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Pope Francis and prisoner amnesty

Eoin Carroll of JCFJ sees the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland as an opportunity to give amnesty to prisoners while referring to action taken at the last papal visit in 1979

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A gift for the homeless

The Irish Jesuit Province have announced that three properties in the Gardiner Street Parish of Dublin’s north inner city will be converted to 16 apartments for the homeless

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Unleashing the Spirit of communal discernment

Fr Michael Smith SJ, International Education Officer for JRS, speaks with Pat Coyle about the dynamic process of communal discernment in its historical and contemporary context

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The treasure of families

"When speaking of families, often the image of a treasure comes to my mind," Pope Francis says in The Pope Video for August.

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New stamps to mark Pope’s visit

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has welcomed the publications of two stamps to mark the visit of Pope Francis to Dublin for the World Meeting of Families

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