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Working together for world peace

Bishop Alan McGuckian SJ has welcomed the first International Day of Human Fraternity and says we are all called to respond to global injustice

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Pilgrim package for Lent

New books by Messenger Publications help readers to deepen their devotion and find inner wisdom

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Destroying our ecosystem is sinful

Ireland is the worst of 57 countries for its carbon emissions. Dr Kevin Hargaden of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says this is structural sin

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Misogyny and the Mother and Baby homes

Jesuit theologian Dr Gerry O'Hanlon believes there are important lessons to be learnt from the recent Mother and Baby Homes report

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Funeral of Dermot Brangan SJ

At Fr Dermot Brangan's funeral Mass in Tokyo, he was portrayed as a gentle, wise and gracious Jesuit who liked to pray

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