A seven-day pilgrimage into the heart of Ignatius Loyola under the spiritual leadership of Frs. Thomas A. Kane, CSP and Julio Giulietti, SJ
You are invited to join Frs. Julio Giulietti, sj and Thomas A. Kane, csp on a seven day ignatian pilgrimage into the heart of St. Ignatius Loyola in Rome. We invite our pilgrims to engage fully in the Spiritual Exercises to deepen their relationship with Christ. Retreat conferences will focus on the spirituality of St. Ignatius and Jesuit history.
This will be a small group experience, land only. Full details available from Paulist website link below.
The passing of Diana Klein is remembered by many within the Landings family. Diana was known for, and much respected for her work as a catechist, a photographer, a writer, editor, and lecturer. Diana was also involved with Landings when it was based at Ealing Abbey. So, it is with great sadness that we pay our respects to Diana for the love, passion and commitment she showed through her faith and to the many people whose lives she touched through her work in the Westminster Diocese.
On Friday 14th at 6.30 pm we will be holding a It’s Good To Talk session tying it in with the current Synodal Process. If you would like to engage in a sharing of your thoughts and views about the Church and your faith then please email Ruby at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited.
It is with the greatest sadness that we share news about the demise of Fr. James Leachman who died on 29th August 2021. Fr. James was a monk and priest and based at Ealing Abbey.
Among the many things that Fr. James put his hand to, he was co founder of Benedictine Institute, co founder of Institutum Liturgicum, co editor of Liturgicum aestimare: Appreciating the Liturgy, co director of Appreciating the Liturgy and a lecturer.
Fr. James was also Director of Landings from 2000-2014 and helped establish it at its base in Ealing Abbey. Fr. Dominic Robinson SJ, present Director of Landings UK said “It was really sad to hear of Fr James’ passing. James was an inspiration to so many and not least through his gentle and wise leadership of Landings from 2000 to 2014. All James’ hard work as part of the team that brought Landings to the UK and developed its ethos sowed the seeds for the work we are trying to do today, to be ready to listen to and welcome back returners. May James rest in peace and be assured of the prayers of the Landings UK family for the repose of his soul and for his many friends, his family and confrères whom he leaves behind”.
If anyone would like to attend Fr. James’ funeral, in person on 9th September at Ealing Abbey, then please check this link for details https://jamesleachman.com/rip/