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The treasure of families

"When speaking of families, often the image of a treasure comes to my mind," Pope Francis says in The Pope Video for August.

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Priests need help and comfort too

"People love their priests, need them, and trust in them”, remarks Pope Francis in the July edition of 'The Pope Video'.

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Messenger Day of Joy

The Messenger magazine celebrated their 'Messenger Day of Joy: A Day of Prayer, Reflection and Enlightenment' for all promoters, readers and friends on 23 June 2018

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A space for encounter and solidarity

In the June edition of The Pope Video, Pope Francis remarks that “The Internet is a gift of God, but it is also a great responsibility.”

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The Sacred Heart Novena 2018

Charlie Davy SJ has put together this year's Novena which will run from Thursday 31 May to Friday 8 June 2018

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A deepening of faith with the Messenger

The Sacred Heart Messenger for the month of March contains a wide-range of articles such as decision-making with Brian Grogan SJ, the life of Saint Patrick with John Scally, and tracker mortgages with Kevin Hargaden.

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And the verdict is…

RTE's Sean O'Rourke interviewed a panel of students who'd read 'Dipping into Lent', a book by DIT chaplain Alan Hilliard, published by the Jesuit Messenger Publications

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Stocking up for Lent

Messenger Publications, the Jesuit publishing house in Ireland, has a line up of books to be published both for Lent and Easter time

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Landmark for Messenger magazine

The iconic Sacred Heart Messenger magazine was founded in 1888 by Father James Cullen SJ. He was given a room and a £1 note and 'the rest is history'

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Saint Claude de la Colombière and Sacred Heart devotion in Ireland

It was the fruitful friendship of Saint Claude de la Colombière and Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque that spurred the development and popularity of the devotion to the Sacred Heart in the seventeenth century, and it still continues today.

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