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Caring for our common home

Caring for the environment shouldn’t belong to any side, left or right. It is a task that 'belongs to everyone', according to Eamon Ryan TD.

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How much freedom of speech?

The Summer 2016 issue of Studies confronts the hard questions about the rights and limits to freedom of speech raised by the 'Charlie Hebdo' attack on 7 January 2015.

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A message of joy

Bishop Denis Nulty (pictured) and Peter McVerry SJ were the keynote speakers at the “Messenger Day of Joy”, for promoters, readers and friends of 'The Sacred Heart Messenger'.

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Pioneering spirit in Africa

As Director of the Pioneer Association in Zambia, Charlie Searson SJ has helped to devise a government policy to meet chronic alcohol abuse. Sadly this policy is now under attack from vested interests

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‘Sacred heart devotion is apostolic’

Brendan McManus SJ drew on themes from the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius to explain devotion to the Sacred Heart in contemporary terms, during the Gardiner St Novena.

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Serving need not creed

Michael Zammit SJ recently met the Jesuit Refugee staff who cook meals for eight thousand people every day, in Aleppo, Syria.

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Farewell with gratitude to LRA

After over seventy successful years offering retreats to lay people, the LRA is to discontinue its ministry due to the ageing profile of its officers, all of whom were volunteers.

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Increase in MA applicants for SpIRE

SpIRE has accepted an increased number of students for its MA programme in Applied Spirituality beginning in August in Milltown Park.

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