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Venerable John Sullivan honoured in Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral hosted a very special occasion on Sunday, 14 June. Choral Evensong, the jewel in the crown of Anglican worship, became the context for honouring Fr John Sullivan SJ, who was recently declared Venerable.

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Christian Unity week ends

Brian O'Leary SJ, co-ordinator for ecumenism, is aware of the power of prayer and significant developments on the path to unity

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Breaking down walls

Irish Jesuits and colleagues will be asked to help break down walls by taking part in the upcoming Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, 18-25 January

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What happened at Lund?

BRIAN O'LEARY SJ :: The warmth and sense of community during Pope Francis's visit to Lund, Sweden, helped to put paid to the myth that the Jesuits were founded to destroy the Lutherans.

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Luther, Lund and the Pope

Brian O'Leary SJ notes the great significance of Pope Francis's planned visit to Sweden for a joint ecumenical commemoration of the Reformation with leading Lutherans.

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Working for unity

Province co-ordinator for ecumenism Brian O'Leary SJ urges Jesuits and colleagues to contibute to the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, 18-26 of January.

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The many lives of Manresa House

Dublin's Culture Night 2015 will feature a lecture on the history and heritage of Manresa House, Dollymount. In its 250 years it has had many owners, but none have occupied it as long as the Jesuits, who acquired it in 1948.

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Jesuits in Lahore

Brian O'Leary SJ was invited to Pakistan to lecture on aspects of Ignatian spirituality. He found a small but vibrant group of Jesuits as well as many other dedicated religious. The political climate, however, was daunting. He reports.

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