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The not-so-green emerald isle

On a recent visit to Ireland, environmental scientist Pedro Walpole SJ spoke in graphic terms about the destruction of our planet

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Recovering the real Hopkins

'Hopeful Hopkins' is the title of a book of essays by poet Desmond Egan. Brendan Staunton SJ, launched the book

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St Ignatius – not just a simple mystic

Brian O'Leary speaks about the mysticism of St Ignatius and about Ignatius's road map for those who want to embody a 'contemplative stance'

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Climate change is a justice issue

The JCFJ have put their focus on justice for the poor in their submission to Citizens' Assembly which convenes in Dublin this weekend to discuss climate change

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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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