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Mission to a suffering people

Fr Thomas J Morrissey's new book is the story of how Irish Jesuits used the values, talents and networks of the Jesuit order to subvert the will of the British empire

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Irish Jesuits and the London IRA, 1921

Damien Burke :: Archival background on Fr William McElligott SJ, whose IRA service medal for the War of Independence years was gifted to the Irish Province recently

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The Bermingham chalice on show

The Jesuits in Galway are marking the 400th anniversary of the Bermingham chalice this year, an ornate artifact gifted to Fr John Bermingham in 1620

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Fr Adolfo Nicolás RIP

"A wise, humble and free man" - Fr Adolfo Nicolás, former Superior General of the Jesuits, died today

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An Easter message

Leonard Moloney speaks of pain, hope and 'building the universe' in a video message to Jesuits, colleagues, and friends

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Reflecting on Jesuit times past

After reading through the 'Irish Jesuit Annual Letters' published recently, Bill Toner SJ reflects on the shape of Jesuit life in 17th century Ireland

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