Albert d'Orville Albert Dorville, (also known as Albert Le Comte d’Orville) (12 August 1621, Brussels, Belgium - 8 April 1662, Agra, India) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, Missionary in China and cartographer.
Alphonse Antonio de Sarasa Alphonse Antonio de Sarasa was a Jesuit mathematician who contributed to the understanding of logarithms, particularly as areas under a hyperbola.
André Schott André Schott (in Latin Andreas Schottus; 12 September 1552 – 23 January 1629) was a Jesuit priest of the Duchy of Brabant, academic, linguist, translator and editor.
André Tacquet André Tacquet (23 June 1612 Antwerp – 22 December 1660 Antwerp) was a Flemish mathematician and Jesuit Priest.
Antoine Thomas Antoine Thomas was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary and astronomer in China.
Augustin de Backer Augustin de Backer (18 July 1809, Antwerp, Belgium – 1 December 1873, Liège, Belgium) was a Belgian Jesuit and renowned bibliographer.
Balthasar Cordier Balthasar Cordier was a Belgian Jesuit exegete and editor of patristic works.
Bartholomew Des Bosses Bartholomew Des Bosses was a Jesuit theologian and philosopher, known mainly for his voluminous correspondence with Leibniz.
Brice Meuleman Brice Meuleman, S.J., D.D. (1 March 1862, Ghent, Belgium – 15 July 1924, Marsailles, France), was a Jesuit priest, a missionary in British India, and the second Archbishop of Calcutta (now Kolkata).
Camille Bulcke Camille Bulcke (1 September 1909, Ramskapelle, Belgium -17 August 1982, New Delhi, India), was a Belgian Jesuit missionary in India, who attained pre-eminence in the Hindi language and came to b...
Charles de Noyelle Very Rev. Charles de Noyelle, S.J. (28 July 1615 - 12 December 1686) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, elected the 12th Superior General of the Society of Jesus.
Charles De Smedt Charles De Smedt (6 April 1833, Ghent, Belgium – 4 March 1911, Brussels) was a Belgian Jesuit priest and hagiographer.
Charles Malapert Charles Malapert (1581–1630) was a Belgian Jesuit writer, astronomer and proponent of Aristotelian cosmology.
Constant Lievens Constant Lievens (11 April 1856 - 7 November 1893) was a Flemish Jesuit priest, missionary among the tribal peoples of India.
Cornelius a Lapide Cornelius Cornelii a Lapide (né Cornelis Cornelissen van den Steen; 18 December 1567 – 12 March 1637) was a Flemish Jesuit and exegete.
Daniel Papebroch Daniel Papebroch, S.J., was a Flemish Jesuit hagiographer, one of the Bollandists.
Daniel Seghers Daniel Seghers (3 December 1590 – 2 November 1661) was a Jesuit brother and Flemish Baroque painter who specialized in flower still lifes, and is particularly well known for his contributions to...
Edouard Hambye Édouard René Hambye, born the 3 July 1916 in Mons, and dead the 7 September 1990 in Namur was a Belgian Jesuit missionary priest in the Indian subcontinent.
Edouard René Hambye Édouard René Hambye (3 July 1916 – 7 September 1990), was a Belgian Jesuit missionary priest in the Indian subcontinent, and a leading scholar on the history of Indian churches.
Edward Génicot Edward Génicot, born at Antwerp, 18 June 1856, and died at Leuven, 21 February 1900, was a Belgian Jesuit priest and moral theologian.
Eugene Lafont Eugène Lafont was a Belgian Jesuit, Missionary in Bengal, scientist and founder of the first Scientific Society in India.
Eugène Lafont Eugène Lafont, S.J. (26 March 1837, Mons, Hainaut, Belgium - 10 May 1908, Darjeeling, British Raj), was a Belgian Jesuit priest, who became a missionary in India, where he became a noted scienti...
Everard Mercurian Very Rev. Everard Mercurian, S.J. (1514 – 1 August 1580) was the fourth Superior General of the Society of Jesus.
Ferdinand Perier Ferdinand Perier, S.J., D.D. (22 September 1875, Antwerp, Belgium – 10 November 1968, Calcutta, India), was a Jesuit priest, a missionary in British India, and the third Archbishop of Calcutta (...
Ferdinand Verbiest Father Ferdinand Verbiest (9 October 1623 – 28 January 1688) was a Flemish Jesuit missionary in China during the Qing dynasty.
Francis Coster Francis Coster (or Frans de Costere), born on 16 June 1532 (1531) at Mechlin (Duchy of Brabant) and died the 16 December 1619 at Brussels, was a Brabantian Jesuit, theologian and author.
François Baert François Baert (25 August 1651 – 27 October 1719) was a Belgian Jesuit hagiographer, one of the Bollandists.
François d'Aguilon François d'Aguilon (also d'Aguillon or in Latin Franciscus Aguilonius) (4 January 1567 – 20 March 1617) was a Belgian Jesuit mathematician, physicist and architect.
Godfrey Henschen Godfrey Henschen, (21 June 1601 – 11 September 1681) was a Belgian Jesuit hagiographer, one of the first Bollandists.
Grégoire de Saint-Vincent Grégoire de Saint-Vincent (22 March 1584 Bruges – 5 June 1667 Ghent) was a Flemish Jesuit and mathematician.
Henri Depelchin Henri Joseph Depelchin, S.J. (also Henry Depelchin) (24 January 1822, Russignies, East Flanders, Netherlands – 26 May 1900, Calcutta, District of West Bengal, British India), was a B...
Henri Lammens Henri Lammens (1862-1937) was a prominent Belgian-born Jesuit and Orientalist.
Heribert Rosweyde Heribert Rosweyde (2 January 1569, Utrecht – 5 October 1629, Antwerp) was a Jesuit hagiographer.
Hippolyte Delehaye Hippolyte Delehaye (Antwerp 19 August 1859 – Brussels 1 April 1941) was a Belgian Jesuit who was a hagiographic scholar and an outstanding member of the Bollandists, who established critical edi...
Ignatius Carbonnelle Ignatius Carbonnelle was a Jesuit, mathematician and the founder of the Scientific Society of Brussels.
Jean-Charles della Faille Jean-Charles della Faille (or Jan-Karel della Faille), born in Antwerp (Belgium), 1 March 1597 and died in Barcelona (Spain), 4 November 1652, was a Jesuit priest from Brabant, and mathema...
John Berchmans Saint John Berchmans (Jan Berchmans) (13 March 1599 – 13 August 1621) was a Jesuit scholastic and is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church.
Joseph Maréchal Joseph Maréchal (1 July 1878 – 11 December 1944) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, philosopher and psychologist at the Higher Institute of Philosophy of the University of Leuven who founded a s...
Leonardus Lessius Leonardus Lessius (Lenaert Leys; 1 October 1554, Brecht – 15 January 1623, Leuven) was a Flemish moral theologian from the Jesuit order.
Louis Lambillotte Louis Lambillotte (born Lahamaide, (Hainaut, Belgium), 27 March 1796; died Paris, 27 February 1855) was a Belgian Jesuit, composer and palaeographer of Church music, associated with the restorat...
Luc Alfons de Hovre Bishop Luc Alfons de Hovre, S.J., was Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Mechelen-Brussel (Malines-Brussels) and Titular Bishop of Domnach Sechnaill.
Martin Becanus Martin Becanus (Becan) (6 January 1563–24 January 1624) was a Flemish Jesuit theologian.
Oscar Sevrin Oscar Sevrin (22 November 1884–30 April 1975) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary in India and successively bishop of Ranchi (Jharkhand) and Raigarh-Ambikapur (Chhattisgarh).
Paul Goethals Paul-François-Marie Goethals, S.J. (11 November 1832, Kortrijk, Belgium — 4 July 1901, Calcutta, India), was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary in British India and the first Archbishop of Calcutta.
Peter Jan Beckx Very Rev. Peter Jan Beckx, S.J. (also Pieter Jan Beckx, in French Pierre Jean Beckx; Zichem, 8 February 1795 – Rome, 4 March 1887) was a Belgian Jesuit, elected 22nd Superior-General of ...
Peter Joseph Arnoudt Peter Joseph Arnoudt (or Aernoudt, Arnold) (born at Moere, Belgium, 17 May 1811; died at Cincinnati, 29 July 1865) was a Belgian Jesuit writer on devotional subjects.
Peter van der Bosch Peter van der Bosch (19 October 1686, Brussels—14 November 1736) was a Bollandist (Jesuit hagiographer).
Philippe Alegambe Philippe Alegambe (22 January 1592, Brussels, Belgium - 6 September 1652, Rome, Italy) was a Belgian Jesuit priest and bibliographer.
Philippe Couplet Philippe Couplet, also Philip Couplet or Philippus Couplet (1623 – 1693) (Chinese name:柏應理), was a Belgian Jesuit Father who was active in China in the 17th century.
Philippe Pierson Philippe Pierson (born at Ath, Hainaut, 4 January 1642; died at Lorette, Quebec, 1688) was a Belgian Jesuit missionary in North America.
Pierre Fallon Pierre Fallon (24 September 1912, Namur, Belgium - 20 September 1985, Calcutta, India) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary in India, Professor of French literature at the University of Calcutta.
Pierre Johanns Pierre Johanns (1 April 1882, Heinerscheid, Luxembourg - 8 February 1955, Arlon, Belgium) was a Luxemburger Jesuit priest, missionary in India and Indologist.
Pierre Scheuer Pierre Scheuer, born the 9 November 1872 at Schaerbeek (Bruxelles) and died the 6 February 1957 at Louvain (Belgium) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, metaphysician and mystic.
Pierre-Jean De Smet Pierre-Jean De Smet (30 January 1801 – 23 May 1873), also known as Pieter-Jan De Smet, was a Belgian Roman Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), active in missionar...
Pieter Huyssens Pieter Huyssens (22 February 1577, Bruges – 6 June 1637, Bruges) was a Flemish Jesuit brother and Baroque architect.
Richard De Smet Richard De Smet was a Jesuit Indologist and missionary to India.
Robert Antoine Robert Antoine (1914 in Belgium – 1981) was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary in India.
Roger Lenaers Roger Charles Lenaers entered the Society of Jesus in 1942 and followed the regular courses at the Jesuit School of Philosophy and Theology and classical languages at a university.
Théodore Moret Théodore Moret, also known as Moretus (Antwerp 1602 – Breslau 1667) was a Belgian mathematician and Jesuit.
Victor de Buck Victor de Buck (21 April 1817, Oudenaarde, Flanders – 28 June 1876) was a Jesuit theologian and Bollandist hagiographer.
William Stanyhurst William Stanyhurst (1602 – 1663) was a Belgian Jesuit of Irish parentage.
Édouard Hambye Édouard René Hambye (3 July 1916 – 7 September 1990), was a Belgian Jesuit missionary priest in the Indian subcontinent, and a leading scholar on the history of Indian churches.