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Still building the peace

Brendan McPartlin SJ explains the cross-community work of the Jesuits in Portadown and their outreach to migrants

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Still hope for Europe

JRS Ireland declare their satisfaction that European citizens have repudiated an anti-migrant version of Europe

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A view from the East

The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific have put together this visual take on the priorities (Universal Apostolic Preferences) Fr Arturo Sosa SJ

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Would you help a refugee?

Students of Crescent College SJ won first prize at the BT Young Scientist awards for their study into bias for or against refugees and migrants in moral decision making

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Does being Christian make a difference?

DERMOT ROANTREE :: When it comes to such issues as immigration and the needs of suffering peoples, what difference should one's Christianity make?

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‘Make Ireland safe haven for migrants’ says JRS

JRS Ireland has called on the Irish Government to intensify efforts to bring 4,000 persons in need of protection to Ireland and make the country a safe haven for migrants.

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Sensitivity of heart

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, but in the end, being with the refugees gave him great spiritual consolation.

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Frontiers of fear

Jesuit Missions Office director, John K Guiney SJ, recalls a recent meeting of Social Delegates in Nador, Morocco, which reflected on Jesuit work with migrants in the fraught borderlands between developed and developing lands.

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