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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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‘Elizabeth and me!’ – An Irish Jesuit remembers

September 12, 2022

Fr Terry Howard SJ reflects on his meeting with the UK's longest-serving monarch in Buckingham Palace in 2019.

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Moving visit to Knock

September 12, 2022

Irishman Niall Leahy SJ and American Dave Lugo SJ discuss Our Lady of Knock at the start of the second season of the Catholic podcast series.

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Surprise in store for secular Europe

September 7, 2022

After directing the Faith and Politics week for young adults, Dr Kevin Hargaden (JCFJ) had to abandon an unfavourable assumption.

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Jesuit first vows – ‘a consoling experience’

September 6, 2022

Eamonn Walls SJ and Mikhael Ahmad SJ professed their first vows in the Society of Jesus at Oscott Chapel, Birmingham on 3 September 2022.

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Pope Video: Abolition of the death penalty

September 5, 2022

For September 2022, Pope Francis says that "capital punishment offers no justice to victims, but rather encourages revenge".

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Ignatius 500 – A year to remember

August 31, 2022

Gerry Clarke SJ and Christine Halloran report on the events that took place during the Ignatian Year, including the special closing Mass.

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