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Interview with an Irish Jesuit bishop

Alan McGuckian SJ has been appointed as Bishop of Raphoe. Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications interviewed him last year in Belfast about his Jesuit life

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‘What does it all mean?’

'What does is all mean?' is the latest book from Australian Jesuit Richard Leonard SJ. The question was posed to him by a mother, after the funeral of her young child

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Guy Consolmagno

Guy Consolmagno is a Jesuit brother and director of the Vatican Observatory. In an interview with Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications, he discusses the relationship between religion and science.

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Advice from one Pope to another

Pope Francis recently presented Donald Trump with a copy of Laudato Si, caring for our common home. Does Pat Riordan SJ think he'll pay heed to it?

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Living well with Alzheimers

The 'elder project' is an initiative of Pope Francis and two Irish Jesuit works are working on it along with Loyola Press

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Going deeper with Jihad

In the wake of the Manchester Arena attack, philosopher Pat Riordan SJ says it is a mistake to simply dismiss the actions of the suicide bomber as 'evil'

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Venerable John Sullivan honoured in Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral hosted a very special occasion on Sunday, 14 June. Choral Evensong, the jewel in the crown of Anglican worship, became the context for honouring Fr John Sullivan SJ, who was recently declared Venerable.

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Fr John Sullivan and the Church of Ireland

Church of Ireland Archbishop Michael Jackson gave the post-communion reflection at the Annual Mass in thanksgiving for the life of Venerable John Sullivan SJ, in Gardiner St Church.

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Hanging out with the homeless

Chris Brolly is a Jesuit novice whose vocation has been strengthened whilst working in Peter McVerry's drop-in centre for the homeless

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