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‘The secular is not scary’

The Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean, launched the published proceedings of the 2016 Loyola Conference on the Church in a pluralist society

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Learning by ‘refraction’

Johnny Go SJ talks about ways teachers can respond to the challenges of the digital age through an update on St Ignatius' approach to learning

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Leadership in conflict zones

Joe Greenan, HR Director of Irish Jesuit Province, reports on the final session of Ignatian leadership training including a tour of Belfast

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Hear the cries of migrants

In The Pope Video for February 2020, Pope Francis lends his voice to migrants and victims of human trafficking

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‘A joyful 35 minutes’

Feminism, synodality and International Women's Day were topics of discussion in Gerry Whelan SJ's recent meeting with Pope Francis

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Introducing the Faber Companions

The Faber Companions, a recently formed lay community of young men, hosts a Mass for young people fortnightly in their home in Rathmines

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An authentic Jesuit academic

Gonzaga chapel was packed for the funeral Mass of David Tuohy SJ, and moving tributes were paid to him and his work as a Jesuit educationalist

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Doing theology this Lent

Fr Kieran J O’Mahony OSA has teamed up with Messenger Publications to provide a prayerful and scholarly study of the readings for Lent and Holy Week

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Pinning the politicians

Social justice theologian Dr Kevin Hargaden suggests some tough questions for politicians and some possible answers for those asking them

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Bringing good out of enormous tragedy

Elber Twomey, who lost her entire family in a tragic incident, spoke about the power of forgiveness in Belvedere College SJ during Catholic Schools Week

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