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Peter McVerry’s righteous anger

Peter McVerry SJ made headline news this week with his letter in the Irish Times published under the title 'A tale of two cities'

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Hope is not optimism

'Hope in a Time of Need' is the title of Dr Con Casey's recent presentation in the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin

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Living the Jesuit vision: Phil Fogarty RIP

Jesuits from Ireland flew to the USA for the funeral Mass of Philip Fogarty SJ in  Pittsburgh on Tuesday 3 December. He was fondly remembered

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A life-changing prayer

Pat Coyle, Director of Irish Jesuit Communications, introduced the examen to participants in a monthly course on prayer in the Avila Carmelite retreat centre

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Victim of its own success

An Irish parish group which raises funds for education and food for children in a Jesuit parish in Zambia is facing major challenges due to its success

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An open-eyed mysticism

"Being a Jesuit can be dangerous." So said Michael O’Sullivan, SJ in his paper to the American Academy of Religion on the thirtieth anniversary of the El Salvador martyrs

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What to expect from a Jesuit school

Competence, conscience and compassion, three characteristics of a Jesuit education as outlined by Donal Neary SJ speaking to parents in Clongowes College

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Scientist alumna honoured at Crescent

Dr Caitriona Jackman was presented with the '2019 Roll of Honour' award at the Crescent College Past Pupils Union Dinner for her contribution to astronomy and astrophysics

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‘Above all I believe in people’

Jesuits at home and abroad along with friends and colleagues have been paying tribute to the late Winnie Ryan of Irish Jesuit Missions

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