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Irish Jesuit Expert on HIV/AIDS Honoured by Government

A reception, hosted by Minister of State, Conor Lenihan TD, will take place in Iveagh House to launch the HIV and AIDS Technical Advisory Group and to formally recognise the contribution of Fr. Michael Kelly SJ...

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Farewell Mass celebrated in Sacred Heart Church, Limerick

Bishop Donal Murray of Limerick will be the principal celebrant for the final Mass of Thanksgiving to mark the closure of the Jesuits’ Sacred Heart Church in Limerick on Friday 30th June at 8pm.

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Evie Hone stained glass relocated

Five Evie Hone stained glass windows, relocated from the former student residency University  Hall, will be unveiled in the Ignatian Room, St. Francis Xavier Church, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

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MEPs Report on Visit to Cloverhill

Irish detention facilities for third country nationals are humane but the length of the detention and limitations on family rights are a cause for concern, say Irish MEPs who visited Cloverhill Detention Centre.

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Jesuit saint’s relics in Ireland

What Pope Benedict XVI has called the “Pilgrimage of the relics of St Claude de la Colombiere” is currently wending its way around the Cathedrals of Ireland.

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Jesuit Justice center challenges government

“Too many new housing developments are places where people have only time to sleep and from which they commute increasing distances with difficulty”, says planning expert...

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Belvedere Board Honours Jesuits with Hand-written book

Jesuit Provincial Fr. John Dardis will be presented with a hand-written manuscript by the Board of Management of Belvedere College as a testament to the legacy of the Jesuits to Belvedere since 1832. The manuscript is in the format of a book and contains a vellum page...

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‘Insecurity’ of Irish Society Exposed in Studies

"A Sense of Security’ is the theme of the Irish Jesuit quarterly Studies, published this Spring, 2006. with contributions on Garda Accountability, Anti-Social Behaviour, Priesthood and Homosexuality, Rights of the Disabled, Child Asylum Seekers,...

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Beyond appearances: Realities of Irish Life

“A determination not to be deceived by appearances is essential for understanding contemporary Ireland”, according to editor Fergus O’Donoghue SJ writing in the Winter issue of the Irish Jesuit journal Studies, just published.

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Jesuit Refugee Service launches journalist competition

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Europe is launching a competition for student journalists, giving them a remarkable opportunity to highlight the challenges facing refugees and asylum seekers trying to access asylum in Europe.

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