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Tertians talk the walk

There was laughter and hard work at a media training workshop  given by Pat Coyle for the Jesuit tertians in Manresa

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Sensitivity of heart

Slovakian Jesuit Peter Girasek SJ was asked to help in refugee camps in Iraq, a country largely dominated by ISIS. It felt It felt to him like a death sentence, but in the end, being with the refugees gave him great spiritual consolation.

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Standing at attention

Army Chaplain Tim Valentine SJ, who recently completed his Jesuit Tertianship in Ireland, talks to Pat Coyle about how he came to join the army and about his tours of duty in Iraq.

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Warm tributes paid to Lúcás Chan SJ, RIP

Warm tributes have been paid by noted academics and theologians from Ireland and around the world to Fr. Lúcás Chan SJ (46), a Hong Kong native and Jesuit of the Chinese Province who died suddenly on Tuesday 19 May.

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Tertians begin experiment

Ten European Jesuits, currently in their final year of formation in the Tertianship house in Manresa, Dublin, are about to go on 'experiment', a period of active mission work, usually in the fields of justice and faith. Among the places to which this year's Tertians are going are Russia and Lebanon.

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Brendan McManus SJ on Tertianship

In this interview Brendan McManus SJ likens the tertianship training year, part of the Jesuit cycle of formation, to taking apart a tractor engine and — of course — putting it back together.

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Tertianship back in gear

After three months of dispersion in different placements, the Jesuit Tertians are back in Dublin. It’s European character is very much to the fore with several Provincials and some Tertian family members visiting. Recent Provincials visiting their charges include Fr. Janos Lucas from Hungary and Fr. Jan Dacok from Slovakia. Members of Zibi Leczkowski’s and Ludger Hillebrand’s families also came ...

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