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Mercy abounds at ‘Retreats Ireland’

Piaras Jackson SJ and Brendan Comerford SJ of the Manresa Jesuit Centre of Spirituality unexpectedly gave the keynote addresses at the annual Retreats Ireland gathering in Dromantine, Co. Down, Jan 17-18, on behalf of Michael Paul Gallagher.

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Irish Jesuit addresses Ukrainian crisis

Edmond Grace SJ, Director of the PeopleTalk Democracy Project and former MEP Pat Cox addressed the Veritas in Caritate Social Academy in Ukraine recently on the crisis the country is facing. They have been invited back.

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Tertians begin experiment

Ten European Jesuits, currently in their final year of formation in the Tertianship house in Manresa, Dublin, are about to go on 'experiment', a period of active mission work, usually in the fields of justice and faith. Among the places to which this year's Tertians are going are Russia and Lebanon.

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Refurbished Belvedere House to hold art exhibition

The opening of the recently refurbished Belvedere House will be marked by a public exhibition on Friday 30 January. It will showcase the work of such past pupils as Harry Clarke, Patrick Campbell, Sam Stephenson, and Michael Scott.

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Jesuits in Lahore

Brian O'Leary SJ was invited to Pakistan to lecture on aspects of Ignatian spirituality. He found a small but vibrant group of Jesuits as well as many other dedicated religious. The political climate, however, was daunting. He reports.

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Exploring Jesuit Humanism

Conscience, competence, compassion and commitment, not solely as conventionally understood, are the key characteristics of a Jesuit humanism for today, according to Jesuit educationalist Dr David Tuohy SJ.

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JRS Intercultural and Interfaith calendar 2015

Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland's 2015 Intercultural & Interfaith Calendar is now on sale. It's designed for anyone wishing to celebrate and raise awareness of diversity in Ireland. Proceeds go towards JRS projects in Ireland.

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