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The joy and urgency of Jesuit wisdom

Michael Kirwan SJ identifies a way for Jesuit schools to respond optimistically and creatively to the darker tones of contemporary culture

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Vigilant of the shadow

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: The first poetic reflection on mental health for young people in line with the Jesuits' new apostolic preference.

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John Paul II Awards in Galway

Staff at the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality & Culture were deeply involved in the John Paul II diocesan awards for school students in Galway

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‘To live this mission in our broken world’

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: Educators of Jesuit schools were nourished in their mission as they followed the footsteps of Saint Ignatius on the streets of Spain and Rome.

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Jordan Spieth at Jesuit, Dallas

Jordan Spieth, the astonishing 21-year-old who won the US Masters title on Low Sunday, has a strong link with the Jesuits, having attended the Jesuit College in Dallas, Texas.

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Ethics in a Catholic schools context

Peter McVerry SJ and Pat Coyle, director of Irish Jesuit communications, spoke to Transition Year students as part of Catholic Schools Week, Peter addressing homelessness and Pat raising ethical issues in media.

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Final bicentenary commemoration events

A lecture by Dr David Tuohy SJ on 'Jesuit Humanism in Education' and a major exhibition entitled 'In the Spirit of the Saints: the Jesuit Influence on Baroque Art' will mark the end of a series of events to mark the Jesuit Restoration.

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