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Praying with De Mello

John Callanan SJ speaks about the life of meditation teacher Anthony de Mello and his profound influence on people's prayer

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Seamus Heaney: Poet and friend

On the eight anniversary of his death, Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney is remembered in an archived interview with his friend and Irish Jesuit Fr Brendan Duddy

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New research unit for SpIRE/WIT

Michael O'Sullivan SJ, Director of SpIRE, discusses the latest developments in the spirituality institute of research and education

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‘Feed the Beast’

Poet and theologian Pádraig O'Tuama speaks to Pat Coyle about his experience of being Christian, gay and exorcised

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‘Holier than thou’

Michael McGuckian SJ

Michael McGuckian SJ explains the intriguing and untold story of the row during Vatican II about who is holier than who in Church teaching

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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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‘Borders and belonging’

Pádraig Ó Tuama, poet and theologian, speaks to Pat Coyle about a unique post-Brexit workshop that started a process of healing across the North and Britain

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Going green – have your say

The Provincial wants Jesuits, friends, volunteers, and colleagues to actively shape a new green, environmental policy plan for the Irish Jesuit Province

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Exploring the Ignatian tradition

Dr Brian O'Leary's latest book on Ignatian Spirituality is a compilation of his articles and lectures from down the years and now updated

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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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