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The science of spirituality

Michael O'Sullivan of SpIRE explains how spirituality has unhelpfully been understood as belonging exclusively to the domain of the private and detached

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Lent, the bible and the housing crisis

Kevin Hargaden, social justice theologian with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has written a lenten retreat with a difference, in order to make a difference

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And the verdict is…

RTE's Sean O'Rourke interviewed a panel of students who'd read 'Dipping into Lent', a book by DIT chaplain Alan Hilliard, published by the Jesuit Messenger Publications

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The Jesuit mission in Myanmar

Mark Raper SJ says it's a blessing to be a Jesuit on mission in Myanmar at this critical time of both hope and persecution

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‘He was a good man’

Staff and students of Gonzaga, along with Jesuits, family and friends, said a fond farewell to Joe Brennan SJ at his funeral Mass in the Church of the Holy Name

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Stocking up for Lent

Messenger Publications, the Jesuit publishing house in Ireland, has a line up of books to be published both for Lent and Easter time

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Funeral Mass of Peter Sutherland

Noel Barber SJ was a close of friend of Peter Sutherland and his family. He spoke warmly of him in his homily at the funeral Mass of the loyal Gonzaga alumnus

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Landmark for Messenger magazine

The iconic Sacred Heart Messenger magazine was founded in 1888 by Father James Cullen SJ. He was given a room and a £1 note and 'the rest is history'

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Is our future in safe hands?

There are over 400,000 young people aged between 18 and 24, in Ireland. Their lives are reflected on from a variety of perspectives in the Jesuit publication, 'Working Notes'

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