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Justice at last

Michael O'Sullivan SJ knew some of the Jesuits murdered in El Salvador in 1989. He reflects now on the conviction of one of their assassins over thirty years later

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‘Not optimistic but hopeful’

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice is marking forty years of service. Director Dr Kevin Hargaden outlines his vision for the challenging times ahead

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In the footsteps of St Columbcille

Bishop Alan McGuckian SJ made a 240 km pilgrimage around Derry and Donegal this summer. It impacted him on many levels.

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Another new beginning

Niall Leahy SJ was ordained to the priesthood in Gardiner Street Church Dublin, on Saturday 22 August 2020. He says it was another beginning for him

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A prophet of peace

John Hume is remembered with fondness and pride by fellow Derry native and neighbour Pat Coyle who is a journalist, and Director of Irish Jesuit Communications

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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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