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Pedro Arrupe’s path to sainthood

The first step in the canonisation process of Fr Pedro Arrupe SJ will be broadcast live from Rome on Tuesday 5 February

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Augustin Bea

Augustin Bea was confessor to Pope Pius XII and he was a key figure behind the Second Vatican Council's Declaration on the Relation of the Church with Non-Christian Religions.

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Karl Rahner

Karl Rahner was theological advisor at the Second Vatican Council and his beliefs included the removal of celibacy for priests and the ordination of women

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Henri de Lubac

The French Jesuit Henri de Lubac was one of the most influential Catholic theologians of the twentieth century.

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A man of ‘creative fidelity’

Fr Peter Hans Kolvenbach SJ will be remembered for his firm but creative leadership that saw the Jesuit Order through a difficult period in its recent history, says Gerry O'Hanlon

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God is with us

The new Fr General of the Society of Jesus has given an extensive interview which throws much light on the man himself, his Jesuit life and the desires that draw and drive him

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Religious broadcasting thriving

Soulwaves Radio, co-founded by the Jesuits, has had a successful year syndicating interviews that aired on radio stations around the country.

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Church doctrine: The same but different

DERMOT ROANTREE :: Post 2 in series on 'Change we can believe in'. The Church makes the proud claim to be 'always the same' – the same even when it's different.

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The ‘terror’ of Christianity

'Communication in the Church - a New language or a New Message?', was the question addressed by Denis Bradley, former vice-chair of the Northern Ireland Police Authority, speaking at the AGM of Soulwaves Radio.

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MAR25: Lecture – Jesuits and the Arts in the Tridentine Era

John W. O’Malley SJ will present this public lecture ‘Jesuits and the Arts in the Tridentine Era’. John is University Professor at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. His books have won major prizes, and his best known work, ‘The First Jesuits’, has been translated into ten languages. His book ‘What happened at Vatican II’ has become a standard reference text. ...

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