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World Labyrinth Day

Piaras Jackson SJ, director of Manresa Jesuit Centre of Spirituality in Dublin, speaks to Pat Coyle about World Labyrinth Day on Saturday, 4 May 2019

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Trinity honours Fr John Sullivan SJ

In a unique honour for a Trinity College Dublin graduate, the university has unveiled a commissioned portrait of Blessed John Sullivan SJ

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Food for saints and scholars

Messenger Publications have produced 'Saintly Feasts: Food for Saints and Scholars,' a novel cookery book with a difference

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An alternative atonement theory

As Good Friday approaches, spiritual director Pat Coyle speaks of the inadequacies of current atonement theory

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History of the Irish nun

Professor Deirdre Raftery delivered a lecture on “Unveiling the History of the Irish Nun: Opportunities for Research and Innovation” at the Loyola Institute

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Clongowes ‘mirrors’ family life

Mr Chris Lumb, Headmaster of Clongowes Wood College SJ, spoke about the boarding school's sense of family and togetherness at a recent event in Dublin

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A unique vision in Holy Week

Paddy Greene has an interesting take on Jesus vision during his transfiguration and its relationship to his agony in Gethsemane

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Jesuit treasurers meet in Poland

Proper care of elderly Jesuits was the focus of concern for Jesuit treasurers around Europe who met recently in Krakow

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Spirituality and the professions

Michael O'Sullivan SJ and Bernadette Flanagan are involved in the hosting of a unique international conference in Waterford

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We could be heroes

'The hero' was the title of a workshop led recently by David Tuohy SJ for Jesuit educators in Manresa, Spain

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