Richard O'Dwyer has been very active in South Sudan.He recounts here his experience with some Dinka tribespeople, particularly Mary, a victim of multiple bouts of typhus and malaria.
James Foley: prayer in prison
James Foley, the US journalist who was brutally murdered in Iraq, wrote movingly of what he owed to Marquette, the Jesuit University which taught him, among other things, the power of prayer.
Fr Browne's polymath partner
John Moore SJ's extraordinary life has seen him enjoy the friendship of Fr Frank Browne, hold a professorship of Botany in UCD, and spend many years as a missionary in Zambia.
Bethany reaches out to Moyross
Moyross has no Bethany Bereavement Support Group, though as a community it has known more than its fair share of grief. Hence the very successful 2-day Bethany workshop in this Limerick district.
Fr Browne's Forgotten War
The famed photographer of the Titanic and Irish man Fr Frank Browne SJ was the subject of a documentary broadcast on RTÉ Television on Wednesday 30 July. It coincided with the launch of the book Fr Browne's War by Edward O'Donnell SJ.
Magis 2014: Walk, work, pray
The Jesuits brought 65 young people from around the world to Ireland this August, where they enriched their faith and worked in justice projects. The event is known as the ‘Magis’ (meaning ‘more’) project.