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Taking stock of a faith that does justice

A large number of Irish Jesuits and colleagues met up to consider their commitment to a faith that does justice in the light of the decrees of General Congregation 36.

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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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Hard-hitting homilies

Fr Tony O'Riordan SJ, PP in Moyross, Limerick, has been making headlines with his hard-hitting sermons directed at drug dealers and politicians.

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Peter McVerry – a dedicated life

RTÉ featured a 52-minute documentary on 6 September, on the life and work of Peter McVerry SJ. The title is 'Peter McVerry: A view from the basement'.

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Refugees: Ireland must do more

The May 2016 issue of Working Notes laments the response right across Europe, including in Ireland, to the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time.

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The Irish proclamation and a culture of life

JOHN DOOLEY SJ :: Patrick Pearse would be disappointed with the change of wording to our proclamation which no longer cherishes the unborn. My dream is to help in building a culture of life in our land.

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Housing policy a disaster – JCFJ

Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says latest statistics on family homelessness are a shocking indictment of current housing policy.

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