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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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Harry Clarke window installed in Gardiner St

Jesuits from home and abroad marked St Ignatius feast day by unveiling a newly acquired stained glass portrait of St Francis Xavier in Gardiner St Church, Dublin

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Heat of desire

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Getting close to the heat of what you really want requires a long-lasting look at reality and some hard questioning, but the “joys that endure” are well worth it.

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Inspirational Jesuit lives

'With Christ in Service' is a book about the lives of inspirational Jesuits through the ages. It's written by Jesuits, and published by Messenger Publications

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How discernment can change your life

TOM CASEY SJ :: During convalescence, Ignatius of Loyola learned to examine his life and discover the good desires that were drawing him to God – in other words, he learned 'discernment'

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Forgiveness in Saints Maria Goretti and Ignatius

TOM CASEY SJ :: We all experience conflicts and divisions, most of them less tragic than what Maria Goretti had to undergo. To realise that an 11 year-old girl was able to forgive her killer is a great inspiration for us adults.

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