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Loyola Press – helping children with special needs

Irish born Jesuit Paul Campbell is the Publisher with Loyola Press in Chicago. He talks about the work of the press and a new initiative they’ve developed for children with special needs.

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Why bother praying? Debunking myths about God and prayer

Australian Jesuit Richard Leonard debunked many of the myths people believe about the role of God in human suffering in his last book, ‘Where the Hell is God?’ The controversy he stirred in that book, particularly about prayers of petition, has resulted in his just published book ‘Why Bother Praying?’ He talks here to Pat Coyle about this theme.

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Finding God in suffering

Australian Jesuit Richard Leonard’s sister Tracey was left a quadriplegic after a freak accident at the age of 28. In her daughter’s hospital room his mother asked – ‘Where the hell is God in all this?’ Her agonized question and his struggle with it resulted in the book entitled as the question. Listen here to a talk he gave on ...

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Redemption Road: Grieving on the Camino

Struggling to come to terms with his brother’s suicide, Jesuit priest Brendan McManus decides to walk the Camino de Santiago, the famous Spanish pilgrimage route, where he undergoes a profoundly transformative journey of rebirth and renewal that moves through grief and anger to hope, gratitude and acceptance.

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