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Life through the lens of Ireland’s first Jesuits

A new book on letters by Irish Jesuits in the 17th century shows that although they were very small in number at the time, the Jesuits we making their mark across Ireland

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Lynching: India’s shame

Cedric Prakash SJ, has returned to India from Ireland and is appalled and shamed by what is happening in his native country

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Finding joy in mental anguish

Gavin T. Murphy, mental health and well-being blogger, speaks about his first book on spirituality and mental health published by Messenger Publications

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Quality presence for Northern ministry

Terry Howard SJ speaks to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications about learning to appreciate his unique gift of spiritual direction among the people of Northern Ireland

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The spiritual dimension of design

Professor Stuart Walker, Chair of Design for Sustainability at Lancaster University, speaks to Pat Coyle about a more explicit consideration of values in the work of designers today

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Youth ministry in Belfast

Terry Howard SJ speaks to Pat Coyle about setting up a young adult ministry in Belfast in collaboration with the Diocese of Down and Connor

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Men wanted for mini-pilgrimage

Brendan McManus SJ is organising a three-day pilgrimage from Ballintubber to the top of Croagh Patrick over the August bank holiday

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The spirituality of music

Kevin Jackson, composer and jazz pianist improviser, speaks to Pat Coyle about music as a profession of contemplative journey

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Body, spirituality and passion

Canadian academic Celeste Snowber speaks about the role of the body as central to how people live, move, breathe, question, and uncover passion and voice.

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Psychology and religion – truce time

Leading Psychologist and Professor of Religion, Ralph Hood, says experiences of figures such as Saint Paul and Martin Luther cannot be reduced to 'medical conditions'

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