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Climate change is a justice issue

The JCFJ have put their focus on justice for the poor in their submission to Citizens' Assembly which convenes in Dublin this weekend to discuss climate change

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A warm Jesuit welcome at the Ploughing

Jesuits and colleagues met thousands of visitors at the purpose-built Jesuit tent in the National Ploughing Championships for the third year in a row

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Loyola Institute honours John Main OSB

The Loyola Institute TCD, hosted an international conference in honour of spiritual master John Main OSB, who studied and taught in the college

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Going global with prayer

Finding new and effective ways to promote the pope's prayer intentions was the focus of a recent meeting in Vienna

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Clongowes boys in Lourdes

Five Clongowes students travelled to Lourdes on 7 September as part of the Dublin Diocesan Annual Pilgrimage. It was for them an "amazing experience".

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Democracy in peril

The theme of the current issue of Studies is the threats posed in recent times to democracy, even in some of the world's most staunchly democratic states

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Refugees real teachers of leadership skills

Joe Greenan, Human Resources Director of the Irish Jesuit Province, learnt some hard lessons about leadership on a recent visit to a refugee camp in Lebanon

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Jesuits at the front

An exhibition focusing on Tipperary-born Fr Michael Bergin SJ, who was killed in Flanders in 1917, will take place in Roscrea Library, from 2-31 October

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