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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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A first for Manresa

The first-ever Ignatian retreat in Europe for homeless women was a source of community and strength for all participants

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Happy 21st, Sacred Space!

On Ash Wednesday 1999, 1,000 people prayed in English for the first time on Sacred Space, the online prayer website created by the Jesuits in Ireland

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A welcoming and generous priest

Rev Fr Godfrey O'Donnell, former Irish Jesuit and priest of the Romanian Orthodox Church, died peacefully on 14 February 2020

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Radical openness to God in school life

In his recent visitation to Clongowes, Irish Provincial Leonard Moloney spoke to students about the importance of making others feel included and welcomed into their lives

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‘The secular is not scary’

The Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean, launched the published proceedings of the 2016 Loyola Conference on the Church in a pluralist society

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Learning by ‘refraction’

Johnny Go SJ talks about ways teachers can respond to the challenges of the digital age through an update on St Ignatius' approach to learning

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