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Symbols and theology of the Book of Kells

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin hosted a workshop for teachers on the theology of the Book of Kells, the most visited book in the world

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A life of quiet faithfulness

Jesuits, family and friends paid a final farewell to Fr Hugh O'Neill SJ, remembered fondly for his kindness, courtesy and fidelity

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‘High art from low life’

Brendan Staunton SJ is a psychotherapist with a unique take on the 'Beyond Caravaggio' art exhibition now running in the National Gallery of Ireland

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The quiet revolution

GERRY O'HANLON SJ: : Are we in Ireland ready to take up the challenge of a more collegial, synodal church as Pope Francis urges us to do?

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‘Fine scholar, outstanding lecturer’

Warm tributes were paid to Ray Moloney SJ at his funeral Mass in Milltown Park. The well known theologian died peacefully, aged eighty five

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Hopeful sign for climate action

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has welcomed the government's commitment to phase out fossil fuels through legislation

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The healing power of stories

'Uncovering Stories of Hope: Narrative Approaches to Spiritual Care' was the title of the latest SpIRE lecture by theologian and spiritual director David Crawley

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‘Up Close and After’

Colm Brophy is an art therapist, artist and former Jesuit. On Tuesday 31 January he will exhibit a selection of his works in The Arrupe Room, in Milltown Park, Dublin

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Responding to Irish Church crisis

Vatican newspaper 'La CiviltĂ  Cattolica' has published an article by Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon on the need for reform of the Church in Ireland

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