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NCI: social justice in the docklands

The National College of Ireland, which emerged out of the Jesuit College of Industrial Relations, addresses educational disadvantage among marginalised families

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Building mind, body and soul

Former student Jack Kavanagh, who lives with a spinal cord injury, spoke about the three pillars of mind, body and soul at the third Wellness Day in Clongowes Wood College SJ

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Curia day in Manresa

The theme of a day of reflection for Jesuits and their lay colleagues in the Curia was being baptised 'so as to form one body'

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Dipping into Messenger books

Messenger Publications have published a number of books for autumn and winter including scripture reading and reflections, the lives of Jesuit missionaries and Church renewal

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Christian faith in the digital age

Nikolaas Sintobin SJ, internet pastor of the Low Countries, speaks to Gavin T. Murphy about the concise, direct and jargon-free language of his latest book

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New look for Galway church

Fr Martin Curry SJ takes Pat Coyle on a tour on the Jesuit chapel and schools in Galway pointing out some recent refurbishments and developments

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Students becoming agents for change

Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications gave three workshops at the Companions in Action Conference organised by British Jesuit Missions

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