2009

‘Studies’ looks at death and dying

RTE's iconic broadcaster Micheal O Muircheartaigh will launch the winter edition the Jesuit Journal Studies which focuses on the theme of ‘Death, Dying and Bereavement’, in association with the Irish Hospice Foundation.

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Jesuits and ‘the joy’

 Prisoners in Mountjoy have today, Tue, Nov 25,'09 put their own hand-made Christmas cards on the market. The proceeds from the sales will go to an orphanage in Calcutta linked with the Jesuits in Gardiner St Church.

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‘Messenger’ in the pink!

For the first time in The Irish Jesuit Messenger's 121 year history, its iconic red cover has been transposed to a flush of pink as The Messenger  magazine‘s way of  supporting Action Breast Cancer Month.

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Irish Jesuit‘s book on Pope’s Theology

Joseph Ratzinger's Theological Ideas: Wise Cautions and Legitimate Hopes, is the title of the new book on on the theology of Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI by Jesuit theologian Jim Corkery.

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Irish prayer website celebrates 10th anniversary

Ash Wednesday Feb 25 ’09 marks the tenth anniversary of Sacred Space, the first online prayer website in the world and developed by the Jesuits in their Communication Centre in Leeson St Dublin.

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‘The Recession and God’-Jesuit’s new book

“The current economic crisis is of such scale that it calls for a real revolution in our society’s priorities, policies and structures”, says theologian, Gerry O’Hanlon SJ, in The Recession and God: Reading the Signs of the Times.

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‘Voices of Hope’ in Coláiste Iognaid

Michael D Higgins, Padraig Lenihan and Padraig O Ceidigh, will be guest speakers at an evening of prayer, reflection and music in these recessionary times, entitled “Glortha Dochais- Voices of Hope".

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Jesuits’ retreat for Ireland’s doctors

A retreat specially designed for doctors will take place at Manresa Jesuit Centre for Spirituality,Clontarf, Dublin 3. The weekend follows on from previous successful retreats in Manresa for other professional groups.

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Jesuit’s challenging book on forgiveness

Myths about forgiving add to the burden of suffering for victims, says, Brian Lennon SJ, in his new book, So You Can’t Forgive …? Moving Towards Freedom, launched by psychologist and broadcaster Marueen Gaffney.

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Jesuits launch unique education project in Ballymun

The Irish Jesuit Province and Dublin City University (DCU) have this Autumn 2006, launched a unique project to enable greater numbers of Ballymun residents enter 3rd level education.

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