Attila András

Attila András

Attila was born in 1977 in Transylvania. He entered in the Society of Jesus at the age of 19 and, after fourteen years of formation, was ordained on his 33th birthday. Since 2011 he has been at the Jesuit High School and Boarding School in Miskolc, Hungary.

 

Hector Mukwato

Hector Mukwato

Hector was born in Chingola, Zambia. He met the Jesuits and entered the novitiate in Lusaka. He studied philosophy in Harare, theology in Nairobi and pastoral theology in London. Before coming for tertianship he worked as province vocations promoter (Zambia-Malawi), and also assisted at a parish with Masses and youth work whenever in town.

 

George E. Collins

George E. Collins

George is from the New England Province (USA) and entered the Society in August 2000 after a career in the electrical utility industry and in computer software sales. George is a native Bostonian. Since his ordination in June 2010 George did a pastoral year at St Agnes Parish in San Francisco, California while he completed his STL (licence in theology). For the past two years, George has worked at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut as the director of campus ministry.

Adrián Čontofalský

Adrián Čontofalský

Adrian was born in 1980 in Prešov, Slovakia. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1998, and was ordained priest in 2008. After studying philosophy and theology in Bratislava he worked for two years in a pastoral centre in Piešťany with families and children. During this time he spent three months in Taipei, Taiwan, studying Chinese. Later he worked in a university pastoral center in Trnava as a chaplain for youth. During this time he was a webmaster for the Slovak Province website. After that he returned to pastoral work with families in Košice. For the last four years he was a Spiritual Assistant in the Federation of European Scouts (FSE) in Slovakia.

Nick Austin

Nick Austin

Nick was born in Coventry, England. After studying philosophy and teaching at a secondary school, he entered the Society of Jesus in 1996. He worked for two years in Georgetown, Guyana, and completed a Ph.D. in Theological Ethics at Boston College. For the last three years he has been a superior of a Jesuit community in Brixton, London, while teaching Christian Ethics at Heythrop College, University of London.