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McVerry Trust broadly welcomes budget

September 27, 2022

The Peter McVerry Trust has given a broad welcome to Budget 2023. It identified key areas which will impact positively on the people it works with.

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Studies: Changing Catholic culture

September 27, 2022

The autumn Studies reflects on the seismic shift in Irish Catholicism over recent decades, in the light of Derek Scally’s The Best Catholics in the World.

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Prayers for the school year

September 26, 2022

Gráinne Delaney, chaplain of Crescent College Comprehensive SJ, has written and compiled prayers for school gatherings and assemblies.

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Contributing to a critical conversation

September 20, 2022

Former President Mary McAleese and journalist Pat Leahy launched Jonathan Tiernan's new book, on the politics of primary education.

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Teachings of a Jesuit Zen master

September 20, 2022

Roshi Robert Kennedy SJ gave a number of formal and informal talks at a five-day Zen retreat in the Dominican Retreat Centre, Dublin.

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108th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

September 19, 2022

Pope Francis, in a special video message, asks: "How can we make migrants and refugees more involved in our communities?"

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‘The bomb of poverty’

September 13, 2022

Syria is no longer making the news headlines, but that once-beautiful country is suffering greatly and needs the help of the Irish people and government.

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JCFJ ‘alarmed’ at Minister’s comments

September 13, 2022

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says the government's prison service agenda is detrimental to prisoners' welfare.

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Pope promoting women

September 13, 2022

Gerry Whelan SJ explains how Pope Francis is promoting women to top-level posts in the Vatican.

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Death of a great Jesuit and historian

September 12, 2022

Highly renowned church historian John W O’Malley SJ died in Baltimore, USA, on 11 September, aged 95.

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