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‘Believing is belonging’

The annual Sacred Heart Novena in Gardiner St Church, held solely online for the first time, was a 'strangely gratifying experience'

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An Irish perspective on Laudato Si’

People from around the world attended the launch of a Messenger Publications book by Dr Dermot Lane, marking the fifth anniversary of 'Laudato Sí

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Studies: Remembering Peter Sutherland

The Summer issue of Studies is dedicated to the distinguished Irishman Peter Sutherland, a former Gonzaga alumnus, who passed away in 2018

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‘Black Lives Matter’

Donal Godfrey SJ shares a powerful statement against racism from his Loyola Community in San Francisco

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The sacredness of secular music

Brendan McManus SJ explains his love of music, and the intrinsic connection he feels it has with the spiritual life.

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A retreat with poets

Fr Brendan Comerford SJ reflects on the lives and poems of six different poets who share a deep sensitivity to the Sacramental presence of God

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Care for oneself, care for others

Brendan McManus SJ led an international webinar for educators who work in Jesuit schools on the theme of caring for oneself and one's students during the Covid-19 crisis

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