Podcasts

Love and the law

June 20, 2022

Richard Leonard SJ gives traditional church teaching on gospel values a modern day make-over in his latest book 'The Law of Love: Modern Language for Ancient Wisdom.'

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Gospel of life

June 17, 2022

Fr Dave and Fr Niall get into the topical subject of Catholic Social Teaching and the dignity of life.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Work work work

June 3, 2022

Fr Dave Lugo and Fr Niall Leahy talk about the theology of work and discuss some of the real issues affecting workers today.

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A Pentecostal blessing

May 23, 2022

Mark Patrick Hederman shares a reflection on Pentecost entitled ‘The Holy Spirit is in the Air that we Breathe’. It is taken from the album 'Biscantorat', recorded with the Monks...

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A pastoral Pope

May 23, 2022

Is Pope Francis an academic? Gerry Whelan SJ is Director of Fundamental Theology in the Gregorian University in Rome. He has an interesting answer.

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Welcoming Ukrainian refugees – Dreams for Belfast Jesuit Centre

May 23, 2022

Gerry Clarke SJ speaks to Pat Coyle about his shared dreams for the new Belfast Jesuit Centre including initiatives for Ukrainian refugees.

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European Jesuit Provincials in Portugal

May 18, 2022

Fr Leonard Moloney SJ tells Pat Coyle that the Ukrainian crisis was on top of the agenda at a meeting with other Provincials.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: Care of God’s creation

May 18, 2022

American Jesuit Dave Lugo and Irish Jesuit Niall Leahy catch up after Easter and dive into Pope Francis’ encyclical on the care of creation.

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Re-imagining the Church

April 25, 2022

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ is hopeful that the synodal process will bring about real change in the church.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: The promise of death and resurrection

April 15, 2022

In this Good Friday episode, Fr. Niall looks at live through the lens of the Paschal Mystery.

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