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GC36 is over

The 36th Jesuit General Congregation has ended and John Guiney SJ reflects on the significance of what happened in Rome

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GC36 puts ‘out into the deep’

In this video, Jim Corkery SJ explains the workings of a General Congregation as the 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus convenes in Rome on 2 October.

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Caring for our common home

In 'The Pope Video', Pope Francis asks us to unite in respect for creation and to act to preserve the natural world for future generations.

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Jeff Cavins introduces ‘The Bible: Our Everlasting Story’

Internationally renowned Catholic Bible teacher Jeff Cavins speaks about ‘The Great Adventure Bible Timeline’, a hugely successful Bible study tool which facilitates easy exploration of the bible, its major characters and all the events in salvation history. Jeff also introduces ‘The Bible: Our Everlasting Story’, a one day event of input, music, prayer and reflection at Waterfront Hall Belfast on ...

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Magis and World Youth Day in Krakow 2016

Niall Leahy SJ describes the Magis experiments that form part of the Jesuit preparation programme for World Youth Day 2016, and explains how potential participants can get involved.

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Sharing the compassion of Christ

Andrew Cameron-Mowat SJ from Britain describes his experience of facilitating a week of guided prayer in Limerick and sharing the compassion of Christ with ordinary people as part of an inter-provincial project with Jesuits on North West Europe.

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Getting to know each other on pilgrimage

Brendan McManus SJ reflects on the meaning and significance of a pilgrimage which he and other Jesuits from North Western Europe are undertaking along the ancient pilgrimage route from Knock Shrine to Croagh Patrick in County Mayo.

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A venture well worth doing

Jim Culliton SJ reflects on his experience of working in the parish of Moyross in Limerick and facilitating a week of individual guided prayer in the Ignatian tradition as part of an inter-provincial project involving Jesuits of North West Europe.

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Facilitating guided prayer at Knock Shrine

Terry Howard SJ reflects on the work he and Jesuits from Britain, Belgium, and Netherlands are doing in facilitating a ‘Week of Ignatian Wisdom’ at Knock Shrine, the place where Our Lady appeared to a group of poor country people.

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Learning a lesson from Ballymun

Walter Ceyssens SJ from Belgium describes a project in which he and other Jesuits of North West Europe are facilitating a parish mission in Ballymun and assisting the JUST (Jesuit University Support & Training) initiative which mentors people of the area to access third level education.

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