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Faith and sport – WMOF

PATRICK MULDOON :: The connection between faith and sport is explored in light of a workshop during the World Meeting of Families.

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The goodness of young people

PATRICK MULDOON :: The blogger focuses particularly on the goodness of young people in light of the forthcoming visit of Pope Francis to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families.

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Communicating good news

Jesuits and lay colleagues collaborating in the work of online and digital communications met in Brussels for the annual Jesuit Webmasters Conference from 23-26 April.

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Running as a spiritual experience

Patrick Muldoon is a marathon runner who experiences running as a life enhancing time of prayer and gratitude which nourishes his faith

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Marathon of faith

Patrick Muldoon :: My faith and mental strength helped me to dig deep and run strongly to the end of the Rome Marathon in a time of 3:09:49.

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Young people keeping the faith

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: I went on a quest to find out the truth about the existence or non-existence of faith among our youth.

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Challenge of the marathon

PATRICK MULDOON :: I find that the physical challenge of preparing for and competing in a marathon gives me strength and resilience for the challenges which I face in life.

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A marathon of gratitude in Rome

Patrick Muldoon :: Through the marathon I entered that space of interior peace and gratitude where I could give glory to God for the graces which he has outpoured in my life, which were the fruit of my time living in Rome.

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Sharing and networking at Jesweb

Jesuits and lay colleagues collaborating in the work of online and digital communications met from April 10-14 for the annual Jesuit Webmasters meeting.

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‘Come away and rest for a while’

Patrick Muldoon :: Lay Retreat Association offers special places of quiet, silence and adoration through which God’s Spirit can be heard.

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