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Unleashing the Spirit of communal discernment

Fr Michael Smith SJ, International Education Officer for JRS, speaks with Pat Coyle about the dynamic process of communal discernment in its historical and contemporary context

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Deeply buried conflict in Cambodia

Ashley Evans SJ speaks to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications about his work in Cambodia where he is helping people to move on from the country's brutal regime

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Pope Francis’ ‘quiet revolution’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, has just published a book on the Pope. In it he says Francis is 'trying to reverse a 1000 years of how the church is structured'

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A church in crisis

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon SJ speaks about crisis, conscience and opportunity in the wake of Ireland's historic decision to repeal the 8th amendment

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Flying the flag for choral singing

The Schola of Clongowes Wood College recently took 1st Prize in the National Secondary Schools Competition for Choirs in the Liturgical Music Section

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Love, law and the 8th amendment

Irish Jesuit philosopher Dr Patrick Riordan discusses the 8th Amendment in light of his recent talk at Trinity College Dublin

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Dare to be holy

Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon says Pope Francis latest letter, 'Gaudete et Exsultate', is a daring and refreshing take on the call to holiness

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