Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice

Working Notes: Migrations in our common home

June 7, 2022

The recent 'Working Notes' publishes a set of papers from an SMA summer school on 'Migrations in our Common Home'.

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Illumination in dark times

April 6, 2022

Catholic Social Thought can provide a clear light in dark times, according to Professor Anna Rowlands in the inaugural annual lecture of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice.

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Catholic social teaching in dark times

March 23, 2022

Professor Anna Rowlands speaks with Pat Coyle about Ukraine, pacifism and just war theory.

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Justice and the Irish State

February 9, 2022

An essay on prison reform is "One of the most striking pieces of analysis ever offered in 'Working Notes."

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‘Bring back the eviction ban’

January 7, 2022

A staggering 359 children have been made homeless in the last three months alone. Peter McVerry SJ calls for reinstatement of eviction ban.

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A remarkable student retreat

December 20, 2021

Students from Clongowes had a special retreat experience as they spent the day in prayer, story-telling, and reflection, on a pilgrim trail around historic Dublin churches

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‘God is not white’

December 7, 2021

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice hosted an online conversation on racism and Christianity with US theologian Dr Taido Chino.

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Evaluating COP26

November 22, 2021

Dr Ciara Murphy, Environmental Policy Advocate, reflects on her experience as an observer at the COP26 summit in Glasgow

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Jesuit staff walk to COP26

November 8, 2021

Dr Ciara Murphy, Environmental Policy Advocate, was reminded of the importance of environmental protection and the beauty of nature on the Jesuit pilgrimage to Glasgow

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Planting trees across the Irish Jesuit Province

October 8, 2021

On the last day of the Season of Creation, Jesuit works, schools, and communities planted trees across the Irish Jesuit Province as part of 'caring for our common home'

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