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Doing Ignatius today

Irish Jesuits and colleagues attended two days of reflection and 'spiritual conversation' by Martin Scroope, who oversees formation and leadership in the Australian Jesuit Province

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The power of everyday mysticism

Speaking at the AGM of Irish schools trust Ceist, Pat Coyle proposed a route to take in response to these difficult times for the Church

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Advent – a time of contradictions

Dr Kevin Hargaden of JCFJ spoke with Pat Coyle about the importance of spiritual nourishment during the often-difficult time of Advent

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Where has it all gone wrong?

Catherine Devitt, JCFJ's Environmental Justice Officer, examines why Ireland has such a disastrous reputation on climate change

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Irish TDs and Senators: 1918 –2018

Dr Tony White outlines the connection between the Jesuits and 100 years of Dáil Éireann, in an interview about his latest book

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Does Common Good mean anything?

Dr Patrick Riordan SJ is concerned about populism's common but unreflective use of the term 'the common good'

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‘Going but not leaving’

All Souls and All Saints day are really two sides of the one mysterious reality that is death, according to Dermot Roantree

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A gritty look at ‘family’

A new book by theologian Gráinne Doherty, based on Pope Francis' 'Joy of Love', pulls no punches, according to Pat Coyle

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