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.