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Restoring dignity for refugees

December 19, 2022

This Christmas time Belvedere College SJ has partnered with the Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland to help them raise funds for the JRS Ireland Hardship Fund. They have already raised almost...

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Jesuits and colleagues serve as witnesses in South Sudan

December 19, 2022

Irish woman Noelle Fitzpatrick reports on how the Jesuit Refugee Service is addressing the crises faced by the people of South Sudan.

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Young people’s new path to conversion

December 19, 2022

Fr Niall Leahy SJ speaks to Tony Foy, Executive Director of NET Ministries Ireland, about a tool of evangelisation running parallel to Mass.

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Advent week of guided prayer

December 19, 2022

Iva Beranek, Manager of Gardiner Street Parish, reports on participants' profound experiences with God in the Ignatian tradition.

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A record-breaking challenge

December 15, 2022

Belvedere students tell how they they're preparing for city-street sleeping on an empty stomach to raise a record amount for the homeless this Christmas.

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Homeless but not hopeless

December 15, 2022

A record number of people are homeless and Belvedere students want to raise a record-breaking sum to help them in SleepOut 22 Thursday 22 -Sat 24 December.

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Praying before playing

December 7, 2022

Two Belvedere College SJ alumni, Ger Brennan and Sean Boylan, feature in a new book on faith and sport entitled 'Faith in Search of Greater Glory in Sport' by Gerard...

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‘The Parish as Oasis’

December 7, 2022

How to beat 'climate despair' personally and in community with practical suggestions for environmental care. Ciara Murphy and Kevin Hargaden explain.

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Studies: Light in dark times

December 6, 2022

The winter issue of Studies leads with essays that, in different ways, illustrate the theme of 'Light in dark times' – sources of hope in the midst of our age...

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The worldview of Vatican II

December 6, 2022

DERMOT ROANTREE :: The Second Vatican Council articulated an expansive worldview that drew on the deepest traditions of the Church.

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