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Pope’s visit to Ireland confirmed

Pope Francis wants more than a "once off celebrity concert buzz" for his visit to Ireland, says Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon

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Mary McAleese and the Jesuit theologian

Mary McAleese quoted Gerry O'Hanlon SJ in her critical speech on how women are treated in the Catholic church. The Irish Jesuit theologian explains why

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‘Can we talk about Jesus?’

Jesuit school principals from all over Europe met to discuss the challenges and opportunities for Jesuit schools in a multi-faith world

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The ‘scandalous’ love of God

'Hope is being loved' was the title of the talk given by Pat Coyle at the annual Novena of Hope in the Graan Passionist Monastery, Enniskillen

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The science of spirituality

Michael O'Sullivan of SpIRE explains how spirituality has unhelpfully been understood as belonging exclusively to the domain of the private and detached

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Lent, the bible and the housing crisis

Kevin Hargaden, social justice theologian with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has written a lenten retreat with a difference, in order to make a difference

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And the verdict is…

RTE's Sean O'Rourke interviewed a panel of students who'd read 'Dipping into Lent', a book by DIT chaplain Alan Hilliard, published by the Jesuit Messenger Publications

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The Jesuit mission in Myanmar

Mark Raper SJ says it's a blessing to be a Jesuit on mission in Myanmar at this critical time of both hope and persecution

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‘He was a good man’

Staff and students of Gonzaga, along with Jesuits, family and friends, said a fond farewell to Joe Brennan SJ at his funeral Mass in the Church of the Holy Name

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