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Brief encounters and the eternal city

The new book of Jesuit historian Brian Mac Cuarta is a tale of European travel and conversion to Catholicism, from 16th century Ireland

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Death of eminent historian

Renowned Irish historian and Marist priest Fr Brendan Bradshaw died peacefully yesterday, 10 December, at Cherryfield Nursing Home in Milltown Park

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Archival riches in Rome

Fr Brian Mac Cuarta SJ, Director of the Archives of the central government for the worldwide Society of Jesus, was interviewed recently by Vatican Radio

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A first for Irish language in Rome

For the first time in the Society of Jesus' four hundred and seventy five year history, Irish has been used at a Jesuit General Congregation.

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Exploring the legacy of Saint John Ogilvie

Brian Mac Cuarta SJ contributes to Glasgow conference marking the 400th anniversary of the martyrdom of John Ogilvie SJ - Scotland's only post reformation saint.

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Jesuits help Scorsese with ‘Silence’

Irish Jesuit Brian Mac Cuarta and the staff of the Roman Jesuit Archives are helping Martin Scorsese's production team with details for 'Silence', a film adaptation of Shusako Endo's novel about the Jesuits in 17th century Japan.

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