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Getting to know one another at GC36

The Jesuit delegates in Rome have a period of discussion and reflection before they elect the 31st Superior General of the Society of Jesus

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Ignatian retreat changed MP’s life

Former MP Sarah Tether, now Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service UK, was the keynote speaker at the annual Faith and Life convention in Belfast.

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A first for Irish language in Rome

For the first time in the Society of Jesus' four hundred and seventy five year history, Irish has been used at a Jesuit General Congregation.

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‘Simple, solemn, beautiful’.

At the opening Mass of GC36 Jesuits were called on to be courageous in their deliberations to choose a new leader.

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GC36 puts ‘out into the deep’

In this video, Jim Corkery SJ explains the workings of a General Congregation as the 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus convenes in Rome on 2 October.

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Hard-hitting homilies

Fr Tony O'Riordan SJ, PP in Moyross, Limerick, has been making headlines with his hard-hitting sermons directed at drug dealers and politicians.

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Too old for the craic in Cracow?

Brendan McManus SJ, author of 'Redemption Road', is on the pilgrim trail again, this time as a Magis16 leader and participant in World Youth Day in Cracow.

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Jesuits back for The Ploughing

Jesuits and colleagues will again have a significant presence at the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co.Offaly from September 20th-22nd.

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‘An Irish patriot and British soldier’

Many public tributes were paid to Thomas Kettle, Irish statesman, poet and soldier who died at the Somme, 9 September 1916. He was a past pupil of Clongowes College SJ.

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