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Victim of its own success

An Irish parish group which raises funds for education and food for children in a Jesuit parish in Zambia is facing major challenges due to its success

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Into the Zambian groove

Irish Jesuit Provincial Leonard Moloney SJ is finding great energy in the Jesuit missions of Zambia and Malawi

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Remembering John O’Holohan SJ

An account on the life of recently deceased Jesuit John O'Holohan and a reflection of appreciation from his sister Nesta

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Liam Browne SJ – a dedicated missionary

At Liam Browne SJ's funeral mass, John K. Guiney SJ spoke of his deep love for Zambia, his great ability to get on with things, and his peaceful death.

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Jesuit schools African immersion programmes

Clongowes Wood College SJ have recently come back from a Lesotho Immersion Programme, while Belvedere College SJ are engaging in a Zambia Immersion Programme right now.

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Pioneering spirit in Africa

As Director of the Pioneer Association in Zambia, Charlie Searson SJ has helped to devise a government policy to meet chronic alcohol abuse. Sadly this policy is now under attack from vested interests

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The changing face of missionary life. Joe Hayes SJ on his time in Zambia.

Joe Hayes SJ has spent almost forty years on the missions in Zambia, to where he’s returning after a short break back in Ireland. Before he left, and nearing Mission Sunday, he spoke to Pat Coyle about his life and the changing face of missionary life.

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AIDS is a feminist issue

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The AIDS disease is almost 120 years old but it did not spread across the world until globalisation ensured world-wide travel. It's partly genetic based and will only be eradicated if the subjugation of woman ceases...

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New program for AIDS orphans

Global Friends in Action, a small NGO founded by Michael T. Kelly SJ, has launched a new program called 37&More, which provides care for children orphaned by AIDS in a large slum on the edge of Kabwe, Zambia. The program will protect and provide support for orphans and vulnerable children, who, in the shanty town of about 60,000 inhabitants, are ...

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Irish contribution to AIDS report

The African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) has published its first report about Jesuit initiatives to fight the AIDS across the continent and includes a contribution from Michael J. Kelly SJ. Spanning AJAN’s first five years, the 76 page report covers the full spectrum of initiatives including pastoral ministry, HIV care and support, value-based education, communications, and publishing. The report includes ...

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