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The ‘scandalous’ love of God

'Hope is being loved' was the title of the talk given by Pat Coyle at the annual Novena of Hope in the Graan Passionist Monastery, Enniskillen

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Discerning the voice of the Lord

“The times in which we live demand that we develop a profound capacity of discernment,” Pope Francis says in the March edition of 'The Pope Video'.

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A champion at the front

A number of centenary events took place in 2017 to mark the life and death of Fr Willie Doyle SJ, a Jesuit chaplain who was killed at Passchendaele. An exhibition also continued in 2018.

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Religious Imagination and Public Life

Edmond Grace SJ argued in a recent lecture that the exclusion of religious discourse from public life gives free rein to fundamentalism and crass populism.

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The science of spirituality

Michael O'Sullivan of SpIRE explains how spirituality has unhelpfully been understood as belonging exclusively to the domain of the private and detached

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A deepening of faith with the Messenger

The Sacred Heart Messenger for the month of March contains a wide-range of articles such as decision-making with Brian Grogan SJ, the life of Saint Patrick with John Scally, and tracker mortgages with Kevin Hargaden.

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The courage to turn inward

Brendan McManus SJ, newly appointed delegate of spirituality, speaks to Pat Coyle about his ministry of spiritual direction and his Jesuit life

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Lent, the bible and the housing crisis

Kevin Hargaden, social justice theologian with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has written a lenten retreat with a difference, in order to make a difference

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