Latest Loyola scholarships

December 5, 2023

Tom Layden SJ, Chair of the Loyola Trust, meets students Colette Varley and Angela Finegan, latest recipients of the Loyola Trust scholarships.

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Insights for COP28

November 27, 2023

Pedro Walpole SJ, Irish Jesuit missionary and environmental scientist in the Philippines talks to Pat Coyle ahead of COP 28

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Being part of changing lives

November 17, 2023

Crescent College Comprehensive SJ student Aisling Kelly recently retuned from India where she met with a young girl she started sponsoring with her First Communion money.

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Exploring ‘Laudate Deum’

October 16, 2023

Sunny Jacob SJ summarises the Pope's concerns about the state of the planet and what we can do to halt the destruction of our common home.

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New Studies issue: ‘Newman’s University’

June 19, 2023

The summer issue of 'Studies' has St John Henry Newman's time as rector of the Catholic University (precursor of UCD) as its main theme.

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St John Henry Newman: Hedgehog and fox

June 19, 2023

DERMOT ROANTREE :: Newman believed in the unity of all truth, and it was this that made him unafraid to expose students to a wide range of ideas and influences.

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‘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.

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‘The Jes’ in the news again

May 5, 2023

Coláiste Iognáid, the Jesuit school in Galway has a long and interesting history which the Galway Advertiser has just recounted.

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Sons of Ignatius podcast: The Bible and the Big Bang

May 2, 2023

Niall Leahy SJ speaks to Canadian astronomer Adam Hincks SJ about his life, science and theology, and beautiful discoveries.

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Ordaining women deacons

April 20, 2023

Thirty-six Popes were ordained as deacons but never as priests. Just one of the fascinating facts from Dr Phyllis Zagano, expert on the diaconate.

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