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A spirituality of failure

In his new book on walking the Ignatian Camino, Brendan McManus describes what he learned along the pilgrim way

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God did not send the coronavirus

Richard Leonard SJ :: Some people like to see God as the Being who wills suffering on the world. This is not a true Christian understanding of suffering. God may permit suffering but God does not will it

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Update from South Sudan

Tony O'Riordan SJ is in daily contact with colleagues in South Sudan who are trying to source soap for refugees

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A word from America

Paul Campbell is an Irish Jesuit based in Georgetown, Washington DC. For the first time, he can hear the birds singing outside his window

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Mission possible

The Covid-19 crisis has presented Jesuits and their colleagues with plenty of challenges but the work goes on, often in imaginative ways

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Sacrament of the sick

Richard Leonard SJ, author of 'Where the Hell is God?', talks to Pat Coyle about a holistic view of healing in light of the signs of the times

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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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Praying through tough times

Brendan McManus SJ speaks about his latest book with Jim Deeds in light of their retreats on practical approaches to prayer for the messy times

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