We pick up the story in Manresa, near Barcelona, where Iñigo, having given up a life of high society and being a scoundrel, is now enthusiastically seeking to become a soldier for God. To that end, he embarks on a year of poverty and self analysis, in atonement for his past life.
This comic strip features in the latest edition of Jesuits & Friends which you can read online here.
Jesuit Refugee Service UK calls for safe routes to sanctuary and a more human approach to asylum.
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