Current members of the Institute

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Fr Russell Pollitt SJ (born Pretoria 1975; entered the Jesuits 2001; ordained 2006) is the Director of the Jesuit Institute. He holds a B.A. with…
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Fr Anthony Egan SJ has taught, full-time or part-time, at St Augustine College of South Africa, St John Vianney Seminary, Fordham University (on sabbatical) and…
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Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell has worked in the area of Ignatian Spirituality for 19 years and heads up the work of the Jesuit Institute School of…
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Puleng works in Spirituality and researches Ignatian Spirituality in an African context. Her area of speciality is in exploring how African themes and practices of…
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Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya is an independent journalist and former editor of The Mercury, The Witness and Sowetan and a senior journalist at many other mainstream South…
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Francis John Tuson grew up in Johannesburg and was exposed to Ignatian themes from a young age through his family’s involvement with Christian Life Communities…
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Katleho Khang, is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. She graduated from University of Lesotho with a Diploma…
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Ursula van Nierop was born in Germiston. After completing her schooling at the St Thomas Aquinas Convent in Witbank, she obtained a B.Nursing (cum laude)…
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Nonto Thulile Mhlongo was born in 1989 in Mtubatuba (North of KZN) and is the last born of three siblings. She completed her matric in…
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Previous members of the Institute

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Fr Chris Chatteris SJ is a Jesuit priest who is the handyman at the Seminary in Cape Town, combining the tradition of the ‘worker priest’…
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Frances Correia has worked as a spiritual director in the Ignatian tradition for the last 20 years. She is a lay Catholic, married with children.
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Rev. Ricardo da Silva SJ (born in Coimbra, Portugal 1983; entered the Jesuits 2007; ordained deacon 2019) immigrated to Johannesburg, South Africa with his mother…
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Iswamo Kapalu is a young South African of Zambian origin. He holds an LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand and currently works as a…
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Rev. Prof. Peter Knox, SJ, is a Professor of Theology at Hekima University College in Nairobi, Kenya, and serves as Deputy Principal Academic. He previously…
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Thapelo Letsoela was our IT Technician, and was responsible for all our networking and computer needs.
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John Moffatt SJ is a Jesuit priest. He has studied at Oxford, London and Innsbruck. He has worked as a school chaplain at St Ignatius…
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Raymond Perrier was a previous director of South Africa's Jesuit Institute. He was hired away from the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, England's CARITAS agency…
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Rev. Grant Tungay SJ is a lawyer by training, he left a career in law to join the Jesuits. He specialised in human rights law…
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Occasional Correspondents

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Fr Christopher Clohessy is at present a resident faculty member of PISAI, lecturing there in Shīʿī Islamic studies, Qurʾān and Islamic Ethics, and is visiting…
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Fr David Holdcroft SJ has recently completed a six year term as Jesuit Refugee Service Regional Director for Southern Africa. Based in Johannesburg, he was…
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Fr Graham Pugin SJ is an English scholar, national chaplain to Christian Life Communities, parish priest of Holy Trinity Catholic Church and chaplain to the…
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