Breadcrumb ‹ About Home › About › Manresa Campus Sidebar Secondary Navigation History of Manresa The Society of Jesus + - Manresa Campus Evie Hone at Manresa The Pedro Arrupe Chapel Manresa's Labyrinth Accessibility Local Surroundings European Tertianship Sustainability Manresa Campus These pages offer information about Manresa's history and facilities. You will find some answers to frequently asked questions here. Let us know if there is any further information you think will be of help. In Manresa Manresa House Manresa House - formerly Baymount Castle - is a 19th-century structure which is home to the Jesuit community. Retreat House The purpose-built retreat house includes the Arrupe Chapel, Evie Hone Prayer Room, Montserrat Conference Room and accommodates people on retreat. European Tertianship Cardoner House, located on the site of the former novitiate, is home to the European English-speaking Tertianship. Manresa's Labyrinth An outdoor eleven-circuit mown labyrinth lies in Manresa's meadow.