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Interview with an Irish Jesuit bishop

Alan McGuckian SJ has been appointed as Bishop of Raphoe. Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications interviewed him last year in Belfast about his Jesuit life

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Living well with Alzheimers

The 'elder project' is an initiative of Pope Francis and two Irish Jesuit works are working on it along with Loyola Press

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Making the most of the media

A media training day for Jesuit colleagues covered the essential aspects of old and new media for presenting one's mission and message to the broader world.

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A retreat with a difference

'Mindfully at Home in the Cosmos' was the title of the spring retreat in Manresa, given by Dee Hennessy and Des O'Grady SJ

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Battling the booze

The Pioneer Association needs funding urgently to help promote its message of moderation as some prepare to 'drown the shamrock'

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‘High art from low life’

Brendan Staunton SJ is a psychotherapist with a unique take on the 'Beyond Caravaggio' art exhibition now running in the National Gallery of Ireland

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Open to one another’s traditions

Reverend Helen Freeburn is a Presbyterian minister at the United Methodist and Presbyterian Church in Galway. Her Church specialises in welcoming the stranger

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‘Up Close and After’

Colm Brophy is an art therapist, artist and former Jesuit. On Tuesday 31 January he will exhibit a selection of his works in The Arrupe Room, in Milltown Park, Dublin

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‘Silence’ – an amazing film

Scorsese's latest film 'Silence' may be set in 17th century Japan but it resonates with modern day issues like the torture of prisoners and the persecution of Christians.

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A man of ‘creative fidelity’

Fr Peter Hans Kolvenbach SJ will be remembered for his firm but creative leadership that saw the Jesuit Order through a difficult period in its recent history, says Gerry O'Hanlon

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