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Studies: The pity of war

"We are in a season of momentous commemorations," begins the editorial of the summer issue of Studies, alluding to the centenary commemorations of the First World War, the event which dominates the entire issue.

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‘Going home on wings!’

On Saturday June 27th, The Sacred Heart Messenger staff and writers welcomed over 120 readers and promoters of the Messenger to the Radisson Blu hotel in Athlone.

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Restoring the lost art of listening

Brendan McManus SJ has moved to Belfast in recent years as part of the Jesuit's Northern ministry. His own ministry in Spiritual Direction is growing steadily there.

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Pass the bill, urges JRS

JRS Ireland has called on the Irish Government to honour the promise of fundamental reform of the asylum seeking process.

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Still Living in Limbo

As hundreds of asylum seekers granted status remain living in limbo this World Refugee Day, JRS calls for funding and support to help them transition to life outside Direct Provision.

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Working together in building our common home

Pope Francis

In his latest Encyclical letter Pope Francis invites people to an ecological conversion by taking responsibility for caring for nature and our planet.

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Supporting the heartbroken of tragic accident in Berkeley

Leon O’Giolláin SJ has been offering support through the UCD Chaplaincy to the college community in the wake of the tragedy which claimed the lives of six Irish students, three of whom were students at UCD.

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