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A life of quiet faithfulness

Jesuits, family and friends paid a final farewell to Fr Hugh O'Neill SJ, remembered fondly for his kindness, courtesy and fidelity

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A man for others

Fr Jim Moran SJ died peacefully in Cherryfield Lodge Nursing Home on Friday 18 November. He is fondly remembered

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Doing ordinary things with love

The life and death of Brother Brendan Hyland SJ was marked with moving tributes from his family and fellow Jesuits at his funeral mass in Milltown Park Chapel

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Cherryfield Community

Address Milltown Park Sandford Road Dublin 6 Contact Telephone: + 353 1 4985800 Fax: +353 1 4970811 E-Mail: cherryfield@jesuit.ie Map

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Epiphany evening in Cherryfield

Rachel McNeill and the staff of Cherryfield extend a warm invitation to Jesuits and friends to join them on 6th January, any time between 5 and 8 p.m., for refreshments and a chance to look at the new building.

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Provincial visits Cherryfield before move

The Irish Provincial, Fr John Dardis, was on visitation to Cherryfield Lodge on Monday, 13 October, the last visitation before the transfer to the new building, which is due to take place next week. John said Mass for the residents, and the students from the Gonzaga choir provided the music.

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Remembering Tom McCarthy SJ

Fr. Tom McCathy SJ was born in Co. Cork in 1915 and he entered the Society at Emo in 1937. He studied Arts at UCD before his philosophy and theology, and was ordained in Milltown Park in 1949. He taught in Clongowes Wood College for 8 years before going to St. Ignatius, Galway as Minister. Over the years, he also ...

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Michael Ryan SJ, RIP

The funeral of Fr Michael Ryan SJ took place in Milltown Park, Dublin on April 7, 2008. Michael died peacefully at Cherryfield Lodge, Dublin on Thursday, April 3, 2008, aged 90 years. Born in Dublin, his early education was with the Christian Brothers on North Richmond Street. He entered the Jesuits in Emo in 1936, then studied Arts at UCD, ...

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