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Mission accomplished

Charlie Davy SJ recalls the variety and depth of work carried out in the Galway Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture over the last thirteen years

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‘A day of great joy’

A Syrian refugee family has just be housed in the grounds of Clongowes Wood College as part of a parish response to Pope Francis' plea

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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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