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The Church and #metoo

KEVIN HARGADEN :: In the last year a remarkable shift has begun in attitudes around sexual abuse that, while very difficult, demand the attention of Christians

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Taking stock of the Paris Agreement

One year on from Paris Agreement on climate change, Environmental Justice Officer Catherine Devitt reviews progress to date

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Jesuit schools – ‘agents of change’

St Declan's Primary School recently joined The Irish Jesuit Mission Office’s Development Education programme, and teacher Jacqueline Barry Duke learnt some valuable lessons in Uganda.

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How much freedom of speech?

The Summer 2016 issue of Studies confronts the hard questions about the rights and limits to freedom of speech raised by the 'Charlie Hebdo' attack on 7 January 2015.

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Easter eggs for refugee families

This Easter JRS Ireland provided Easter eggs, arts and craft activities, day trips, and inter-cultural events for refugee families living in Direct Provision.

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Caring for Our Common Home: The Jesuit Response

Jesuits and colleagues met recently to discuss how best the Jesuit Province in Ireland could respond to the urgent problem of climate change and environmental degradation.

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The big sleep-out

Belvedere students are gearing up for their annual Sleep-Out and Fast to raise money to tackle homelessness. They'll be on Dublin's city centre streets from Tuesday 22 Dec until Christmas eve.

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Two great tasks of our time

Jesuits and colleagues ask how they can respond more effectively to the challenges of global justice issues.

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Sensitivity of heart

Slovakian Jesuit Peter Girasek SJ was asked to help in refugee camps in Iraq, a country largely dominated by ISIS. It felt It felt to him like a death sentence, but in the end, being with the refugees gave him great spiritual consolation.

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