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  • Raising “an awareness of what is missing”

    Michael Kirwan SJ, Director of the Loyola Institute TCD, explains the value of improving one's theological literacy. Closing date for applying for their MPhil course is 31 July ...

  • Lights, camera, action

    The Faludi Film and Media section of the Hungarian Jesuit Province is inviting Jesuits and colleagues to take part in their annual International Film and Photo Competition. ...

  • Sadness and anger at the death of Fr Stan Swamy SJ

    News of the death in prison of Fr Stan Swamy SJ, advocate for marginalised people, has been met with great sadness and anger worldwide ...

  • What is the real cost of debt?

    The June 2021 issue of 'Working Notes' tackles the thorny subject of debt in theory, in theology, and in its concrete manifestations ...

  • Launch of Micheál Mac Gréil SJ’s Westport report

    Fr Micheál Mac Gréil SJ's latest book on Westport, a report based on a survey of the views of visitors to the Co. Mayo town, was launched on 1 July by Minister Catherine Martin TD ...

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Featured Podcasts

  • ‘Feed the Beast’

    Poet and theologian Pádraig O'Tuama speaks to Pat Coyle about his experience of being Christian, gay and exorcised

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Featured Podcasts

A role model for health workers and the young

St Aloysius Gonzaga's feast day in on 21 June. In a 2014 interview Barney McGuckian SJ tells Pat Coyle what makes St Aloysius such an extraordinary saint and role model

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Destroying our ecosystem is sinful

Ireland is the worst of 57 countries for its carbon emissions. Dr Kevin Hargaden of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says this is structural sin

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Faith and country – President Biden’s election

Donal Godfrey SJ is a university chaplain in the USA. He gives his unique take on recent events there, and the Jesuit connections to President Biden

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Misogyny and the Mother and Baby homes

Jesuit theologian Dr Gerry O'Hanlon believes there are important lessons to be learnt from the recent Mother and Baby Homes report

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Books

Mission to a suffering people

Fr Thomas J Morrissey's new book is the story of how Irish Jesuits used the values, talents and networks of the Jesuit order to subvert the will of the British empire

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Saint Ignatius of Loyola: A Convert’s Story

Patrick Corkery SJ's first book brings the warm side of Ignatius to life on the 500th anniversary of his conversion

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The broad appeal of Ignatian Spirituality

British Jesuits publish with Messenger Publications as part of ongoing cooperation between the British and Irish Provinces

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Doing theology this Easter

Scripture scholar Kieran J O'Mahony invites people to engage with the readings for Easter and Pentecost in a more meaningful way

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