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Twenty years a-thriving

The Irish Jesuit Sacred Space online prayer website is one of the top most-visited prayer websites in the world, a new analytics survey reveals

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Sale of Milltown Park land

Sale of land in Milltown Park will benefit a number of Jesuit projects and ensure lay collaboration into the future

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The priests’ way of life

Nikolaas Sintobin SJ, a Flemish Jesuit who has close connections with the Irish Province, features in this month's Pope Video on active solidarity with those who are most poor

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“A book to relish”

High praise from Michael Comyn, presenter of RTE Radio 1's 'Leap of Faith' programme, for the 'Routledge International Handbook of Spirituality in Society and the Professions'

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Crescent helps combat malaria

Crescent College Comprehensive SJ students and staff raised €1,500 to buy Mosquito nets for fellow students in Uganda

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Psychology and religion – truce time

Leading Psychologist and Professor of Religion, Ralph Hood, says experiences of figures such as Saint Paul and Martin Luther cannot be reduced to 'medical conditions'

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Still hope for Europe

JRS Ireland declare their satisfaction that European citizens have repudiated an anti-migrant version of Europe

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Being a spiritual scholar

David Coghlan SJ spoke about the inseparability of his spirituality and his work as an academic, at a conference on 'Spirituality in Society and the Professions'

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Farewell to trad musicians

Ms Catherine Heslin, music teacher of Clongowes Wood College SJ, reports on the success of the graduating students who have played with the Trad group for the last six years

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Book launch: ‘Deeper into the mess’

Brendan McManus SJ and Jim Deeds inspired and entertained a packed audience at the Belfast launch of their new book on praying through tough times

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