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O’Brien Library sale in Sotheby’s

There was significant interest in the sale of the William O’Brien Library, which was part of the Milltown Charitable Trust. It took place on Wednesday 8 June in Sotheby's in London

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Irish Jesuit new Bishop of Raphoe

Fr Alan McGuckian SJ has been named as the new Bishop of Raphoe by Pope Francis. Fellow Bishops have expressed warm congratulations

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Advice from one Pope to another

Pope Francis recently presented Donald Trump with a copy of Laudato Si, caring for our common home. Does Pat Riordan SJ think he'll pay heed to it?

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JRS seeks implementation of landmark ruling

Eugene Quinn, JRS Ireland, has called on the government to allow asylum seekers to start working immediately, in light of the recent historic Supreme Court ruling

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Blessed John’s gift of presence

Declan O'Keeffe, Head of Communications at Clongowes Wood College, reflects on the mass of thanksgiving for the beatification of Fr John Sullivan SJ which took place on 20 May 2017.

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Living well with Alzheimers

The 'elder project' is an initiative of Pope Francis and two Irish Jesuit works are working on it along with Loyola Press

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Going deeper with Jihad

In the wake of the Manchester Arena attack, philosopher Pat Riordan SJ says it is a mistake to simply dismiss the actions of the suicide bomber as 'evil'

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The rich life or the good life?

How does wealth encourage or hinder joy? A recent multi-disciplinary conference came up with some interesting answers

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Honoured on home turf

Bishop Denis Nulty celebrated The Mass of Thanksgiving for the beatification of Fr John Sullivan SJ, in Clongowes Wood College Co. Kildare. It was a joyful occasion

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