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  • Getting creative around Covid

    The annual SleepOut, toy-appeal, and Camino pilgrimage will all take place as usual in Belvedere College SJ but with a new spin in these Covid-19 times ...

  • A matter of life and death

    Gerry O'Hanlon SJ responds to the call by Gino Kenny TD for a respectful debate about assisted dying, proposing a wider frame for understanding suffering and dignity ...

  • Jesuit resources for Advent

    Jesuit ministries are offering a wide-range of services this year to enrich the Advent journey including Masses, retreats, books, prayers and a movie club ...

  •  Reduce prison numbers, end punitive regime

    The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has been responding to a European report critical of the handling of mentally ill prisoners in Irish prisons ...

  • Celtic wisdom for challenging times

    Dr John Scally's latest book offers wisdom from our Celtic heritage to help us in these challenging times. All Royalties will go to Peter McVerry Trust ...

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  • A life-changing meeting

    PAT CORKERY SJ :: For the feast of St Francis Xavier, December 3, a reflection on the great missionary saint whose life was transformed by meeting Ignatius of Loyola

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Featured Podcasts

  • ‘We can breathe again’

    Donal Godfrey SJ speaks from the United States about a number of issues arising from the 2020 election including the role played by religious groupings

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Featured Podcasts

A view from Rome

Pope Francis hit the headlines for endorsing civil unions for same-sex partnerships. Gerry Whelan SJ in Rome gives the background to this and other recent Vatican stories

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The challenges of ‘Fratelli Tutti’

Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon discusses the significance of Pope Francis' latest encyclical in which the Pope gives his unique take on 'the signs of the times'

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Justice at last

Michael O'Sullivan SJ knew some of the Jesuits murdered in El Salvador in 1989. He reflects now on the conviction of one of their assassins over thirty years later

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‘Not optimistic but hopeful’

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice is marking forty years of service. Director Dr Kevin Hargaden outlines his vision for the challenging times ahead

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Books

Remembering Maynooth across four centuries

Professor Chris Morash and Bishop Dermot Farrell were the guest speakers at the online book launch of 'We Remember Maynooth' on 17 November

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Inspiration and guidance for faith communities

Fr Michael Hurley's latest book with Messenger Publications provides a programme of evangelisation for authentic freedom, renewal, and community

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Wandering Wicklow with Father Browne

A new book by Messenger Publications juxtaposes historic black-and-white photographs by Ireland’s famous photographer with modern colour photographs of the same locations

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The divine painter

'Raphael’s World' is a history of one of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance, his patrons, and many illustrations of his paintings

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