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Author Archives: Dermot Roantree

‘Forced like Jesus Christ to flee’

The theme which Pope Francis has chosen for this year's World Day of Migrants and Refugees, on Sunday 27 September, is 'Forced like Jesus Christ to flee'

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The Bermingham chalice on show

The Jesuits in Galway are marking the 400th anniversary of the Bermingham chalice this year, an ornate artifact gifted to Fr John Bermingham in 1620

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Making headway in the Archives

DAMIEN BURKE :: The pandemic lockdown made it possible to bring forward the plan to put the Irish Jesuit archive catalogue online.

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Moving the bell

The El Salvador bell, which commemorates the Jesuits and colleagues who were murdered in 1989, has been relocated after the recent sale of part of the Milltown Park grounds

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Irish Jesuits in Penal times

The story of the Jesuits in Ireland during the 18th century is comprehensively covered in Todd Morrissey SJ's latest book

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Studies: Remembering Peter Sutherland

The Summer issue of Studies is dedicated to the distinguished Irishman Peter Sutherland, a former Gonzaga alumnus, who passed away in 2018

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Songs to survive lockdown

BRENDAN McMANUS :: Music's unique ability to reach our hearts and souls is all the more needed in these days of anxiety and pressure. So, a lockdown playlist...

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Divine inspiration from Fleetwood Mac

BRENDAN McMANUS :: With the help of an Ignatian technique, memories of listening to Fleetwood Mac give rise to reflections on God's presence.

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