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When in Rome…

What's it like being on lockdown in Rome and coping with the threat of Covid 19? Gerry Whelan SJ explains

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‘Beloved Amazonia’

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ is hopeful in his assessment of Pope Francis' latest challenging document arising from his deliberations on the Amazon Synod last year

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Catholics in China

In The Pope Video for March 2020, Pope Francis asks us to pray that the Church in China may persevere in its faithfulness to the Gospel and grow in unity

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Renewing the face of the earth

The Jesuits in Britain and Ireland are divesting from companies whose major income is from the extraction of fossil fuels

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Silence, language, and Christian feminism

Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at Roehampton University, gave a public lecture on theology, language and meaning in Laudato Si’ and Querida Amazonia

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‘The secular is not scary’

The Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean, launched the published proceedings of the 2016 Loyola Conference on the Church in a pluralist society

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Hear the cries of migrants

In The Pope Video for February 2020, Pope Francis lends his voice to migrants and victims of human trafficking

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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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