How can we use new information technologies to reach out to young people and to tell them about God? This was one of the core areas of inquiry in the meeting of Inygo, the Ignatian network of young adult apostolates, held in Budapest on 5-8 November. Conall Ó Cuinn, Piaras Jackson and John Dardis, Provincial, were the Irish representatives. The other attendants came from a range of European countries, including France, Belgium, Slovakia, and Italy. Music and liturgy during the event was arranged byVlasto Dufka, who has fond memories of his tertianship in Ireland. Piaras’s presentation on Sacred Space was well received, and it fell on John Dardis to identify the guiding principles – the ‘fil rouge’ – which emerged from the discussions and presentations and to sum them up at the end of the event.