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MAY07: The Suppression & Restoration of the Jesuits

The Veale Chair of Spirituality at Milltown Institute present this lecture by Dr. Todd Morrissey SJ “The Suppression and Restoration of the Jesuits and the Irish Scene” which deals with some of the causes of the suppression of the Jesuits generally, and of the effect in Ireland, and then treats of the stages leading to the restoration of the order and of ...

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MAR30: Book Launch – ‘From Easter Week to Flanders Field’

Launch of ‘From Easter Week to Flanders Field, The Diaries and Letters of John Delaney SJ, 1916-1919’ written by Thomas J Morrissey SJ and published by Messenger Publications. The Assistant Garda Commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Region, John Twomey, will launch the book. For more information contact Frances Kelliher, Messenger Publications, 01 7758524.

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Death of Frank Prendergast

Frank Prendergast, Labour Party politician, union official, and Mayor of Limerick City for two terms, passed away on 19 February at the age of 81. The chief celebrant at his funeral was Jesuit priest Fr Todd Morrissey.

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Jesuits in Hong Kong, South China and Beyond

by Todd Morrissey SJ

Irish Distributor: Messenger Publications

bk hongkong morrisseyJesuits in Hong Kong, South China and Beyond: Irish Jesuit mission - its development 1926-2006: Irish Jesuits have long been associated with delivering the word of God in China. Their story is the focus of this book.

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Morrissey book ready

Fr. Todd Morrissey SJ has completed his latest book on “Irish Jesuits in Hong Kong, China, Macau, and Singapore, 1926-2006.” A long work with over 100 photos, it is being published by the Jesuit Francis Xavier Press and will be launched in 2009, to mark the 90 years since the foundation of Wah Yan College. It is hoped to have ...

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Great charm, deep spirituality

October 31, 2007 Great charm, deep spirituality Pedro Arrupe (1907-1991) by Todd Morrissey SJ Pedro Arrupe was born in 1907 in Bilbao in the Basque region of Spain. He studied medicine at the University of Madrid, but he entered the Jesuits in 1927 before completing his studies. After the Spanish republican government outlawed the Jesuits in 1931, he pursued his philosophical and theological studies in Belgium and the Netherlands. In 1936 he was ordained and sent to the United States for doctoral studies in medical ethics, but three years later he was unexpectedly sent as a missionary to Japan. Even then he was known as a man of great charm and deep

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