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Jesuit Journal Asks How to Make Ireland a Caring Society

“Caring is costly, empathy is cheap”, claims Fergus O’Donoghue, in his editorial in the spring edition of the Jesuit Journal Studies, ‘Making Ireland a Caring Society’. “Empathy abounds on our airwaves and allows presenters...

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‘Spirituality Serving Survivors of Trauma’

A groundbreaking International conference to be held in Belfast from March 9-13. Trauma and Spirituality: An International Dialogue, will bring together health professionals and faith leaders from all faiths...

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Jesuit ‘Studies’ on ‘How to reform Ireland’

"Deference and obsequiousness are the basic Irish flaws" writes Eoin O’Malley in his article More Conflict Please: Reforming the Irish Political System’. It’s one of a series of hard hitting articles on ‘Reforming Irish Systems’...

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Leading Jesuit calls for a Third Vatican Council

The Irish Catholic Church urgently needs a National Assembly to address the crisis in which it is embroiled. And since the crisis has implications for the Church world-wide, a ‘Third Vatican Council’ is also required.

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Fr Browne’s Titanic Album launch in Cobh Heritage Centre

“The best Titanic photos in the world”, and taken by an Irishman, feature in a newly published edition of Fr Brown’s Titanic Album: The largest extant collection of photos taken onboard the Titanic have been digitalised...

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