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JRS intercultural calendar 2016

The 2016 JRS Ireland Intercultural & Interfaith Calendar is now on sale. It is an important resource for teachers and anyone wishing to celebrate or raise awareness of diversity in Ireland.

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Assessing the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement has been hailed as a huge step forward in caring for the earth. Catherine Devitt, environmental justice officer with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, casts a cold eye on it.

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The big sleep-out

Belvedere students are gearing up for their annual Sleep-Out and Fast to raise money to tackle homelessness. They'll be on Dublin's city centre streets from Tuesday 22 Dec until Christmas eve.

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New Child Safeguarding Manager

Saoirse Fox has been appointed Child Safeguarding Manager and Designated Liaison Person with the Jesuits in Ireland.

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Liam Lawton in fine voice

The ever popular religious singer songwriter Fr Liam Lawton drew a large crowd for his recent concert in the Jesuit church of St Ignatius in Galway. The event was co-hosted by Messenger Publications and the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture, Galway.

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Looking back, looking forward

The homelessness crisis here and the migrant crisis in Europe – two of the issues Tom Layden SJ, Irish Jesuit Provincial, addresses in a review of the year with Pat Coyle.

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Reflections on Luke

Donal Neary SJ's latest book is Gospel Reflections on Luke, the evangelist whose gospel is now being read at mass this new Church year.

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Studies on the Jesuits and the Arts

This winter's Studies is a special issue dedicated to the Jesuits and the arts, including essays relating to last year's commemorative exhibition in the National Gallery.

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Two great tasks of our time

Jesuits and colleagues ask how they can respond more effectively to the challenges of global justice issues.

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