‘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.
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.
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
Michael Zammit SJ recently met the Jesuit Refugee staff who cook meals for eight thousand people every day, in Aleppo, Syria.
Rev Alan Boal speaks about Pope Francis and mercy in the wake of recent gangland killings on his doorstep.
Lutheran Amanda Berg endorses Pope Francis’ message of mercy offers her own views on mercy and grace.
Dr. Jessie Rogers, a lecturer in Biblical Studies who describes herself as ‘an ecumenical Christian’, welcomes the Pope’s Year of Mercy.
Those involved in promoting vocations need to think differently and understand youth culture today, according to Bernhard Eckerstorfer OSB, an Austrian Benedictine speaking at a recent SpIRE event.
‘Good Riddance or Good Influence? The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society’ is the title of an international conference to be held in June and organised by the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin.
Damien Burke of Irish Jesuit archives has been researching the material in the archives concerning the role of the Jesuits in 1916 and their reaction to the Rising.