Speak up, parents!
If parents want faith-based education for their children, argued David Tuohy SJ recently, they need to understand and articulate the value of religion in their own lives.
A new Coláiste
At long last, Galway's Coláiste Iognáid was able last Tuesday to throw open the doors of its new building. Everyone, including the students, was mightily impressed.
The future of the EU
Holding the EU together is important, John Bruton argues in the spring issue of Studies, but the democratic deficit must be addressed in order to ensure this.
Africa's time to shine
Three Jesuits colleagues recently visited the Eastern African Province to investigate possibilities of teaming up for youth ministries. They were "graced days", writes Noelle Fitzpatrick.
Dare to judge
Speaking out of a deep first-hand knowledge of the Latin dictatorships of the 1970s and 80s, Michael O'Sullivan SJ contextualises the words and deeds of Pope Francis.
Ways of seeking God
Conall Ó Cuinn SJ, rector of the Milltown community, has recently been busy exploring both interfaith issues and the use of film in spiritual direction.