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‘Silence’ – an amazing film

Scorsese's latest film 'Silence' may be set in 17th century Japan but it resonates with modern day issues like the torture of prisoners and the persecution of Christians.

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Taking stock of the Paris Agreement

One year on from Paris Agreement on climate change, Environmental Justice Officer Catherine Devitt reviews progress to date

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A man of ‘creative fidelity’

Fr Peter Hans Kolvenbach SJ will be remembered for his firm but creative leadership that saw the Jesuit Order through a difficult period in its recent history, says Gerry O'Hanlon

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A Jesuit and a Roshi

American Jesuit and Zen Buddhist teacher, Robert Kennedy, says Buddhism has enhanced his Jesuit vocation

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Kevin Barry revisited

Former IRA bomber Shane Paul O'Doherty found echoes of Kevin Barry's life in his own, and wrote a play about the 'Belvedere Boy'

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Putting new life into the gospel

A new book of reflections on St Matthew's gospel by Donal Neary SJ, aims to help people find the God of the gospel in their everyday lives.

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Trump – from dismay to discernment

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon SJ was at first dismayed at the election of Donald Trump. His second response was to discern what it might really mean.

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