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Jesuits cross the sectarian divide

Four Jesuits experienced some of the fruits of peace-work in Belfast over the years. They did cross-community pastoral work in two parishes, leading Ignatian missions, guided prayer and spiritual direction to parishioners.

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From Mayfair to Moyross

Andrew Cameron-Mowat, a parish priest in Mayfair, was one of four Jesuits who spent a week working pastorally in Moyross, Limerick, one of the most deprived urban areas in Ireland.

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Bike ride with Jesus

Dutch Jesuit Peter Peelen SJ has used his sabbatical to cycle alone from Amsterdam to Istanbul. He never felt alone, however, for he always had a real sense of the presence of Jesus on the carrier of his bike!

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‘A quiet ministry of presence’

'A quiet ministry of presence' is how British Jesuit Philip Endean describes his week working with in Ballymun, Dublin. He's part of a five-man interprovincial team including fellow British Jesuits Keith McMillan and Michael O'Connor, Flemish Jesuit Walter Ceyssens, and Irish Jesuit Kevin O'Rourke.

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Sharing the compassion of Christ

Andrew Cameron-Mowat SJ from Britain describes his experience of facilitating a week of guided prayer in Limerick and sharing the compassion of Christ with ordinary people as part of an inter-provincial project with Jesuits on North West Europe.

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Getting to know each other on pilgrimage

Brendan McManus SJ reflects on the meaning and significance of a pilgrimage which he and other Jesuits from North Western Europe are undertaking along the ancient pilgrimage route from Knock Shrine to Croagh Patrick in County Mayo.

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A venture well worth doing

Jim Culliton SJ reflects on his experience of working in the parish of Moyross in Limerick and facilitating a week of individual guided prayer in the Ignatian tradition as part of an inter-provincial project involving Jesuits of North West Europe.

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Facilitating guided prayer at Knock Shrine

Terry Howard SJ reflects on the work he and Jesuits from Britain, Belgium, and Netherlands are doing in facilitating a ‘Week of Ignatian Wisdom’ at Knock Shrine, the place where Our Lady appeared to a group of poor country people.

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Helping people ‘see more’

Nikolaas Sintobin, a Flemish Jesuit and internet pastor who focuses his ministry on the internet,has developed a successful online teaching model using short YouTube videos to help people deepen their interior lives.

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Learning a lesson from Ballymun

Walter Ceyssens SJ from Belgium describes a project in which he and other Jesuits of North West Europe are facilitating a parish mission in Ballymun and assisting the JUST (Jesuit University Support & Training) initiative which mentors people of the area to access third level education.

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