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Fr Nicolás resigns

Fr Adolfo Nicolás Pachón, Jesuit Superior General since January 2008, resigned his office today, during the first plenary session of the Society’s 36th General Congregation

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‘Simple, solemn, beautiful’.

At the opening Mass of GC36 Jesuits were called on to be courageous in their deliberations to choose a new leader.

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A giant in church-state history

John Courtney Murray SJ is a key figure in any discussion about Church and state in modern times. Gerry Whelan SJ spoke about him at the Loyola Institute's international conference in Trinity College Dublin.

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Jesuits discuss ‘being human today’

Jesuits involved in the intellectual apostolates of the Irish, Dutch, British, and Flanders Provinces met recently to address the theme of 'What it means to be human'.

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The Pope’s challenges in Africa

The Pope is in Africa this week and he will visit a parish where two Irish Jesuits worked. John Guiney SJ, was Parish Priest of Kangemi and is just returned from a trip there. Preparations for Pope Francis' visit are in full swing.

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May the Creator God be praised!

Pope Francis

GERRY WHELAN SJ :: The call for dialogue runs deep in the theology of Pope Francis. He insists that authentic progress will only be made in history when there is broad-based dialogue, from the international level to the most local level, on all issues of importance that relate to our communal wellbeing.

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In the shadow of the Pope

Gerry Whelan SJ paid a flying visit from Rome to his Alma Mater, Gonzaga College. He was interviewed there by RTE's Caroline Murphy about his life and work, particularly during the first two years of Pope Francis.

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