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Author Archives: Dermot Roantree

Asking for help when you need it

BRENDAN McMANUS :: People with poor mental health can become trapped by their condition. They don't feel well enough to get help. But help is available and it is necessary

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Hope for 2021: Jesuit works in Dublin

Four Jesuit works on the northside of Dublin have created a video to showcase their ongoing work in the changed circumstances of recent times

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Looking back to see forward

BRENDAN McMANUS :: Using the insights of St Ignatius so as to develop a habit of reflection in oneself and in one's students

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Irish Jesuits and the London IRA, 1921

Damien Burke :: Archival background on Fr William McElligott SJ, whose IRA service medal for the War of Independence years was gifted to the Irish Province recently

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Funeral of Dermot Brangan SJ

At Fr Dermot Brangan's funeral Mass in Tokyo, he was portrayed as a gentle, wise and gracious Jesuit who liked to pray

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