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Unleashing the Spirit of communal discernment

Fr Michael Smith SJ, International Education Officer for JRS, speaks with Pat Coyle about the dynamic process of communal discernment in its historical and contemporary context

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Taking stock of a faith that does justice

A large number of Irish Jesuits and colleagues met up to consider their commitment to a faith that does justice in the light of the decrees of General Congregation 36.

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GC36 is over

The 36th Jesuit General Congregation has ended and John Guiney SJ reflects on the significance of what happened in Rome

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God is with us

The new Fr General of the Society of Jesus has given an extensive interview which throws much light on the man himself, his Jesuit life and the desires that draw and drive him

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John Dardis SJ joins General Council

Irish Jesuit Fr John Dardis, president of the Conference of European Provincials since 2010, has been appointed General Counsellor for Discernment and Apostolic Planning

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Why did the Jesuits elect Fr Sosa?

Michael O'Sullivan SJ says that to understand why the Jesuits elected someone like Fr Sosa, one has to look at the context, as well as the man himself.

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