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Following love into mystery

PAT COYLE: : As my daddy lay dying I learned about the mysterious, earth-bound love of God through the miraculous gift of an ear-drop squirter

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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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Always young in heart

Stephen Redmond SJ spent his life writing, teaching and composing music, including a song for the Eurovision in 1969. He died on Saturday, aged ninety-seven

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A fond farewell

Jesuits, colleagues and members of the Curia staff bid a fond farewell with warm thanks to Tom Layden, Irish Jesuit Provincial for the past six years

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The importance of laughter

PAT COYLE :: I learned a lot about the power of laughter, when my father was terminally ill. And I've found a philosopher who endorsed my learning.

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What God are you praying to?

PAT COYLE : : It took my anger to wake me up to the operative images of G-D I was working out of. Images demeaning of G-D, not worthy of me.

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