The Holy Name Church in Manchester, serving the Manchester Universities’ Catholic chaplaincy, has had a busy week. Alongside welcoming new students, the Holy Name took part in Heritage Open Days – an annual national celebration during which heritage buildings are opened to the public.
The Jesuit Fund for Social Justice is a modest initiative of the Jesuits in Britain, which makes financial resources available to enable individuals and communities to do something about a faith that does justice. The next deadline to apply is 1st October.
The Jesuits at the Holy Name Church in Manchester have recently completed a research project to uncover memories and stories from the church’s parish past, thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Lottery fund.
On 23rd August St Aloysius’ Junior School, Glasgow launched their new Companions in Action partnership with St Paul’s Primary School in Musami, Zimbabwe. The programme will help develop a learning relationship through classroom activities.
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.