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Religious Literacy: Challenges for Today

The increasing estrangement of western societies from Christian belief and practice was theme of a recent event in the Loyola Institute TCD

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New model of Church in Galway

Vera Coughlan, who was an active participant of the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture, speaks to Pat Coyle about her insight into the family as the leading image of Church

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The two Popes

Gerry Whelan SJ gives his take from Rome on the 'celibacy rule' controversy concerning Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict

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‘Unusual Kindness’

Tom Layden SJ, Province Co-Ordinator for Ecumenism, has asked Jesuits and colleagues to take part in Christian Unity Week of Prayer 18-25 January with its theme of 'unusual kindness'

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Huge response to JRS toy appeal

JRS Ireland toy appeal

"The light of giving in response to the JRS Toy Appeal overcame the darkness of recent controversies," according to Eugene Quinn, Director of Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland

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How to have a happy new year

Authors Brendan McManus SJ and Jim Deeds offer ten Ignatian tips for handling anxiety and achieving good mental health over the festive season

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UCD honours Leon Ó Giollain SJ

Leon Ó Giollain SJ, has been presented with the VIA (Values in Action) award by University College Dublin, where he works as a member of the chaplaincy team

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Promotion of world peace

In The Pope Video for January, Francis invites Christians, other believers and all men and women of good will to promote a world of justice and peace

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Technology meets spirituality

The Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network has launched an app-driven device to teach young people how to pray the rosary, aimed at praying for world peace

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