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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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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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‘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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