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Homelessness a ‘public health threat’ – McVerry

August 7, 2020

Peter McVerry SJ says a new public health crisis is looming following the surge in deaths recorded among the homeless community in July

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Rediscovering our senses

August 6, 2020

Catherine McCann has published a new book inspired by the sensory experience of visitors to the Shekina Sculpture Garden in County Wicklow

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A prophet of peace

August 5, 2020

John Hume is remembered with fondness and pride by fellow Derry native and neighbour Pat Coyle who is a journalist, and Director of Irish Jesuit Communications

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The maritime world

August 5, 2020

In the Pope Video for August, Pope Francis focuses on sailors, fishermen and their families, whose lives are afflicted with many difficulties and challenges.

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Kneeling knights

August 5, 2020

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Maintaining a humble prayer posture helps to empty ourselves and acknowledges our complete dependence.

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Moving the bell

July 31, 2020

The El Salvador bell, which commemorates the Jesuits and colleagues who were murdered in 1989, has been relocated after the recent sale of part of the Milltown Park grounds

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In the shoes of Gospel women

July 23, 2020

Fr Mike Drennan and Sr Aileen Murphy guided over 30 people through a week-long retreat on the great faith of women in the Gospel

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World Day of Migrants and Refugees

July 22, 2020

In a new video, Pope Francis urges us to an attentive and humble listening ahead of World Day of Migrants and Refugees on 27 September

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A holy row

July 16, 2020

Michael McGuckian SJ tells the intriguing story of a dispute that arose during Vatican II over who was holier than who, which is still causing problems today

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New post-grad certificate in theology

July 15, 2020

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is offering a new one-year post-graduate certificate in Christian theology starting this September

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