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Europe’s problem with England

Edmond Grace SJ argues that Britain was constitutionally incapable of fulfilling its EU membership commitments. Brexit was inevitable.

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Kensy Joseph ordained deacon

Kensy Joseph SJ of the British Province was ordained to the diaconate on Saturday 11 November at Holy Name Church Manchester.

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Film on ‘forgotten hero’

Details of a docudrama about the life of wartime hero Fr. Willie Doyle SJ have just been released by EWTN

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A book about birds

RTE's Éanna Ní Lamhna launched 'Scéalta na nÉanlaithe', the latest publication of the Jesuit Irish Language publishing house, Timire-FS

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A Christmas book in aid of the homeless

Popular RTE personality Mary Kennedy launched the book 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Story' by John Scally at Milltown Park

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A gigantic climb for sick children

Karl Hayes, transition year student of Clongowes Wood College SJ, climbed to 5,550 metres above Mount Everest base camp in aid of Crumlin Children's Hospital.

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Jesuit educators meet in Rio

The first ever International Congress for Jesuit Education Delegates from all six regions of the global network of Jesuit schools took place in Rio de Janeiro

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Recovering the real Hopkins

'Hopeful Hopkins' is the title of a book of essays by poet Desmond Egan. Brendan Staunton SJ, launched the book

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