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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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Studies examines Catholicism after reports

Ian Elliot, CEO of the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church, is the guest speaker at the launch of a special edition of the Jesuit journal Studies on the future of Catholicism in the wake of recent reports...

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Jesuit author debunks myths around God and suffering

Australian Jesuit and internationally known author and film critic Richard Leonard, debunks many of the myths people believe about the role of God in human suffering, in his latest book Where the Hell is God?

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“Joyce Jealous of Cardinal Newman”, says Jesuit Author

Cardinal Newman, who will be beatified by Pope Benedict in September, is the subject of a lecture by well-known author Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, in Gardiner St Church, Wed 1 Sept, at 7.30pm, 2011.

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Jesuit’s new book on Democracy and public happiness

Democracy and Public Happiness is the name and theme of a new book by Edmond Grace SJ, launched by Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Eamon Ryan on Thursday, June 28th, 2007 at 6pm in the Rotunda Hall, City Hall, Dame St., Dublin 2.

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Taoiseach prays to Jesuit priest

Outgoing Taoiseach Bertie Ahern concluded his final Dáil session with a quote from the renowned saintly Jesuit, Fr John Sullivan. Mr Ahern urged that life be taken “in instalments” and that each day be a new beginning:

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