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An Irish Camino experience

Three Jesuits, including Bishop Alan McGuckian of Raphoe, are helping to establish a new pilgrimage route in Ireland, the Slí Cholmcille in Donegal and Derry

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Raising “an awareness of what is missing”

Michael Kirwan SJ, Director of the Loyola Institute TCD, explains the value of improving one's theological literacy. Closing date for applying for their MPhil course is 31 July

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‘Feed the Beast’

Poet and theologian Pádraig O'Tuama speaks to Pat Coyle about his experience of being Christian, gay and exorcised

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Lights, camera, action

The Faludi Film and Media section of the Hungarian Jesuit Province is inviting Jesuits and colleagues to take part in their annual International Film and Photo Competition.

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What is the real cost of debt?

The June 2021 issue of 'Working Notes' tackles the thorny subject of debt in theory, in theology, and in its concrete manifestations

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Interviewed by a Bishop

Former Crescent College pupil Eimear Delaney took part recently in a video conversation with Brendan Leahy, Bishop of Limerick

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Pope Video: Building social friendship

July's Pope Video urges people to "go beyond their groups of friends and build social friendship, which is so necessary for living together well"

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Launch of Micheál Mac Gréil SJ’s Westport report

Fr Micheál Mac Gréil SJ's latest book on Westport, a report based on a survey of the views of visitors to the Co. Mayo town, was launched on 1 July by Minister Catherine Martin TD

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