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A role model for health workers and the young

St Aloysius Gonzaga's feast day in on 21 June. In a 2014 interview Barney McGuckian SJ tells Pat Coyle what makes St Aloysius such an extraordinary saint and role model

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A cannonball moment where it all began

Gráinne Delaney, chaplain in Crescent College, Limerick, describes her own 'cannonball' experience in Loyola itself – where St Ignatius had his

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Making a difference

US-based Irish Jesuit Donal Godfrey SJ features in EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum's exhibition on members of the LGBTQ+ Irish diaspora who have made a difference

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Seeing the ‘extra’ in the ordinary

Alan Hilliard's book 'Dipping into Life' provides reflections to help readers find goodness and beauty beyond the turmoil of these days

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Studies: Ireland and euthanasia

The Summer 2021 issue of Studies contributes to the public scrutiny of issues raised by Gino Kenny's 'Dying with Dignity Bill' in Dáil Eireann

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Pope Video: The beauty of marriage

The Pope Video for June sees marriage as a beautiful plan of God's and, with all the hardships it may bring, a call to holiness

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‘Cannonball moment’ on video

Jesuits, friends, and colleagues are making short 'cannonball' videos to mark the Ignatian 500 anniversaries taking place during 2021/2022. This is Christine Halloran's

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Professor Adrian Hill on Covid-19 vaccines

Belvedere College Union organised a webinar with Professor Hill of Oxford University who is instrumental for his role in developing the Astra Zeneca vaccine

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Launch of spirituality research group (SpirSoP)

Dr Jonathan Reams, from Norwegian University of Science & Technology, gave a talk on 'Soul Space for Adaptive Leadership' at the Spirituality in Society and the Professions

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