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Going green – have your say

The Provincial wants Jesuits, friends, volunteers, and colleagues to actively shape a new green, environmental policy plan for the Irish Jesuit Province

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Hope for 2021: Jesuit works in Dublin

Four Jesuit works on the northside of Dublin have created a video to showcase their ongoing work in the changed circumstances of recent times

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‘Caring for our common home’ webinar

Niall Leahy SJ recently hosted an international meeting on environmental justice and integral ecology with a distinct vision within Irish environmentalism

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 Reduce prison numbers, end punitive regime

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has been responding to a European report critical of the handling of mentally ill prisoners in Irish prisons

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British-Irish pooling of talents

The Joint Ecology groups from the Irish and British Provinces held their first meeting recently and agreed to work on a number of issues together

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A view from Rome

Pope Francis hit the headlines for endorsing civil unions for same-sex partnerships. Gerry Whelan SJ in Rome gives the background to this and other recent Vatican stories

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Concerns about Dóchas centre

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have expressed alarm at reports of the environment for female prisoners in the Dóchas centre, Mountjoy

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‘Not optimistic but hopeful’

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice is marking forty years of service. Director Dr Kevin Hargaden outlines his vision for the challenging times ahead

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