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The real St Patrick

St Patrick's own writings tell us more about the depth of the man than the legends that have surrounded him, says Brendan McManus SJ

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Mission is for everyone

David Tuohy SJ is co-author with Maria Feeny of a book on discipleship based on the five 'marks of mission' within the Anglican communion

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Jesuit students on ‘Climate Strike’

Students from Gonzaga College SJ and Belvedere College SJ have been taking part in the ‘Fridays for Future’ demonstrations outside Leinster House.

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Christianity and the oppression of women

To mark International Women's Day – an interview with Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ, author of 'How Catholic Theology Can Transform Male Violence against Women' 

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‘No Mossies in March’ campaign

Students at Crescent College Limerick have launched their campaign to buy mosquito nets for fellow Jesuit students in Africa

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The Camino – a spiritual shortcut?

Professor Piotr Roszak, an enthusiastic proponent of the Camino pilgrimage, lectured to a full house in the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin

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A view from the East

The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific have put together this visual take on the priorities (Universal Apostolic Preferences) Fr Arturo Sosa SJ

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Jesuits plan for the future

Leader of the Jesuits worldwide, Arturo Sosa SJ, announces his 'universal apostolic preferences' to guide Jesuits and colleagues during the coming decade.

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