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Reflections on Luke

Donal Neary SJ's latest book is Gospel Reflections on Luke, the evangelist whose gospel is now being read at mass this new Church year.

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Reflections on Luke’s gospel

Donal Neary SJ's latest book is Gospel Reflections on Luke, the evangelist whose gospel is now being read at mass this new Church year. He talks here to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communciations about why he wrote the book.

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‘Make Ireland safe haven for migrants’ says JRS

JRS Ireland has called on the Irish Government to intensify efforts to bring 4,000 persons in need of protection to Ireland and make the country a safe haven for migrants.

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Two great tasks of our time

Jesuits and colleagues ask how they can respond more effectively to the challenges of global justice issues.

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The Jesuits and the arts

American Jesuit John W O’Malley SJ is a renowned historian and author. In this interview with Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications he claims that from the mid-sixteenth century until their suppression, the Jesuits were the most prolific patrons of the arts.

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The Pope’s challenges in Africa

The Pope is in Africa this week and he will visit a parish where two Irish Jesuits worked. John Guiney SJ, was Parish Priest of Kangemi and is just returned from a trip there. Preparations for Pope Francis' visit are in full swing.

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Shane Daly SJ ordained

Shane Daly SJ was ordained a priest in Belvedere College on Sunday 22 November. Presiding at the ordination was Bishop Denis Nulty, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Shane’s home diocese.

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Belvedere students build apps

Belvedere College students Glenn Brannelly and Ralph Moran brought their own app to the Web Summit. 'Hurry App' is designed to improve the functionality of the Apple Watch.

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Thumbs up or down for the Synod?

The jury is out on whether the October Synod on the Family was a success or failure. But in a recent article Brian Grogan SJ argues that no matter what the outcomes, the very event of the synod with its open atmosphere was a massive achievement.

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‘The long learning of love’

The moving homily given by Bruce Bradley SJ at the funeral mass of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, in Milltown Park Chapel on Tuesday 10 November where Jesuits, family and friends gathered to say their final farewells to the much-loved Jesuit, renowned author and academic.

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