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Hear the cries of migrants

February 11, 2020

In The Pope Video for February 2020, Pope Francis lends his voice to migrants and victims of human trafficking

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‘A joyful 35 minutes’

February 10, 2020

Feminism, synodality and International Women's Day were topics of discussion in Gerry Whelan SJ's recent meeting with Pope Francis

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Introducing the Faber Companions

February 10, 2020

The Faber Companions, a recently formed lay community of young men, hosts a Mass for young people fortnightly in their home in Rathmines

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An authentic Jesuit academic

February 5, 2020

Gonzaga chapel was packed for the funeral Mass of David Tuohy SJ, and moving tributes were paid to him and his work as a Jesuit educationalist

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Pinning the politicians

February 4, 2020

Social justice theologian Dr Kevin Hargaden suggests some tough questions for politicians and some possible answers for those asking them

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Bringing good out of enormous tragedy

January 29, 2020

Elber Twomey, who lost her entire family in a tragic incident, spoke about the power of forgiveness in Belvedere College SJ during Catholic Schools Week

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Elections should address ‘burning issue’ of ecology

January 29, 2020

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, Jesuit theologian, discusses with Pat Coyle the upcoming general election from a Christian perspective

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Marking Christian Unity Week

January 28, 2020

Jesuits, colleagues, and friends all took part in various activities during Christian Unity Week the theme of which was 'Unusual Kindness'

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Dermot McKenna SJ: animated by Vatican II

January 28, 2020

Dermot McKenna SJ, who passed away recently, was inspired by Catholic social teaching to help the growth of the co-operative movement

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Irish government hypocritical on fracked gas

January 27, 2020

There is bad faith in Ireland outlawing fracking at home while planning to buy in large quantities of fracked gas from the US

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