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If Peter were Taoiseach…

Prime Time Extra on RTE television invited Peter McVerry to tell the nation what he would do in his first 100 days if he were elected Taoiseach of the country

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Fitting tribute for Phil

Clongowes celebrated the life of Philip Fogarty SJ with a memorial Mass. Staff and pupils past and present gathered with his family and fellow Jesuits

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Reading the ‘woman at the well’

An icon of the woman at the well with Jesus is the inspiration for a meditative book on the longest gospel conversation and story

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Modernising the Church’s mission

David Stewart SJ, British Director of the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network, speaks about the use of new technologies to help disseminate the pope's monthly intentions

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Sacrament of penance

Australian Jesuit Fr Richard Leonard speaks to Pat Coyle on the sacrament of penance in light of his book 'Hatch, Match & Dispatch: A Catholic Guide to Sacraments'

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‘Unusual Kindness’

Tom Layden SJ, Province Co-Ordinator for Ecumenism, has asked Jesuits and colleagues to take part in Christian Unity Week, 18-25 January, with its theme of 'unusual kindness'

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Religious Literacy: Challenges for today

The increasing estrangement of western societies from Christian belief and practice was theme of a recent event in the Loyola Institute TCD

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New model of Church in Galway

Vera Coughlan, who was an active participant of the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture, speaks to Pat Coyle about her insight into the family as the leading image of Church

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