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. He talks here to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communciations about why he wrote the book.
American Jesuit John W O’Malley SJ is a renowned historian and author. In this interview with Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications he claims that from the mid-sixteenth century until their suppression, the Jesuits were the most prolific patrons of the arts.
Catholicism is not just about learning theology and doctrine and dogmas, according to Jeff Cavins, internationally renowned Bible teacher and author.
The moving homily given by Bruce Bradley SJ at the funeral mass of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, in Milltown Park Chapel on Tuesday 10 November where Jesuits, family and friends gathered to say their final farewells to the much-loved Jesuit, renowned author and academic.
Jesuits, family and friends of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, gathered in Milltown Park Chapel on Tuesday 10 November to say their final farewells to the much-loved Jesuit, renowned author and academic. Jim Culliton SJ was the main celebrant and Bruce Bradley SJ, gave the homily. The Mass begins with a short tribute to Michael Paul by Jim Culliton SJ.
During November we remember in a special way those who have died. We may ask questions like will I ever meet my dead loved ones again? What will heaven be like? Questions that have preoccupied Jesuit theologian Brian Grogan.
The ‘spirituality of ‘vulnerability’ was one of the key themes of a presentation by Dr Riaan van der Merwe on the life and work of Henri Nouwen, in an event organised by SpIRE.
Why did Pope Francis take to the floor unexpectedly at the Synod on the Family in Rome last Tuesday? Dr Gerry Whelan is a Jesuit in Rome who has the answer.
Niall Leahy SJ is looking for young people from Ireland between the ages of 18 and 35 to join his Magis 2016 team going to World Youth Day (WYD) in Krakow in 2016. It promises to be a great experience.
Four Jesuits experienced some of the fruits of peace-work in Belfast over the years. They did cross-community pastoral work in two parishes, leading Ignatian missions, guided prayer and spiritual direction to parishioners.