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Wisdom at the Crossroads

'Wisdom at the Crossroads’ follows the journey of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ who helped people move from a detached consideration of faith to a deeply-felt awareness of God

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Stocking up for Lent

Messenger Publications, the Jesuit publishing house in Ireland, has a line up of books to be published both for Lent and Easter time

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A resounding Hallelujah

TOM CASEY :: Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” stands out from a lot of contemporary pop. It shows the singer's awareness of a key theme of the Bible: surrender.

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Honorary doctorate for Sisters of Mercy

On Monday, 3rd of October, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, awarded an honorary doctorate to the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy. As Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Irish Jesuit Tom Casey was there.

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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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Forever Young: Happy Birthday, Mary!

TOM CASEY SJ :: 8 September is a special day for Jesuits, the birthday of Our Lady. It was the traditionally the day on which many Jesuit novices took their first vows.

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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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Thomas of the Wounds and our vocation

TOM CASEY SJ :: St Thomas, who according to tradition was martyred by being pierced with a lance, is a source of inspiration and gratitude for Tom Casey.

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