Records of the english province of the society of jesus
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Jesuits in Britain Archives
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Despite these setbacks, the Jesuit mission recovered itself and went from strength to strength, and numbers of missionaries working in England increased exponentially in the s. The arrival in England of William Weston c. Centres were also established abroad away from English legislative clutches, to allow for the education and continued growth of the English Catholic community, as well as to allow the secure administration of the flourishing English mission. The Society had assumed control of the English College in Rome in , and was also responsible for the administration of the English College at Valladolid from , confirmed by papal bull in , and similarly the English College at Seville, which the Society managed from , confirmed in Jesuit recorders of history and historiography in England therefore had to tread very carefully, and utilize tools such as secret printing presses, trusted booksellers and a network of clandestine Catholic men and women willing to risk imprisonment and worse in order to ensure the distribution of appropriate reading material. Similarly, the interaction of English missioner Jesuits with the burgeoning new print industry had a reciprocal effect on the historiography of the Society: as the Society continued to expand its missionary network globally, greater numbers of Jesuits had a need for, and required access to their own historiography.
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The purpose of the Jesuit in Britain Archives is to collect, preserve and make available records concerning the Jesuits in Britain. The collection contains papers relating to the administration of the British Province by the Provincial Curia as well as personal papers and correspondence of deceased members of the Province. It includes records of Jesuit communities, of Province works, and material relating to the overseas missionary work of the Province. The archives exist in a wide variety of formats: paper records; photographs; microfilm; film; tape recordings and digitally born records. Jesuits in Britain Archives is always keen to receive material of significance for its purposes. If you think you may have such material, and are interested in depositing it in the collection, the Archivist would be delighted to discuss the matter with you.