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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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Irish Jesuit in South Sudan

Tony O'Riordan SJ reports on his work and cross-cultural learning as leader of the Jesuit Refugee Service team in Maban, South Sudan

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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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Funeral Mass of Peter Sutherland

Noel Barber SJ was a close of friend of Peter Sutherland and his family. He spoke warmly of him in his homily at the funeral Mass of the loyal Gonzaga alumnus

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Refugees real teachers of leadership skills

Joe Greenan, Human Resources Director of the Irish Jesuit Province, learnt some hard lessons about leadership on a recent visit to a refugee camp in Lebanon

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The beatitudes – more than ever!

After Obama's election eight years ago, Donal Godfrey SJ, an Irish Jesuit living in Chicago, wrote a reflection of hope for this website. His homily last Sunday was very different

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