One of the Jesuits in Britain Archives’ most frequently consulted sources is a publication called Letters and Notices. It is an internal publication, intended for members of the Society, and is currently produced twice a year. This year is the 155th anniversary of the publication of its first volume in 1863.
Monsieur Sam, our new French teacher, insisted on starting our French course by teaching us the Rosary in French....I have long since forgotten nearly all of the French that he taught me. But I have never forgotten his lesson on prayer.