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Why did the Jesuits elect Fr Sosa?

Michael O'Sullivan SJ says that to understand why the Jesuits elected someone like Fr Sosa, one has to look at the context, as well as the man himself.

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Being called to forgive

Richard Leonard SJ has identified six themes that permeate Pope Francis' thinking on mercy. He spoke about them to the thousands who came to Knock Shrine.

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The ‘scandal’ of God’s mercy

Three years ago Pat Storey became the first woman bishop in Ireland and the UK. She speaks here about her personal understanding and experience of mercy in this jubilee year.

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‘God, You’re Breaking My Heart’

'God, you're breaking my heart', is a new book by Brian Grogan SJ exploring the problem of evil and suffering and the possibilities of a powerful spiritual response to it.

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Provincial asks for prayers for GC36

Irish Jesuit Provincial, Tom Layden, talks about the preparations made and the prayers needed for the Jesuit Order’s thirty-sixth General Congregation which will be held in Rome in October 2016.

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A giant in church-state history

John Courtney Murray SJ is a key figure in any discussion about Church and state in modern times. Gerry Whelan SJ spoke about him at the Loyola Institute's international conference in Trinity College Dublin.

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Pioneering spirit in Africa

As Director of the Pioneer Association in Zambia, Charlie Searson SJ has helped to devise a government policy to meet chronic alcohol abuse. Sadly this policy is now under attack from vested interests

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Serving need not creed

Michael Zammit SJ recently met the Jesuit Refugee staff who cook meals for eight thousand people every day, in Aleppo, Syria.

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A Presbyterian take on mercy

Rev Alan Boal speaks about Pope Francis and mercy in the wake of recent gangland killings on his doorstep.

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