‘Soundings and Signposts:
what did the Reformation ever do for us?’
Friday 6 Oct to Sunday 8 Oct 2017
500 years on – and guiding our reflection on the continuing impact of the Reformation for our shared ecumenical and Ignatian pilgrimage, our presenters for this conference will be:
Martin Luther and Ignatius of Loyola – a Personal Encounter
Elspeth Strachan – who works in spiritual direction. She comes from a very eclectic Christian background and has degrees in theology and history from Edinburgh University. Elspeth will lead sessions on ‘ Martin Luther and Ignatius of Loyola – a Personal Encounter
Self and Sensibility: Spiritual Legacies of the Reformation
Tim Duffy – currently a freelance writer with a long-standing interest in the impact of the Reformation within the Scottish context. Tim’s theme will introduce us to: Self and Sensibility: Spiritual Legacies of the Reformation
Spiritual Legacies of the Reformation – The Continuing Work of the Spirit
Gero McLoughlin SJ – the Promotor of Ignatian Spirituality in the Jesuit Province of Great Britain and representative of the Society of Jesus on the Epiphany Group’s Core. Gero’s input will orient us to the post Reformation present day and The Continuing Work of the Spirit
Costs: £170 per person – Full Board, Single en-suite rooms; opportunities for times of prayer; social time, with refreshments; and all Input Sessions.
A limited number of non-residential places are available: £100 per person – lunch/dinner, input sessions, times of prayer, times to socialise.