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Rowers race across the Atlantic

Old Clongownian Tommy Browne (2010) and the 'Relentless Rowers' set an Irish record rowing 5,000 km across the Atlantic Ocean, and raised funds for sick children

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‘A Dialogue of Hope’ with the President

Authors of 'A Dialogue of Hope: Critical Thinking for Critical Times' and members of Messenger Publications were received by President Michael D. Higgins

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‘He was a good man’

Staff and students of Gonzaga, along with Jesuits, family and friends, said a fond farewell to Joe Brennan SJ at his funeral Mass in the Church of the Holy Name

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What happened in Chile?

Michael O'Sullivan SJ lived in Chile in the 1980s, when the Church was seen to be on the side of the people. Much has changed, as Pope Francis's visit has shown. Michael speaks to Soul Waves Radio.

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Stocking up for Lent

Messenger Publications, the Jesuit publishing house in Ireland, has a line up of books to be published both for Lent and Easter time

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Ecumenical work in Sweden

Brendan McManus SJ presented a two-day conference on Ignatian Spirituality to a group of reformed church ministers, mostly Lutherans, in Sweden

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‘God is love’ – Kennedy’s mantra

The Funeral Mass of Kennedy O’Brien SJ took place at the Church of the Holy Name, Ranelagh, on Saturday 13 January to what was a packed congregation

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Funeral Mass of Peter Sutherland

Noel Barber SJ was a close of friend of Peter Sutherland and his family. He spoke warmly of him in his homily at the funeral Mass of the loyal Gonzaga alumnus

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Landmark for Messenger magazine

The iconic Sacred Heart Messenger magazine was founded in 1888 by Father James Cullen SJ. He was given a room and a £1 note and 'the rest is history'

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