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A time of risks and threats

October's Working Notes takes a look at concrete issues of public policy but views them in terms of the conceptual framework which informs them

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A moment of ‘sheer joy’

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon discusses the various recommendations arising from the ground-breaking Amazon Synod

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Gay Byrne is laid to rest

Renowned Irish broadcaster Gay Byrne was laid to rest after a funeral Mass on 8 November. Irish Jesuit Provincial, Fr Leonard Moloney, was the celebrant and homilist

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A Jesuit’s take on Brexit

David Stewart SJ shares some important insights into what is happening in Britain and the future of the UK on foot of the Brexit fallout

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Young people and pornography

Richard Leonard SJ tackles the urgent issue of pornography being accessible by younger and younger people

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Dialogue in the Middle East

Dialogue in the Middle East

In The Pope Video for November, Francis orients his prayer intention towards dialogue among the religious communities in the land where the “Good News of Jesus” came to us

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NCI: social justice in the docklands

The National College of Ireland, which emerged out of the Jesuit College of Industrial Relations, addresses educational disadvantage among marginalised families

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Building mind, body and soul

Former student Jack Kavanagh, who lives with a spinal cord injury, spoke about the three pillars of mind, body and soul at the third Wellness Day in Clongowes Wood College SJ

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