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A holy row

Michael McGuckian SJ tells the intriguing story of a dispute that arose during Vatican II over who was holier than who, which is still causing problems today

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New post-grad certificate in theology

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is offering a new one-year post-graduate certificate in Christian theology starting this September

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The Lonergan method in Hong Kong

Theologian Gerry Whelan SJ is working with Jesuits and their co-workers in Hong Kong where the Chinese government has been clamping down on pro-democracy protestors.

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God did not send the coronavirus

Richard Leonard SJ :: Some people like to see God as the Being who wills suffering on the world. This is not a true Christian understanding of suffering. God may permit suffering but God does not will it

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Update from South Sudan

Tony O'Riordan SJ is in daily contact with colleagues in South Sudan who are trying to source soap for refugees

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A word from America

Paul Campbell is an Irish Jesuit based in Georgetown, Washington DC. For the first time, he can hear the birds singing outside his window

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