In ancient times pilgrims who made their way to the Holy Land had to wait until they were safely home before they could share their insights with their family and friends. This was a double challenge as travel was arduous and dangerous in both directions.

The modern pilgrims typically come equipped with camera and computer, and their observations are recorded in ways that an ancient pilgrim could not imagine. They are then shared online for instant reception by family, friends, and friends of friends (depending one our security settings!).

During October the College has been privileged to have the Very Revd Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark Cathedral, among us as a Scholar-in-Residence. Andrew has been a great gift to our community, and participants in three successive courses will have benefited from his good humour and his spiritual wisdom by the time he leaves us in mid-November.

Each evening Andrew has been publishing a  blog with his reflections on the day. These have already proved to be a wonderful gift to the community here at the College, and they may also be of interest to our alumni and friends around the world. You may want to check them out, and perhaps subscribe for daily updates.