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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

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‘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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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A Galway farewell

A large crowd was in attendance in for the Month's Mind Mass of Galway native David Tuohy SJ. The Mass took place in St Ignatius Church, where he was ordained in 1981

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Renewing the face of the earth

The Jesuits in Britain and Ireland are divesting from companies whose major income is from the extraction of fossil fuels

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Patten calls for honest leaders

Chris Patten, former governor of Hong Kong, called for leaders who would stand up for the rule of law at a lecture in Dublin organised by the Jesuit journal Studies

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Silence, language, and Christian feminism

Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at Roehampton University, gave a public lecture on theology, language and meaning in Laudato Si’ and Querida Amazonia

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