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The two Popes

Gerry Whelan SJ gives his take from Rome on the 'celibacy rule' controversy concerning Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict

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Peter McVerry: A dose of reality

The social justice campaigner offers in his latest book a reflection on issues from homelessness and drugs to justice and faith, as seen from the perspective of the poor

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Launch of JCFJ’s strategic plan

Kevin Hargaden, team leader at JCFJ, spoke with Pat Coyle ahead of the launch of the think-tank's strategic plan 2019-2023

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Mission accomplished

Charlie Davy SJ recalls the variety and depth of work carried out in the Galway Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture over the last thirteen years

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Mixed emotions as spirituality centre closes

Willie Reynolds SJ and Amy Hallett Cusack speak to Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications about the closure and legacy of the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture in Galway

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A life-changing prayer

Pat Coyle, Director of Irish Jesuit Communications, introduced the examen to participants in a monthly course on prayer in the Avila Carmelite retreat centre

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Victim of its own success

An Irish parish group which raises funds for education and food for children in a Jesuit parish in Zambia is facing major challenges due to its success

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Marriage and ‘amazing grace’

Richard Leonard SJ explains his personal attitude to marrying and walking with young people amid changing circumstances and puts great trust in the grace of the sacrament

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A Jesuit’s take on Brexit

David Stewart SJ shares some important insights into what is happening in Britain and the future of the UK on foot of the Brexit fallout

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