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Tag Archives: Covid-19

Pandemic populism

KEVIN HARGADEN :: The Irish government's recent failures to put the common good before private interest in managing the pandemic display a brand of populist thinking.

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Our ‘Can-Do’ attitude

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Barack Obama speaks of a deep joy from sharing in our pain and suffering, a heartfulness beyond our individual efforts.

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2020 through 13 blogposts

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: A guide to the blogpost coverage of this extraordinary year of lockdowns, restrictions, isolation, and insulation

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A merry, mindful Christmas

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Multimedia reflections on faith and mindfulness to invite people to flourish during the festive season.

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A message of joy from the Provincial

Fr Leonard Moloney SJ speaks of the qualitative difference between 'happiness' and 'joy' in his video Christmas message to Jesuits, colleagues, and their families and friends

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Covid-19 in 2020

Frank Brady has co-edited a book of essays as Gaeilge focussing on the experience of people living through the pandemic that changed the world

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