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‘High art from low life’

Brendan Staunton SJ is a psychotherapist with a unique take on the 'Beyond Caravaggio' art exhibition now running in the National Gallery of Ireland

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‘Silence’ – an amazing film

Scorsese's latest film 'Silence' may be set in 17th century Japan but it resonates with modern day issues like the torture of prisoners and the persecution of Christians.

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Religious broadcasting thriving

Soulwaves Radio, co-founded by the Jesuits, has had a successful year syndicating interviews that aired on radio stations around the country.

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Review of Spotlight

Best Oscar this year went to 'Spotlight', the story of the Boston Globe's investigation into child sex-abuse in the Church in Boston. Brendan Staunton SJ reviews it here.

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Brendan Staunton SJ

Brendan Staunton was ordained in 1976. He is now Chaplain in the Pro-Cathedral. Before that he was Chaplain in St Vincent’s Private Hospital. So the pastoral field is now his care and concern after seasons and times teaching in Belvedere and Gonzaga and in the School of Psychotherapy in St Vincent’s Hospital, from which he also graduated with an MSc ...

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