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‘Beloved Amazonia’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ is hopeful in his assessment of Pope Francis' latest challenging document arising from his deliberations on the Amazon Synod last year

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Marking Christian Unity Week

Jesuits, colleagues, and friends all took part in various activities during Christian Unity Week the theme of which was 'Unusual Kindness'

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Ireland from one pope to another

The dramatic changes in Catholic Ireland between the visits of Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis set the theme for the summer issue of 'Studies'

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Reflecting on the abuse summit

Jesuit theologian welcomes the unmasking of the culture of clericalism and denial at Pope Francis' recent summit on abuse, in Rome

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A gritty look at ‘family’

A new book by theologian Gráinne Doherty, based on Pope Francis' 'Joy of Love', pulls no punches, according to Pat Coyle

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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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Jesuits in the news on Pope’s visit

Various Irish Jesuits were prominent in the news and media coverage during the lead-up to the visit of Pope Francis on 25 August. In particular demand was Gerry O’Hanlon SJ, whose recently published book, The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis: A Synodal Catholic Church in Ireland? (available from Messenger Publications ») was a valuable starting point for pre-visit commentary. He appeared ...

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Messenger and Pioneers at WMOF

Bernard McGuckian SJ, Mary Brady and Vera Casey spoke about the outreach work of the Pioneer Association and the Messenger Publications' best-selling books

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Pope Francis’ ‘quiet revolution’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, has just published a book on the Pope. In it he says Francis is 'trying to reverse a 1000 years of how the church is structured'

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