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Living in a time of coronavirus

Thoughts and advice from an Ignatian perspective during the Covid-19 crisis.

New post-grad certificate in theology

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is offering a new one-year post-graduate certificate in Christian theology starting this September

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The Lonergan method in Hong Kong

Theologian Gerry Whelan SJ is working with Jesuits and their co-workers in Hong Kong where the Chinese government has been clamping down on pro-democracy protestors.

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New life, new normal

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Psychologists note that gratitude and increased spirituality may result from a period of quarantine or isolation.

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‘Believing is belonging’

The annual Sacred Heart Novena in Gardiner St Church, held solely online for the first time, was a 'strangely gratifying experience'

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To everything a season

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Ignatian-inspired reflections on one of the most important lessons of the Covid-19 crisis.

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Songs to survive lockdown

BRENDAN McMANUS :: Music's unique ability to reach our hearts and souls is all the more needed in these days of anxiety and pressure. So, a lockdown playlist...

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The sacredness of secular music

Brendan McManus SJ explains his love of music, and the intrinsic connection he feels it has with the spiritual life.

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A retreat with poets

Fr Brendan Comerford SJ reflects on the lives and poems of six different poets who share a deep sensitivity to the Sacramental presence of God

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