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Running as a spiritual experience

Patrick Muldoon is a marathon runner who experiences running as a life enhancing time of prayer and gratitude which nourishes his faith

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A Jesuit ‘man of the people’

The first ever children’s book about Fr Willie Doyle SJ, has just been published. It's available in English and Irish

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Making space for God

BILL TONER : : For those who, in their praying, long for some kind of union with God, it is hard to give up the hope that some day God will speak to them or communicate with them in their prayers.

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Milestone for the Loyola Institute

Dr Mary Stefanazzi was one of the first students to graduate this year from the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin

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Behind the scenes at the beatification

The highlight of the year for Jesuits and friends was the beatification of Fr John Sullivan SJ. A video of what went on behind the scenes on that special day is now online

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Countdown to Belvo SleepOut17

Listen to the students of Belvedere College SJ talking about their face to face meetings with the individuals behind the homeless statistics

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The coming of Christ the ‘rebel’

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: Songwriter Jackson Brown saw Jesus as a rebel and wondered how our celebrations of Christmas today would sit with the man whose anger cleared the temple of the moneychangers

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The not-so-green emerald isle

On a recent visit to Ireland, environmental scientist Pedro Walpole SJ spoke in graphic terms about the destruction of our planet

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Priests pulling no punches

Brian Lennon SJ and Church of Ireland Rector Tim Kinahan have just launched their jointly-written book, 'Does Christ Matter? A Dialogue Between and Anglican and a Jesuit'

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