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Call to ecological conversion

Pedro Walpole SJ, Irish Jesuit missionary and environmental scientist in the Philippines, gave a testimony at the Global Ignatian Prayer Vigil for the Season of Creation on 25 September

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Concerns about Dóchas centre

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have expressed alarm at reports of the environment for female prisoners in the Dóchas centre, Mountjoy

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‘Forced like Jesus Christ to flee’

The theme which Pope Francis has chosen for this year's World Day of Migrants and Refugees, on Sunday 27 September, is 'Forced like Jesus Christ to flee'

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The Bermingham chalice on show

The Jesuits in Galway are marking the 400th anniversary of the Bermingham chalice this year, an ornate artifact gifted to Fr John Bermingham in 1620

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Interactive map on Jesuit education

Educate Magis, the online education community, launch a resource offering a compilation of the most important documents and events in contemporary Jesuit education

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Justice at last

Michael O'Sullivan SJ knew some of the Jesuits murdered in El Salvador in 1989. He reflects now on the conviction of one of their assassins over thirty years later

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Covid-19 emergency appeal

Restrictions on movement imposed to prevent Covid-19 spreading in African countries have had a catastrophic impact on vulnerable communities according to Irish Jesuit Missions

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Jesuit novices take first vows

Three men completed their first stage of Jesuit training in Birmingham on Saturday, 5 September though numbers were restricted due to Covid-19

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