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Creating a climate of inclusivity

Donal Godfrey SJ has been honoured by the San Fransisco university (USF) for his "extraordinary service to the university and the community at large"

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Pilgrimage and the ‘compass of the heart’

The newly revamped Altóir Cholmcille is at the heart of the Galway Jesuit Centre of Spirituality Culture’s pilgrimage to Inis Mór on Friday 9th June, the feast of St Colmcille

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Special Olympics – a different way to win

Fundraising for the Special Olympics is in full swing this week and JCJF social justice theologian Kevin Hargaden says it's an antidote to the capitalist mentality

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Making the most of the media

A media training day for Jesuit colleagues covered the essential aspects of old and new media for presenting one's mission and message to the broader world.

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Fr John Sullivan and the Church of Ireland

Church of Ireland Archbishop Michael Jackson gave the post-communion reflection at the Annual Mass in thanksgiving for the life of Venerable John Sullivan SJ, in Gardiner St Church.

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You can ‘beat the real thing’

KEVIN HARGADEN: : A close look at the recent controversial cola ad featuring Kendall Jenner show us just how capitalism works cleverly to make us buy more.

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In the shadow of the cross

Clongowes Wood College held a moving Tenebrae Service on Sunday, marking the events of Christ passion and death

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