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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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The soft sound of praise

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Enjoying life doesn’t always come with Hallelujah moments of acclamation. As can be found in the lives of three saints, it is often less obvious at first glance.

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Depending on God more

CHARLES JARYEKONGA SJ :: The guest blogger describes his diverse experiences as a regent in Belvedere College SJ including participating in retreats, staff formation, and faith and service activities.

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Communicating good news

Jesuits and lay colleagues collaborating in the work of online and digital communications met in Brussels for the annual Jesuit Webmasters Conference from 23-26 April.

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The ‘scandalous’ love of God

'Hope is being loved' was the title of the talk given by Pat Coyle at the annual Novena of Hope in the Graan Passionist Monastery, Enniskillen

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The courage to turn inward

Brendan McManus SJ, newly appointed delegate of spirituality, speaks to Pat Coyle about his ministry of spiritual direction and his Jesuit life

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Making space for God

BILL TONER : : For those who, in their praying, long for some kind of union with God, it is hard to give up the hope that some day God will speak to them or communicate with them in their prayers.

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The coming of Christ the ‘rebel’

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: Songwriter Jackson Brown saw Jesus as a rebel and wondered how our celebrations of Christmas today would sit with the man whose anger cleared the temple of the moneychangers

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Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Saint Ignatius of Loyola was the founder of the Society of Jesus; he created an order which has created innovators and thinkers, and spread faith and charity across the globe.

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