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Radical openness to God in school life

In his recent visitation to Clongowes, Irish Provincial Leonard Moloney spoke to students about the importance of making others feel included and welcomed into their lives

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A gift for the homeless

The Irish Jesuit Province have announced that three properties in the Gardiner Street Parish of Dublin’s north inner city will be converted to 16 apartments for the homeless

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Jesuit life in Rathfarnham Castle

Province Assistant Archivist Damien Burke writes about Jesuit life in Rathfarnham Castle during the years of rebellion and revolution in Ireland.

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A sentimental journey to Emo

On Wednesday 12 October, there will be a gathering of Jesuits and friends in Emo Court, Co. Laois, the latest in what has become a hugely successful and much-anticipated annual visit. All are welcome to join this outing. Especially welcome are any former novices who spent time there. This neoclassical mansion was purchased by the Irish Jesuit Province in 1930 to ...

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A good man remembered

Sir James Dombrain (1794-1871), who built the houses of the Jesuit Community on Leeson Street, was commemorated with a plaque at no. 36, on 23 September.

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