Studies: Ireland and the Irish
December 18, 2020
Literary images of Irish life and identity dominate the winter issue of Studies, but it is the high moral image in John Hume's politics that takes centre stageRead more
Preserving Tonga culture
August 20, 2019
Padraig Swan, who has been visiting the Zambia-Malawi Province for many years, reports on the process of transferring archives of Tonga culture to an online platformRead more
‘The long learning of love’
November 10, 2015
'The long learning of love' was how Michael Paul Gallagher RIP described his life shortly before he died. Jesuit, family and friends having been paying tribute to him.Read more
Jesuits and the Arts
April 1, 2015
"The Society of Jesus was probably the most prolific patron of the arts in the Baroque era". This was the bold claim made by renowned historian John O'Malley SJ during...Read more
Richard Leonard provides a faith perspective
February 25, 2015
Australian Jesuit Richard Leonard spoke in Limerick and Galway recently about a life of faith and prayer, about dealing with suffering... and about '50 shades of Grey'.Read more
Ignatius Loyola – ‘The vulnerable saint’
May 23, 2023 - José María R. Olaizola SJ gave a talk entitled ‘St Ignatius of Loyola – a saint for troubled times’ in Milltown Park, Dublin on 19 May 2023.
Laughter and Learning: JesWeb in London
May 23, 2023 - Hard work and good fun were the hallmarks of this year's annual JesWeb Euopean wide conference of communicators held in London.
‘The politics of Irish education – What’s next?’
May 22, 2023 - The theme of Jonathan Tiernan's presentation on Irish primary education in Limerick was that change, as in all things, is inevitable.
Still inspiring young people
May 16, 2023 - Leonard Moloney SJ preached at a Mass and event in Knock where over two thousand young people marked the 10th anniversary of inspirational Kerry teenager Donal Walsh RIP.