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Novices take first vows

'What is it to be a Jesuit?' The question posed and answered by the Irish Jesuit Provincial Tom Layden SJ in his homily at the first vows ceremony for novices from the Inter-Provincial novitiate in Birmingham.

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The global economy is going bust and I’m at peace

If there is an economic meltdown and you lose everything, how can you have inner peace? Tom Casey SJ takes on the big questions of ordinary life in a series of eight talks in Harold's Cross parish church.

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‘Inequality requires radical action’

The crisis is Syria was high on the agenda of a meeting of representatives from European Jesuit academic institutions, social research centres and advocacy groups. Eoin Carroll represented the Irish Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice.

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Child protection procedures audited

The National Board for Child Protection in the Catholic Church, headed by Teresa Devlin, was invited by the Jesuits to audit their child protection procedures. They have just published their report.

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The many lives of Manresa House

Dublin's Culture Night 2015 will feature a lecture on the history and heritage of Manresa House, Dollymount. In its 250 years it has had many owners, but none have occupied it as long as the Jesuits, who acquired it in 1948.

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New administrator at Jesuit Centre of Spirituality in Galway

The Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture in Galway has announced the appointment of Amy Hallett Cusack as administrator of the centre, which has just launched its Autumn/Winter programme of events.

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