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Five years of Pope Francis

On the 5th anniversary of Pope Francis' election, Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry Whelan SJ in Rome, offers his highlights and lowlights of the papacy

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Mary McAleese and the Jesuit theologian

Mary McAleese quoted Gerry O'Hanlon SJ in her critical speech on how women are treated in the Catholic church. The Irish Jesuit theologian explains why

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The ‘scandalous’ love of God

'Hope is being loved' was the title of the talk given by Pat Coyle at the annual Novena of Hope in the Graan Passionist Monastery, Enniskillen

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The courage to turn inward

Brendan McManus SJ, newly appointed delegate of spirituality, speaks to Pat Coyle about his ministry of spiritual direction and his Jesuit life

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The Jesuit mission in Myanmar

Mark Raper SJ says it's a blessing to be a Jesuit on mission in Myanmar at this critical time of both hope and persecution

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Stocking up for Lent

Messenger Publications, the Jesuit publishing house in Ireland, has a line up of books to be published both for Lent and Easter time

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Landmark for Messenger magazine

The iconic Sacred Heart Messenger magazine was founded in 1888 by Father James Cullen SJ. He was given a room and a £1 note and 'the rest is history'

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Running as a spiritual experience

Patrick Muldoon is a marathon runner who experiences running as a life enhancing time of prayer and gratitude which nourishes his faith

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