Holy Thursday

A reflection on Evie Hone's Last Supper window in Manresa by Aileen Murphy RLR. Allow twenty minutes or so to reflect on the meaning the Last Supper holds for you this year.

Lectio Divina

Lectio divina (literally 'Holy Reading') is sometimes referred to as the 'Benedictine method of prayer'. It was actually practised by praying Christians long before Saint Benedict (c.480-c.550) came on the scene. However, by the Middle Ages, lectio divina was 'sorted' into a tidy scheme, a scheme which is practised to this day. The scheme was devised by a famous Cistercian monk named Guigo II, Prior of the Grande Chartreuse, France, around 1180, in his classic work, The Ladder of Monks.

Update on Coronavirus (COVID–19)

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), all programmes until Sunday 19 April 2020 are cancelled or postponed.

Participants will be contacted.

Manresa may be able to remain open for limited use by individuals and small groups. Manresa and any intending visitors will naturally follow the guidelines and expectations published by public bodies in relation to Coronavirus (COVID–19).