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Studies on Heaney and Behan

Two giants of modern Irish literature – Seamus Heaney and Brendan Behan – are remembered in the leading articles of the Spring 2015 issue of Studies. And the two of them could hardly have been more different.

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Schools across the divide

Since 1979 Clongowes has steadily developed its friendship with the Royal School, Portora, Enniskillen, the old school of Fr John Sullivan SJ. The friendship has grown through many generations of schoolboys.

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Exploring the legacy of Saint John Ogilvie

Brian Mac Cuarta SJ contributes to Glasgow conference marking the 400th anniversary of the martyrdom of John Ogilvie SJ - Scotland's only post reformation saint.

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Br Martin Murphy SJ: may he rest in peace

Death has finally got the better of Martin Murphy, a strong and distinctive presence in the Irish Jesuits, a model for anyone who with God’s help has to fight sickness.

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Céard atá ag tarlú sa Róimh?

The Spring issue of Irish-language magazine 'Timire' looks at the theme of 'service' from various angles: church leadership as service, scientific research as service, and the many services women have given to the Church.

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In the shadow of the Pope

Gerry Whelan SJ paid a flying visit from Rome to his Alma Mater, Gonzaga College. He was interviewed there by RTE's Caroline Murphy about his life and work, particularly during the first two years of Pope Francis.

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