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Tag Archives: Jubilee Year of Mercy

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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Divining the future at GC36

John Guiney SJ says the last three days have been intense for the Jesuit delegates in Rome to elect their new leader

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Being called to forgive

Richard Leonard SJ has identified six themes that permeate Pope Francis' thinking on mercy. He spoke about them to the thousands who came to Knock Shrine.

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The ‘scandal’ of God’s mercy

Three years ago Pat Storey became the first woman bishop in Ireland and the UK. She speaks here about her personal understanding and experience of mercy in this jubilee year.

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A marathon of gratitude in Rome

Patrick Muldoon :: Through the marathon I entered that space of interior peace and gratitude where I could give glory to God for the graces which he has outpoured in my life, which were the fruit of my time living in Rome.

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A Presbyterian take on mercy

Rev Alan Boal speaks about Pope Francis and mercy in the wake of recent gangland killings on his doorstep.

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