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‘God, You’re Breaking My Heart’

'God, you're breaking my heart', is a new book by Brian Grogan SJ exploring the problem of evil and suffering and the possibilities of a powerful spiritual response to it.

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‘Why would you join the Jesuits?’

Why would you join the Jesuits?

'Why would you join the Jesuits?', the third phase of the Irish Jesuit digital vocations strategy, went live on Wednesday 20 July.

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Irish Jesuits look to the future

Provincial Tom Layden spoke at length recently about how Jesuits are preparing for the future, particularly with regard to collaborating with other provinces.

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Jesuits experience the joy of Youth 2000

A group of eight Jesuits and co-workers attended the Youth 2000 Summer Festival which attracted over a thousand young people to Roscrea from 7-10 July.

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Magis2016 in full swing

Young people from Ireland are working with children with special needs; on pilgrimage; or learning about Christian-Jewish relations; all at Magis2016.

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Taoiseach lines up for ‘Story of Love’ concert

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny and ambassadors from around the world will get in line on for a photo shoot promoting The Story of Love concert scheduled for Knock in October.

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Cut the carbon emissions

Mary Robinson’s visit to Ethiopia reminds us that we cannot ignore the need for urgent action on climate change here at home, says Catherine Devitt of the JCFJ

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A giant in church-state history

John Courtney Murray SJ is a key figure in any discussion about Church and state in modern times. Gerry Whelan SJ spoke about him at the Loyola Institute's international conference in Trinity College Dublin.

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Jesuit schools – ‘agents of change’

St Declan's Primary School recently joined The Irish Jesuit Mission Office’s Development Education programme, and teacher Jacqueline Barry Duke learnt some valuable lessons in Uganda.

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Jesuits discuss ‘being human today’

Jesuits involved in the intellectual apostolates of the Irish, Dutch, British, and Flanders Provinces met recently to address the theme of 'What it means to be human'.

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