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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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‘A schoolman all his Jesuit life’

Micheal Sheil SJ celebrates 60th years a Jesuit this year. Over half of that time was spent in Clongowes College SJ where staff and students paid him a surprise tribute.

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A good day for spirituality

The sun shone down on a historic gathering in the Jesuit Conference Centre in Milltown Park on Monday 15 August.

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Being called to forgive

Richard Leonard SJ has identified six themes that permeate Pope Francis' thinking on mercy. He spoke about them to the thousands who came to Knock Shrine.

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The ‘scandal’ of God’s mercy

Three years ago Pat Storey became the first woman bishop in Ireland and the UK. She speaks here about her personal understanding and experience of mercy in this jubilee year.

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‘God, You’re Breaking My Heart’

'God, you're breaking my heart', is a new book by Brian Grogan SJ exploring the problem of evil and suffering and the possibilities of a powerful spiritual response to it.

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