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Sharing and remembering for good

Terry Howard SJ has been involved for five years with the 'Ethical and Shared Remembering' project, delivering cross-community education and training in Northern Ireland. The course is coming to Trinity College Dublin.

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‘From Easter Week to Flanders Field’

John Delaney SJ walked the streets of Dublin during Easter Week 1916 and served as a chaplain in WWI. His story is told in Jesuit historian Thomas Morrissey's latest book.

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Jordan Spieth at Jesuit, Dallas

Jordan Spieth, the astonishing 21-year-old who won the US Masters title on Low Sunday, has a strong link with the Jesuits, having attended the Jesuit College in Dallas, Texas.

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‘Passion and Persuasion’

Dr Audrey Nicholls, art curator, takes Pat Coyle on a tour of 'Passion and Persuasion', an exhibition of Jesuit-inspired paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland. The exhibition has been attracting considerable crowds.

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“My brother” – his killer

"My brother": the last two words of Fr Frans van der Lugt SJ, spoken to his killer who shot him twice at point-blank range. Irish Jesuit Missions Office have made a moving video to commemorate this courageous Jesuit.

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Ministering in an LGBT-friendly way

Irish-born Jesuit Fr Donal Godfrey features in an article in the National Catholic Reporter, describing the Most Holy Redeemer parish in San Francisco, which has a long history of ministering to the LGBT community.

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Jesuits and the Arts

"The Society of Jesus was probably the most prolific patron of the arts in the Baroque era". This was the bold claim made by renowned historian John O'Malley SJ during his illustrated talk on 'The Jesuits and the Arts in the Tridentine Era'.

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