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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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‘We can breathe again’

Donal Godfrey SJ speaks from the United States about a number of issues arising from the 2020 election including the role played by religious groupings

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A view from Rome

Pope Francis hit the headlines for endorsing civil unions for same-sex partnerships. Gerry Whelan SJ in Rome gives the background to this and other recent Vatican stories

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The challenges of ‘Fratelli Tutti’

Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon discusses the significance of Pope Francis' latest encyclical in which the Pope gives his unique take on 'the signs of the times'

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Justice at last

Michael O'Sullivan SJ knew some of the Jesuits murdered in El Salvador in 1989. He reflects now on the conviction of one of their assassins over thirty years later

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‘Not optimistic but hopeful’

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice is marking forty years of service. Director Dr Kevin Hargaden outlines his vision for the challenging times ahead

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In the footsteps of St Colmcille

Bishop Alan McGuckian SJ made a 240 km pilgrimage around Derry and Donegal this summer. It impacted him on many levels.

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Another new beginning

Niall Leahy SJ was ordained to the priesthood in Gardiner Street Church Dublin, on Saturday 22 August 2020. He says it was another beginning for him

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A prophet of peace

John Hume is remembered with fondness and pride by fellow Derry native and neighbour Pat Coyle who is a journalist, and Director of Irish Jesuit Communications

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A holy row

Michael McGuckian SJ tells the intriguing story of a dispute that arose during Vatican II over who was holier than who, which is still causing problems today

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