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Mystery book mentioned in Messenger catalogue

The new Messenger Publications catalogue includes a wealth of books on spirituality and theology, and mentions a "secret book" which will be announced soon

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Africa’s greatest resource is its young people

"Africa is a wealthy continent, and its greatest, most valuable resource is its young people" remarks Pope Francis in the September edition of The Pope Video.

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‘The energiser Pope’

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: The blogger, who attended the Croke Park concert and the Phoenix Park Mass with his family, reflects on the tender-hearted Pope and his energising effect on the pilgrims.

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Jesuits in the news on Pope’s visit

Various Irish Jesuits were prominent in the news and media coverage during the lead-up to the visit of Pope Francis on 25 August. In particular demand was Gerry O’Hanlon SJ, whose recently published book, The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis: A Synodal Catholic Church in Ireland? (available from Messenger Publications ») was a valuable starting point for pre-visit commentary. He appeared ...

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WMOF: Young people discern

Young people from all over Europe prepared for the World Meeting of Families with a special retreat in Manresa, Dublin

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Alan McGuckian on WMOF and abuse

The Bishop of Raphoe talked about the impact the World Meeting of Families had on his family and the shadow of the clerical sex abuse scandals cast over the event

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Pope Francis and prisoner amnesty

Eoin Carroll of JCFJ sees the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland as an opportunity to give amnesty to prisoners while referring to action taken at the last papal visit in 1979

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Faith and sport – WMOF

PATRICK MULDOON :: The connection between faith and sport is explored in light of a workshop during the World Meeting of Families.

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