Manresa House hosted the French and German Novitiates at the beginning of August. The time together was prepared through stages of the Emmaus journey. The participants soon grew into a single community.
The General Curia of the Society of Jesus and other institutions have been developing content in the areas of discernment in common, Ignatian leadership, and apostolic planning, and have made it accessible online.
The Friends of Winckley Square set about researching the lives of women who had lived, worked or influenced the Square in its 200+ years. In October, the exhibition will be displayed in the Baptistry of St Wilfrid’s.