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John Henry Newman: a saint for the times

Blessed John Henry Newman has been cleared for canonisation. Dermot Roantree considers the different uses that Catholics will make of his legacy.

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Sustenance for the season

Messenger Publications have released three booklets as part of their Spring 2019 catalogue

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Catholic Schools Week

Jesuit schools celebrated Catholic Schools' Week from 27 January to 2 February 2019 on the theme 'Celebrating the Work of Our Local Catholic Schools'

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Tertians talk the walk

There was laughter and hard work at a media training workshop  given by Pat Coyle for the Jesuit tertians in Manresa

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INTO journal remembers Jesuit chaplain

Fr Michael Morrison SJ features in the Irish National Teachers Organisation's 'InTouch' magazine for the January/February 2019 issue

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Together against human trafficking

In the Pope's Video for February, Pope Francis addresses the startling reality of human trafficking, enforced prostitution, and violence

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Exploring the ‘harm of inaction’

The latest issue of 'Working Notes' explores the failure to respond adequately to crises in housing, economics, criminal justice, and environment

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Converted like the magi

Paolo Beltrame, Jesuit novice and astrophysicist, spoke to Pat Coyle about how spirituality and religion opened the door to his unanswered questions of the universe

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Pedro Arrupe’s path to sainthood

The first step in the canonisation process of Fr Pedro Arrupe SJ will be broadcast live from Rome on Tuesday 5 February

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Good Will for Zambia

Will Robbins is a Gonzaga student running his own business selling hoodies, to raise money to build a secondary school in Zambia

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