Latest news
Home > News (page 10)

News

Ignatian wisdom for Covid-19

What would St Ignatius say to us about coping with Covid-19? Jesuit Nikolaas Sintobin has been imagining

Read More »

A catastrophe and a window on the world

Covid-19 is a crisis that must serve as a window through which we look to create a society that works for everyone not just the rich, says Kevin Hargaden, JCFJ

Read More »

Covid-19: Call for prisoner release

Peter McVerry SJ, and the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have called for the full temporary release of prisoners because of the Covid19 pandemic

Read More »

SpIRE Library launch

'Journeying with Psyche and Soul in Spirituality', was the title of the inaugural lecture of Dr Larry Culliford, who launched the SpIRE Library, on World Book Day

Read More »

Rutilio Grande, Jesuit and martyr

Pope Francis recently recognised the martyrdom of Fr Rutilio Grande García SJ, murdered in El Salvador in 1977. Michael O'Sullivan offers a short introduction to his life

Read More »

‘Beloved Amazonia’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ is hopeful in his assessment of Pope Francis' latest challenging document arising from his deliberations on the Amazon Synod last year

Read More »

Praying through tough times

Brendan McManus SJ speaks about his latest book with Jim Deeds in light of their retreats on practical approaches to prayer for the messy times

Read More »

Jesuit napkins feature in exhibition

Paula Nolan's photo taken in the Jesuit Community house in Leeson street features in The ‘Life in Still Life’ exhibition in the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre

Read More »

Sacrament of Confirmation

Fr Richard Leonard SJ, best-selling author, speaks to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications about the gifts of the Spirit in modern and accessible language

Read More »

Catholics in China

In The Pope Video for March 2020, Pope Francis asks us to pray that the Church in China may persevere in its faithfulness to the Gospel and grow in unity

Read More »