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Provincial asks for prayers for GC36

Irish Jesuit Provincial, Tom Layden, talks about the preparations made and the prayers needed for the Jesuit Order’s thirty-sixth General Congregation which will be held in Rome in October 2016.

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Belvedere College SJ commemorates 1916

RTÉ's Joe Duffy was one of many who took part in Belvedere College SJ's 'Strong hearts stir', a commemoration of the 1916 Rising, on 29 and 30 April.

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Gonzaga’s links to the Rising

Gonzaga College SJ launched an exhibition about the links between present and past pupils of the College and the events of 1916 at home and abroad on Monday, April 18, 2016.

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Belvedere 1916 exhibition

Belvedere College is hosting an exhibition ‘Strong Hearts Stir‘ and a schedule of events to mark the centenary commemoration of the 1916 Rising on Friday, 29th April and Saturday 30th April at Belvedere House, 6 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1. The exhibition Belvedere in 1916, will show what life was like in the school 100 years ago and will feature projects by ...

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Jesuits and the 1916 Rising

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.

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Studies commemorates 1916

The Spring 2016 issue of 'Studies' contains many articles which probe the values and significance of the 1916 Rising.

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Joseph Mallin SJ receives freedom of the city

Fr Joseph Mallin SJ (102), last surviving child of an executed leader of the 1916 Rising, has received the freedom of the city of Dublin at a ceremony in Hong Kong.

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1916: Remembering the Rising

A number of Jesuit responses to this year's commemoration of the 1916 Rising have emerged in recent days, most notably Seamus Murphy SJ's critical view in the Irish Times.

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‘From Easter Week to Flanders Field’

John Delaney SJ walked the streets of Dublin during Easter Week 1916 and served as a chaplain in WWI. His story is told in Jesuit historian Thomas Morrissey's latest book.

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