COVID-19, law and human rights

December 8, 2021

The theme which dominates the Winter 2021 issue of 'Studies' is the legal and human rights dimensions of the pandemic in Ireland.

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Inhumane prisoner conditions during pandemic

August 4, 2021

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice (JCFJ) respond to four reports by inspectors into prisons in Ireland during Covid-19 restrictions

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Open water swimming: an exercise in contemplation and discernment

June 9, 2021

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: It may seem like madness to swim in a lake or sea outside peak summer, but it does wonders for mental health

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Professor Adrian Hill on Covid-19 vaccines

June 8, 2021

Belvedere College Union organised a webinar with Professor Hill of Oxford University who is instrumental for his role in developing the Astra Zeneca vaccine

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Giving voice to the elderly

May 26, 2021

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Supporting older people in their mental health requires empathy and 'heart-centred' listening.

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Vaccines and the common good

May 11, 2021

KEVIN HARGADEN :: Suspending patent rights to enable access to vaccines worldwide merits support – much better than leaving things in the hands of market-driven philanthropists

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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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Bombed-out and rebooted

April 14, 2021

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: A visit to the local church can provide much strength and serenity from the trauma of Covid-19.

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Listening to Sarah

February 23, 2021

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: An Ignatian insight on contemplative listening to help restore hope and balance during the pandemic.

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Pandemic populism

January 21, 2021

KEVIN HARGADEN :: The Irish government's recent failures to put the common good before private interest in managing the pandemic display a brand of populist thinking.

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