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.
Leading the way in 'Action research'
David Coghlan SJ, a leading expert on 'action research' and co-editor of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research, just published, explains how this area of research can benefit practical projects.
Sacred Space joint initiative
Paul Campbell of Loyola Press has become the new Director of Sacred Space, as the Chicago Jesuit company comes together with the Irish Jesuits to develop this joint apostolate.
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.
Languishing in Limbo
The Jesuit Refugee Service welcomes the Government’s decision to establish a working group to review the operation of the “direct provision” system, in the light of its evident failures.
Studies on Irish identities
The summer issue of Studies, the Irish Jesuit journal, examines issues relating to mixed communities as they are raised in a changing Ireland.