A straw poll at today's meeting of Young Adults indicates the next meeting might be held on Saturday 22nd October, weather permitting involving a hike up to the highest point in Cheshire: Shining Tor, with a visit to a tiny shrine to St Joseph. Please check this blog for confirmation and details closer to the time, and contact us here if you would like to take part.
Below are photos from today's Young Adult's Group, including a talk by Fr de Malleray, FSSP on "What do we mean by 'God is here'? We will consider the gradation of the modes of presence of God: in the world, in His people, in Holy Scripture, in our souls and in the Holy Eucharist."
Below a gallery of photos from the tentatively planned trek for next month, beginning at Errwood Reservoir, past the ruins of Errwood Hall, along Foxlow Edge, stopping a little shrine devoted to St Joseph, up to Pym's Chair, Cat's Tor and Shining Tor (559m), then back down through the woods along the stream to pray at the Grimshaw family cemetery before returning to the reservoir.