10th Heritage Conference
10th HERITAGE CONFERENCE OF CENTRE D'ESTUDIS DEL BAGES: 'PRESERVING THE IGNATIAN HERITAGE'.
During the eleven months that Ignatius of Loyola spent in Manresa from March 1522 until February 1523, he dedicated his life to prayer, meditation and penance in many places, such as La Seu, the hospital of Santa Llucia or the convent of Els Predicadors.
Since then, the capital of Bages and its spaces and landscapes have been essential references to the Ignatian universe. Moreover, the city is full of places related to the pilgrim's experiences who would end up founding the Society of Jesus.
The 10th Heritage Conference aims to analyse, with the participation of some of the leading experts of the Ignatian world, the Ignatian heritage of Manresa and reflect on the uses and functions beyond the commemoration of the five hundredth anniversary of the arrival of the pilgrim from Loyola,
Friday 6th May 2022
Espai Plana de l'Om Assembly Hall
At 7 pm.
Round table debate: Ignatian heritage in Manresa. What's after 2022?
Albert Tulleuda Lari, executive director of Manresa 2022
Pep Garcia Orri, cultural manager
Francesc Riera Figueras, Jesuit
Mireia Vila Cortina, historian
Moderator: Gonçal Mazcuñan Boix, journalist
Saturday 7th May 2022
At Espai 1522 (Plaça Sant Domenec)
From 9 am to 1 pm.
Papers on the Ignatian heritage
Ignatian heritage as a resource, by Josep Huguet Biosca.
The rediscovery of the church of Sant Ignasi college. Results of the 2016 archaeological intervention by Adrià Cubo Córdoba.
Recovering the Ignatian spirit in the ante-cave and the cave, by Anton Baraut Guilà, Guillem Baraut Bové and Ramon Oms Pons.
The old college of Sant Ignasi and the chapel of the Rapture Manresa. The scars of a historical landscape, by Jordi Morros Cardona.
Saturday 21st May 2022
From 10 am to 1 pm.
Guided tour to different points of Manresa's Ignatian heritage.
All activities are free of charge but with limited capacity.
Prior registration is required at email@example.com
Organised by: Centre d'Estudis del Bages
Supported by: Institut Ramon Muntaner
In collaboration with Manresa 2022 and Manresa City CouncilBook your ticket