St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre
Set in the rolling hills of North Wales, with views of the sea and Snowdonia, St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre in St Asaph provides the perfect environment for people seeking the space to reflect on the presence of God in their lives and in the world. St Beuno’s dates back to 1848, having being built originally as a place of study for Jesuits. Its architect was Joseph Aloysius Hansom (of Hansom Cab fame). The fine stone buildings give a grand impression over the Welsh countryside, while broad corridors and simple but comfortable facilities provide people with a prayerful environment in which to undertake retreats and programmes inspired by Ignatian spirituality.
Try the Examen below created by St Beuno's for their Youtube channel