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Life through the lens of Ireland’s first Jesuits

A new book on letters by Irish Jesuits in the 17th century shows that although they were very small in number at the time, the Jesuits we making their mark across Ireland

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The many faces of crime

The late summer issue of Working Notes goes beyond the definition of crime in relation to the law to include cases of 'economic crime', 'carbon crime' and crime with regard to sin

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Preserving Tonga culture

Padraig Swan, who has been visiting the Zambia-Malawi Province for many years, reports on the process of transferring archives of Tonga culture to an online platform

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Schools of Human Development

In The Pope Video for August, the Holy Father asks that families, through their life of prayer and love, become true places of human growth

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Lynching: India’s shame

Cedric Prakash SJ, has returned to India from Ireland and is appalled and shamed by what is happening in his native country

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Finding joy in mental anguish

Gavin T. Murphy, mental health and well-being blogger, speaks about his first book on spirituality and mental health published by Messenger Publications

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Journeying with Jesuits

Seven young men and two Jesuits experienced the highs and lows of pilgrimage in County Mayo

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Strong Irish presence at Jesuit studies symposium

Participants at an archivist conference in Boston College heard about four-hundred-year-old letters of St Ignatius found inside the columns of an altar to Our Lady in 2016

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