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Lacan and the Jesuit connection

Brendan Staunton SJ was one of the speakers at an international psychotherapy conference in honour of former Jesuit and psychotherapist Cormac Gallagher

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Irish TDs and Senators: 1918 –2018

Dr Tony White outlines the connection between the Jesuits and 100 years of Dáil Éireann, in an interview about his latest book

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Irish Jesuit honoured in the US

Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ presided at a session of the American Academy of Religion. He was the first Irish Jesuit ever to do so

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Exciting times for Crescent

Irish Rugby Coach Mr Joe Schmidt addressed pupils, staff, and parents of Crescent College Comprehensive SJ, as part of its jubilee celebrations

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Suffer little children

Paula Nolan :: Over 10,000 people attended the homelesness march, but never in my history of attending public protests have I seen so many children.

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A man of many talents

Jesuits, family and friends paid tribute to Paul Andrews SJ, who passed away in Cherryfield Nursing home on Tuesday 27 November

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Caravaggio still a firm favourite

The National Gallery of Ireland held a series of events marking the 25th anniversary of the loan of the Caravaggio by the Jesuits

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Love at the heart of mission

The love of God shown by Jesuit missionaries was matched by their love of people, said Provincial Leonard Moloney SJ at a recent Mass for the relatives of deceased missionaries

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