Podcasts

Faith in Venice

July 6, 2022

There are still some places available for the annual Jesuit-run Faith and Politics Seminar in Venice this August. The seminar is for young adults from around the world working in...

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A meeting to remember

July 5, 2022

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ attended the all Ireland pre-synod gathering in Clonmacnoise. It was an amazing event.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Social Fruitful Hopeful

July 1, 2022

Fr Niall and Fr Dave wrap up for the summer and reflect on their series on Catholic Social Teaching.

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Love and the law

June 20, 2022

Richard Leonard SJ gives traditional church teaching on gospel values a modern day make-over in his latest book 'The Law of Love: Modern Language for Ancient Wisdom.'

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Gospel of life

June 17, 2022

Fr Dave and Fr Niall get into the topical subject of Catholic Social Teaching and the dignity of life.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Work work work

June 3, 2022

Fr Dave Lugo and Fr Niall Leahy talk about the theology of work and discuss some of the real issues affecting workers today.

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A Pentecostal blessing

May 23, 2022

Mark Patrick Hederman shares a reflection on Pentecost entitled ‘The Holy Spirit is in the Air that we Breathe’. It is taken from the album 'Biscantorat', recorded with the Monks...

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A pastoral Pope

May 23, 2022

Is Pope Francis an academic? Gerry Whelan SJ is Director of Fundamental Theology in the Gregorian University in Rome. He has an interesting answer.

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Welcoming Ukrainian refugees – Dreams for Belfast Jesuit Centre

May 23, 2022

Gerry Clarke SJ speaks to Pat Coyle about his shared dreams for the new Belfast Jesuit Centre including initiatives for Ukrainian refugees.

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European Jesuit Provincials in Portugal

May 18, 2022

Fr Leonard Moloney SJ tells Pat Coyle that the Ukrainian crisis was on top of the agenda at a meeting with other Provincials.

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