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“A palpable sense of the presence of God”

Patrick Corkery SJ returned from his studies in the United States to profess his first vows to the Society of Jesus in front of his family, friends, and Jesuit colleagues

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1916: Remembering the Rising

A number of Jesuit responses to this year's commemoration of the 1916 Rising have emerged in recent days, most notably Seamus Murphy SJ's critical view in the Irish Times.

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Séamus Murphy SJ

Fr James (Séamus) Murphy SJ joined the Society of Jesus in 1971. He had never met any Jesuits before applying to join, and was instead drawn to the order by reading its history. He found social justice inspiration in the Jesuit Reduciones (Reductions) in Latin America which had created safe quasi-autonomous for native Americans in the 1610-1767 period, cultural inspiration ...

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