Thoughts and advice from an Ignatian perspective during the Covid-19 crisis.

Moving out of lockdown – Seeds of hope for asylum seekers

June 8, 2021

As Ireland moves out of lockdown, Eugene Quinn, Jesuit Refugee Service, reflects on the cause for renewed hope among asylum seekers, refugees and forced migrants

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Belvedere winning team ‘on the money’

May 24, 2021

Students from Belvedere College SJ will meet ECB President Christine Lagarde, after winning the Central Bank's economic competition

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Launching the Ignatius 500 Year

May 12, 2021

'The Ignatius 500 Year' will be launched by the Irish Jesuit Provincial, Leonard Moloney SJ, at a Mass in Gardiner St Church celebrated by Archbishop Dermot Farrell, on 20 May 2021

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Suffering and passion in a pandemic

May 11, 2021

Tom Casey SJ is one of 19 contributors to a book on the Covid-19 pandemic, seen through the lens of religious belief and looking at suffering, grief, prayer and parish

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Let God look at you

April 27, 2021

A Sacred Space survey reveals that their online Lenten retreat by well-known author Margaret Silf  was deeply appreciated by participants from all over the world

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JRS prioritises protection of refugees during pandemic

April 14, 2021

Eugene Quinn, National Director of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Ireland, reports on the latest local, regional and global JRS responses to Covid-19

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Ignatian flavour to Fermanagh deacon’s book

April 13, 2021

Brendan McManus SJ's photos of his native Fermanagh feature in a new book of reflections for lockdown by Deacon Martin Donnelly

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Caring through pictures

March 23, 2021

The North Belfast Care Zone outreach to older people has chosen a selection of photos taken by Brendan McManus SJ for their postcards and posters

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A useful guide through Lent

February 9, 2021

Kieran O'Mahony's book 'Hearers of the Word' from Messenger Publications is a guide to praying and exploring the scripture readings during Lent

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Active communities restoring the earth

January 13, 2021

The ACRE project in the North is working with prisoners, politicians, peacebuilding groups, and local communities in 'caring for our common home'

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