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JCFJ address Oireachtas Justice Committee

Irish prisoners are locked up for on average 17 hours a per day and their routine hasn't changed in 3o years, Eoin Carroll tells Justice Committee

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Hanging out with the homeless

Chris Brolly is a Jesuit novice whose vocation has been strengthened whilst working in Peter McVerry's drop-in centre for the homeless

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Jesuit working in gangland honoured

Greg Boyle SJ, founder of the Homeboy Industries, will be awarded the University of Notre Dame’s highest Honour, the Laetare Medal, this May

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Where to for the Irish Church?

The lead articles of the Spring 2017 issue of Studies all concur in the judgement that a phase – at least a phase – of Irish Catholicism has ended

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‘Crazy World’

Brendan McManus SJ, author of 'Redemption Road: Grieving on the Camino', had an unforgettable moment at a recent concert featuring the popular Irish rock band Aslan

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A retreat with a difference

'Mindfully at Home in the Cosmos' was the title of the spring retreat in Manresa, given by Dee Hennessy and Des O'Grady SJ

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Heartbroken saying goodbye

The sister of well-known author Richard Leonard SJ died on Saturday 18 March. Tracey was the catalyst for his best selling book 'Where the Hell is God?'

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Battling the booze

The Pioneer Association needs funding urgently to help promote its message of moderation as some prepare to 'drown the shamrock'

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