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Conspiracy theories and Covid-19

BILL TONER SJ :: The pandemic has led to a raft of conspiracy theories, which shows a sense of alienation and powerlessness and a loss of trust in public bodies.

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Renewing the face of the earth

The Jesuits in Britain and Ireland are divesting from companies whose major income is from the extraction of fossil fuels

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Reflections on Original Sin

BILL TONER SJ :: A note to introduce an article by the late John Moore SJ, Professor of Botany, on scientific problems raised by the doctrine of original sin

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What did Jesus teach us about Hell?

Bill Toner SJ :: Whatever the reality of Hell, the stress of the New Testament is decidedly on the eternal life of joy awaiting us and the infinite mercy of God.

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Reflecting on Jesuit times past

After reading through the 'Irish Jesuit Annual Letters' published recently, Bill Toner SJ reflects on the shape of Jesuit life in 17th century Ireland

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‘Above all I believe in people’

Jesuits at home and abroad along with friends and colleagues have been paying tribute to the late Winnie Ryan of Irish Jesuit Missions

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Milltown Park Library moves to DCU

The Jesuits have transferred the Milltown Park library to DCU in a partnership agreement. "It will be a living library," says the Irish Jesuit Provincial

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Jesuit treasurers meet in Poland

Proper care of elderly Jesuits was the focus of concern for Jesuit treasurers around Europe who met recently in Krakow

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