Featured Podcasts

Final thoughts

February 27, 2023

Jesuit theologian Jim Corkery assesses the late Pope Benedict's 'conservatism' regarding the role of women in the Church and other controversial issues.

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Benedict XVI’s theological legacy

January 10, 2023

Theologian Jim Corkery SJ's assesses the theological legacy of the recently deceased Pope Benedict XVI. in this interview with Pat Coyle.

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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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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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A global vision for Jesuit education

December 5, 2022

Sunny Jacob SJ is part of the Educate Magis team in Galway. In this interview he explains the work they do regarding Jesuit education locally and globally.

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Jesuit scholastics: What it means to be holy

November 28, 2022

Two young men who are training for the Jesuit priesthood talk to Fr Niall Leahy SJ about their favourite saint that inspires them.

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A Sunny start!

November 23, 2022

Sunny Jacob SJ talks about his his native Kerala, and his early days with the Jesuits before coming to Galway.

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Advent: Make a fresh start

November 21, 2022

Fr Joe Cullen OP refers to the Jesuit-inspired film The Mission (1986) with regard to turning a painful past into a hopeful future.

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The state of youth ministry

November 14, 2022

Niall Leahy SJ speaks with the Gardiner Street NET team about what is needed to share faith and joy with young people today.

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A new word for ‘sin’

October 28, 2022

Richard Leonard SJ scrutinises religious language in his book 'The Law of Love', and says the word 'sin' is meaningless for many young people. He has an alternative.

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