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Jesuits and the influenza, 1918-19

Jesuits and their schools were not immune to the ravages of the influenza outbreak which killed 100 million people just after World War I

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The best laid plans…

Storm Ali put paid to some of the work laid on for eight Jesuit novices on a return visit to Ireland

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‘He was a good man’

Staff and students of Gonzaga, along with Jesuits, family and friends, said a fond farewell to Joe Brennan SJ at his funeral Mass in the Church of the Holy Name

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A Jesuit ‘man of the people’

The first ever children’s book about Fr Willie Doyle SJ, has just been published. It's available in English and Irish

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Countdown to Belvo SleepOut17

Listen to the students of Belvedere College SJ talking about their face to face meetings with the individuals behind the homeless statistics

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JCFJ address Oireachtas Justice Committee

Irish prisoners are locked up for on average 17 hours a per day and their routine hasn't changed in 3o years, Eoin Carroll tells Justice Committee

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Symbols and theology of the Book of Kells

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin hosted a workshop for teachers on the theology of the Book of Kells, the most visited book in the world

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Kevin Barry revisited

Former IRA bomber Shane Paul O'Doherty found echoes of Kevin Barry's life in his own, and wrote a play about the 'Belvedere Boy'

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Jesuits back for The Ploughing

Jesuits and colleagues will again have a significant presence at the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co.Offaly from September 20th-22nd.

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