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Speaking the language of love

Catholicism is not just about learning theology and doctrine and dogmas, according to Jeff Cavins, internationally renowned Bible teacher and author.

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Taking a stand at the Ploughing Championships

PATRICK MULDOON :: The Jesuits in Ireland were among the exhibitors at this year's National Ploughing Championships, from 22-24 September. It was my first time attending the event.

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Jesuits make their mark at Ploughing Championship

The Jesuit tent at the National Ploughing Championships last week was buzzing with visitors who wanted to learn more about the wide array of apostolic works in the Province.

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A pilgrim in Loyola

PATRICK MULDOON :: I work with the Jesuits on the prayer website Sacred Space. It is inspired by the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, a sixteenth-century Basque...

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New ways to bring the message

PATRICK MULDOON :: Pope Francis encourages all Christians to announce the joy of the Gospel. Digital Evangelisation is about bringing the message of the Gospel to the frontiers of the Internet.

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The joy of running

PATRICK MULDOON :: I love running. My love of running began when I was nine years old and I haven’t fallen out of love with it since. Running sets me free, it declutters my mind, and it connects me with God.

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Digital prophets wanted

Many religious organisations are ill-equipped to do digital evangelisation and need digital prophets and evangelists to help them become 'the Church online', Sim D'Hertefelte told a recent Jesuit webmasters meeting.

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‘Sacred Space’ – Loyola Press, joint apostolate

Irish Jesuit Provincial Tom Layden and Brian Paulson SJ, Provincial of the Chicago Province, have together announced news of their formal agreement to make Sacred Space, the online prayer site, a joint apostolate. From Sept 1st 2014 Sacred Space and Loyola Press will work in partnership together to grow Sacred Space as a fruitful apostolic work. Loyola Press will be ...

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