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‘Talking the walk’ in Drongen

Jesuits and colleagues from Ireland, Britain and the Low Countries took part in a three-day media training workshop in Drongen

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Abundant grace

The ordination of Alan McGuckian SJ as Bishop of Raphoe was both a moving and uplifting event

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Always young in heart

Stephen Redmond SJ spent his life writing, teaching and composing music, including a song for the Eurovision in 1969. He died on Saturday, aged ninety-seven

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‘Why would you join the Jesuits?’

Why would you join the Jesuits?

'Why would you join the Jesuits?', the third phase of the Irish Jesuit digital vocations strategy, went live on Wednesday 20 July.

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How to make good decisions

Brian Grogan SJ's latest book, Making Good Decisions, is just out. It takes a fresh and interactive approach to good decision making, and is a good guide for anyone trying to make wise choices.

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Powerful video from Pope

The Pope has made a moving short video, the first ever to promote prayer worldwide for his monthly intention. He calls on people of different faiths to work together for peace and justice.

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Looking back, looking forward

The homelessness crisis here and the migrant crisis in Europe – two of the issues Tom Layden SJ, Irish Jesuit Provincial, addresses in a review of the year with Pat Coyle.

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