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‘To live this mission in our broken world’

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: Educators of Jesuit schools were nourished in their mission as they followed the footsteps of Saint Ignatius on the streets of Spain and Rome.

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“Hans, are we the baddies?”

KEVIN HARGADEN :: There are nearly 10,000 people homeless in Ireland but a vast amount of property left idle. When activists try to do something, the only official response is strong-arm disruption and arrests. So who are the baddies?

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‘The energiser Pope’

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: The blogger, who attended the Croke Park concert and the Phoenix Park Mass with his family, reflects on the tender-hearted Pope and his energising effect on the pilgrims.

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Faith and sport – WMOF

PATRICK MULDOON :: The connection between faith and sport is explored in light of a workshop during the World Meeting of Families.

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Enduring our dreams

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: It takes guts, courage and heart to find peace and serenity in the midst of an often chaotic world of stress and anxiety.

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Rooted in responsibility

CHARLES JARYEKONGA SJ :: In this last of a series of blog posts, the Ugandan explores the many fruits of his apostolic activities as a regent in Belvedere College SJ.

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The soft sound of praise

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Enjoying life doesn’t always come with Hallelujah moments of acclamation. As can be found in the lives of three saints, it is often less obvious at first glance.

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A new cultural identity

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CHARLES JARYEKONGA SJ :: The Jesuit describes his experience of cultural immersion as a regent in Belvedere College SJ where he learned to acquire a new identity.

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Depending on God more

CHARLES JARYEKONGA SJ :: The guest blogger describes his diverse experiences as a regent in Belvedere College SJ including participating in retreats, staff formation, and faith and service activities.

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Reading the posters of the times

KEVIN HARGADEN :: The referendum campaign highlighted the persuasive power of experience and story. These are hugely important, but so too is a metaphysical sense of what it means to be human

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