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God answering through creation

Pedro Walpole SJ, who gave a testimony at the Pentecost Prayer Vigil, spoke about the simplicity of the Israelites on the move

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Contemplative nothingness

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Looking to a solitary figure in the wilderness may speak of our pain and faith during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Pentecost prayer vigil

The half-hour online prayer vigil is a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, taking place on Saturday, May 30, at 7 pm Irish time

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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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Students finish year in song

Jesuit schools have marked the end of the academic year for sixth year students in various ways, including a virtual rendition of 'You Raise Me Up'

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Gonzaga alumni on the frontline

A video series by Gonzaga College SJ highlights the efforts made by past pupils working for patients, the homeless and their communities during the Covid-19 crisis

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We need to talk

The head of the Jesuit Order asks Jesuits and co-workers to engage in spiritual conversation about the future

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Resurrection in dark times

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: The death-resurrection experience of Jesus, is a continual process that marks our lives and shapes our Covid-19 world.

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Praying with grief in a Covid-19 world

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ and JIM DEEDS :: Reflections and prayers to help the bereaved to come to terms with grief, made harder than ever by the coronavirus lockdown

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A bird’s call

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: A reflection and guided meditation on finding God in nature and in the "sound of sheer silence".

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