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A catastrophe and a window on the world

Covid-19 is a crisis that must serve as a window through which we look to create a society that works for everyone not just the rich, says Kevin Hargaden, JCFJ

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Covid-19: Call for prisoner release

Peter McVerry SJ, and the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have called for the full temporary release of prisoners because of the Covid19 pandemic

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SpIRE Library launch

'Journeying with Psyche and Soul in Spirituality', was the title of the inaugural lecture of Dr Larry Culliford, who launched the SpIRE Library, on World Book Day

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‘Beloved Amazonia’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ is hopeful in his assessment of Pope Francis' latest challenging document arising from his deliberations on the Amazon Synod last year

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Jesuit napkins feature in exhibition

Paula Nolan's photo taken in the Jesuit Community house in Leeson street features in The ‘Life in Still Life’ exhibition in the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre

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A Galway farewell

A large crowd was in attendance in for the Month's Mind Mass of Galway native David Tuohy SJ. The Mass took place in St Ignatius Church, where he was ordained in 1981

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Renewing the face of the earth

The Jesuits in Britain and Ireland are divesting from companies whose major income is from the extraction of fossil fuels

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Patten calls for honest leaders

Chris Patten, former governor of Hong Kong, called for leaders who would stand up for the rule of law at a lecture in Dublin organised by the Jesuit journal Studies

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A first for Manresa

The first-ever Ignatian retreat in Europe for homeless women was a source of community and strength for all participants

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Happy 21st, Sacred Space!

On Ash Wednesday 1999, 1,000 people prayed in English for the first time on Sacred Space, the online prayer website created by the Jesuits in Ireland

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