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A church in crisis

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon SJ speaks about crisis, conscience and opportunity in the wake of Ireland's historic decision to repeal the 8th amendment

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The goodness of young people

PATRICK MULDOON :: The blogger focuses particularly on the goodness of young people in light of the forthcoming visit of Pope Francis to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families.

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Communicating good news

Jesuits and lay colleagues collaborating in the work of online and digital communications met in Brussels for the annual Jesuit Webmasters Conference from 23-26 April.

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Mickey Harte – feeding the good wolf

Mickey Harte, Tyrone football manager, spoke about his faith and life journey including the tragic loss of his daughter Michela as part of the Belvedere College SJ series

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‘Place the human person first’

The economy cannot have as its only goal an increase of profitability remarks Pope Francis in the April edition of 'The Pope Video'. He emphasises the importance of putting the human person in first place, and the responsibility of business people and politicians in this regard.

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Evensong for Blessed John Sullivan

There was a packed congregation for the ecumenical Evensong in thanksgiving for the life of Blessed John Sullivan SJ at St Macartin's Cathedral, Enniskillen

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Dare to be holy

Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon says Pope Francis latest letter, 'Gaudete et Exsultate', is a daring and refreshing take on the call to holiness

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Pope’s visit to Ireland confirmed

Pope Francis wants more than a "once off celebrity concert buzz" for his visit to Ireland, says Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon

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