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Fr Eddie O’Donnell SJ reflects on Father Browne’s Titanic photo album

Religious obedience, Fr Frank Browne SJ was fond of noting, can save your life. He would know, having been ordered off the Titanic by his Provincial. His collection of photographs of the great liner, discovered by Fr Eddie O’Donnell among a collection of more than 40,000 negatives, are an extraordinary record, consulted even by James Cameron for the making of ...

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An astronomers take on the first Jesuit Pope

Guy Consolmagno SJ is a Jesuit brother and Vatican astronomer. He gave the JCC a lengthy interview on a recent visit to Ireland just after the election of Pope Francis. In this short clip he talks about the first Jesuit Pope.

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The Irish Jesuit who lived with the Pope

In the late early eighties Fr James Kelly SJ lived for a number of years with Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis. He says his leadership skills were the best he’s ever seen. That, and more….

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Fr Jim Corkery SJ reflects on the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI

Irish Jesuit theologian Jim Corkery studied under Josef Ratzinger and is the author of a book on his theology. This is a lecture he gave to the Irish Theological Association exploring the legacy of the theologian-pope. The last few minutes of his talk are missing.

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Loyola Press – helping children with special needs

Irish born Jesuit Paul Campbell is the Publisher with Loyola Press in Chicago. He talks about the work of the press and a new initiative they’ve developed for children with special needs.

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Why bother praying? Debunking myths about God and prayer

Australian Jesuit Richard Leonard debunked many of the myths people believe about the role of God in human suffering in his last book, ‘Where the Hell is God?’ The controversy he stirred in that book, particularly about prayers of petition, has resulted in his just published book ‘Why Bother Praying?’ He talks here to Pat Coyle about this theme.

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