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Caring for Our Common Home: The Jesuit Response

April 13, 2016

Jesuits and colleagues met recently to discuss how best the Jesuit Province in Ireland could respond to the urgent problem of climate change and environmental degradation.

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The big sleep-out

December 21, 2015

Belvedere students are gearing up for their annual Sleep-Out and Fast to raise money to tackle homelessness. They'll be on Dublin's city centre streets from Tuesday 22 Dec until Christmas...

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Two great tasks of our time

December 3, 2015

Jesuits and colleagues ask how they can respond more effectively to the challenges of global justice issues.

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Sensitivity of heart

audio June 16, 2015

Slovakian Jesuit Peter Girasek SJ was asked to help in refugee camps in Iraq, a country largely dominated by ISIS. It felt It felt to him like a death sentence,...

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The Irish Referendum – discerning the spirits

May 28, 2015

GERRY O'HANLON SJ :: The 'yes' side in the recent marriage referendum won a decisive victory. The Church, as Archbishop Martin has acknowledged, needs a reality check. But what shape...

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“Chronic overcrowding in prisons must end,” says JCFJ

May 20, 2015

"Several critical objectives have not been met", in the Irish Prison Service’s Strategic Plan 2012–2015, says Eoin Carroll, Advocacy Officer of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice.

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Celebrating the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero

February 16, 2015

The Gospel Choir Mass in Gardiner Street on Sunday 15 February celebrated the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero. Pope Francis recently approved a decree declaring him to be a martyr.

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Bringing justice to the world

October 31, 2007

October 31, 2007 Bringing justice to the world by Peter McVerry SJ Fr Pedro Arrupe SJ is considered by many Jesuits, myself included, to be the “second founder” of the...

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