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Living in a time of coronavirus

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

Living in lockdown

MICHAEL SHEIL SJ :: Community life in Clongowes Wood College SJ and a story on being men and women for and with others.

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Praying with grief in a Covid-19 world

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ and JIM DEEDS :: Reflections and prayers to help the bereaved to come to terms with grief, made harder than ever by the coronavirus lockdown

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A bird’s call

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: A reflection and guided meditation on finding God in nature and in the "sound of sheer silence".

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From lockdown to community

The Faber Companions are a lay Ignatian community of young men. Since Covid-19 their outreach has grown

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A word from America

Paul Campbell is an Irish Jesuit based in Georgetown, Washington DC. For the first time, he can hear the birds singing outside his window

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A homebound Easter

Irish Jesuit Communications have published a number of online resources to help people reflect and pray through the Covid-19 crisis

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An Easter message

Leonard Moloney speaks of pain, hope and 'building the universe' in a video message to Jesuits, colleagues, and friends

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Mission possible

The Covid-19 crisis has presented Jesuits and their colleagues with plenty of challenges but the work goes on, often in imaginative ways

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Fears for refugees well-founded

The Jesuit Refugee Service Director, Eugene Quinn, voices concern for at-risk refugees in Direct Provision in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak

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