Centre for Faith and Justice

Deep ecological conversion needed in these crisis times

November 11, 2020

October's Working Notes sounds the alarm about accelerating ecological breakdown and other threats to healthy human existence brought into focus by the pandemic

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Reflecting on integral ecology in Laudato Si’

July 8, 2020

JCFJ's latest Working Notes is dedicated to integral ecology, the complex relationships and systems that bind humankind to all aspects of God's creation

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Mission possible

April 8, 2020

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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How do we think theologically about general elections?

January 29, 2020

KEVIN HARGADEN :: Elections are a serious business, even if experience leaves us with reduced expectations

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A time of risks and threats

November 19, 2019

October's Working Notes takes a look at concrete issues of public policy but views them in terms of the conceptual framework which informs them

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JCFJ critiques disastrous government response to homelessness

July 20, 2019

Fr Peter McVerry SJ and the JCFJ have expressed their deep criticism of the government's homelessness action plan, Rebuilding Ireland, on its third anniversary

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Climate Action Plan: Will we adapt to climate chaos?

July 11, 2019

CIARA MURPHY (JCFJ) :: The Government's Climate Action Plan lacks urgency and shows no awareness of the scale of the impending crisis.

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Ireland after the Climate Action Plan: A laggard, a leader, or a middle-manager?

July 11, 2019

KEITH ADAMS (JCFJ) :: Disappointment after realising that the Government's Climate Action Plan promises more than it delivers.

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The Climate Action Plan theologically considered

July 2, 2019

KEVIN HARGADEN :: In spite of the initial positive reception, there are good reasons why enthusiasm for the Government's Climate Action Plan has dampened.

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Responding to false claims about homelessness

January 11, 2019

Kevin Hargaden of JCFJ responds to misleading statements of former Housing Agency chair, Conor Skehan

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