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‘An unassuming Jesuit’

Jerry O'Connell SJ was a missionary who died in his beloved Zambia last November. Peter Carroll SJ recalls his life of service as a 'humble, unassuming Jesuit'.

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Covid-19 emergency appeal

Restrictions on movement imposed to prevent Covid-19 spreading in African countries have had a catastrophic impact on vulnerable communities according to Irish Jesuit Missions

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Mission possible

The Covid-19 crisis has presented Jesuits and their colleagues with plenty of challenges but the work goes on, often in imaginative ways

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‘Above all I believe in people’

Jesuits at home and abroad along with friends and colleagues have been paying tribute to the late Winnie Ryan of Irish Jesuit Missions

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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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Love at the heart of mission

The love of God shown by Jesuit missionaries was matched by their love of people, said Provincial Leonard Moloney SJ at a recent Mass for the relatives of deceased missionaries

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Into the Zambian groove

Irish Jesuit Provincial Leonard Moloney SJ is finding great energy in the Jesuit missions of Zambia and Malawi

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