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Climbing mountains

Jesuits from around Ireland and some from Britain gathered together in Milltown Park for a day of input and reflection

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Discerning for a collaborative future

Irish Jesuit Terry Howard SJ and Sr Moira Mc Dowall, and Mary O'Connor were in Italy recently engaging in communal discernment about their work

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Making space within the asylum system

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The Jesuit Refugee Service warns that recent improvements to Ireland’s under-pressure direct-provision system could be reversed

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Novices work hard at the Ploughing

The sun shone down on Jesuits and their colleagues promoting the work of the Jesuits in Ireland at the National Ploughing Championships

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Manresa hosts unique retreat for homeless

Eddie Cosgrove SJ headed up the first-ever retreat in Europe for people experiencing homelessness. It was a moving experience for all involved

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Aesóp ag filleadh go hÉireann

A beautifully illustrated book of Aesop's Fables in Irish has just been published by the Jesuit publishing house FÁS

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Life through the lens of Ireland’s first Jesuits

A new book on letters by Irish Jesuits in the 17th century shows that although they were very small in number at the time, the Jesuits we making their mark across Ireland

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Lynching: India’s shame

Cedric Prakash SJ, has returned to India from Ireland and is appalled and shamed by what is happening in his native country

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Still building the peace

Brendan McPartlin SJ explains the cross-community work of the Jesuits in Portadown and their outreach to migrants

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