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The two Popes

Gerry Whelan SJ gives his take from Rome on the 'celibacy rule' controversy concerning Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict

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Promotion of world peace

In The Pope Video for January, Francis invites Christians, other believers and all men and women of good will to promote a world of justice and peace

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‘A day of great joy’

A Syrian refugee family has just be housed in the grounds of Clongowes Wood College as part of a parish response to Pope Francis' plea

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The future of the very young

In The Pope Video for December, Francis prays that all countries take necessary measures to make the future of children a priority

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An open-eyed mysticism

"Being a Jesuit can be dangerous." So said Michael O’Sullivan, SJ in his paper to the American Academy of Religion on the thirtieth anniversary of the El Salvador martyrs

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A moment of ‘sheer joy’

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon discusses the various recommendations arising from the ground-breaking Amazon Synod

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Dialogue in the Middle East

Dialogue in the Middle East

In The Pope Video for November, Francis orients his prayer intention towards dialogue among the religious communities in the land where the “Good News of Jesus” came to us

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Students becoming agents for change

Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications gave three workshops at the Companions in Action Conference organised by British Jesuit Missions

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Missionary spring in the Church

In The Pope Video for October 2019, Francis proposes imparting a "new impulse to the Church’s missionary activity" based on a solid foundation of prayer

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Pope’s renewed appeal to save the oceans

Pope Francis has collaborated with renowned environmental photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand to issue a further appeal to protect the world's seas and oceans

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