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Shining a light on the sacraments

Best-selling author Richard Leonard SJ speaks with Pat Coyle on his latest book 'Hatch, Match & Dispatch: A Catholic Guide to Sacraments'

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Book launch: ‘Deeper into the mess’

Brendan McManus SJ and Jim Deeds inspired and entertained a packed audience at the Belfast launch of their new book on praying through tough times

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Richard Devane SJ: Keeping the faith

Martin Walsh's biography of Irish Jesuit Richard Devane provides insight into the extraordinary climate of Irish Catholicism in the decades after the foundation of the state

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Books and booklets

The Messenger Publications promise a number of exciting books and booklets on saints and the writings of Pope Francis as part of their autumn 2018 catalogue.

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Mystery book promised in Messenger catalogue

The new Messenger Publications catalogue includes a wealth of books on spirituality and theology, and promises a "secret book" which will be announced soon

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And the verdict is…

RTE's Sean O'Rourke interviewed a panel of students who'd read 'Dipping into Lent', a book by DIT chaplain Alan Hilliard, published by the Jesuit Messenger Publications

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Living a mindful 2018

Loyola Press in America are to publish 'Finding God in the Mess: Meditations for Mindful Living' by Brendan McManus SJ and Jim Deeds

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New book elucidates Jesuit ‘way of proceeding’ in education

“A meditation by people in the field” is how Professor Daire Keogh described The Characteristics of Jesuit Education when he launched the book edited by Brian Grogan SJ, in St Patrick’s College Drumcondra on Thursday 22 January.

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Jesus: social revolutionary?

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice (JCFJ) has announced the publication of Jesus: social revolutionary? This new book is written by one of the JCFJ team, Peter McVerry SJ, and published by Veritas. Tony O’Riordan SJ, director of the JCFJ, states that the book is “an attempt to open a debate about the meaning of our faith and the ...

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