Gerry Clarke SJ

Jesuit book club community

September 27, 2023

The online, cross border book club of the Belfast Jesuit Centre are inviting new members to join their Tuesday evening gatherings.

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Jesuit book club – ‘Haunted by Christ’

May 31, 2023

Gerry Clarke SJ, Director of Belfast Jesuit Centre, talks about the book club's latest title and an inspiring encounter with the author.

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Lent, love, and therapy

April 25, 2023

Jesuits, friends, and colleagues were busy during Lent, using the season to offer new and varied courses and rituals for people both in person and on Zoom.

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Fergus O’Keefe SJ – A ‘gentle and humble presence’

January 10, 2023

Fr Fergus O'Keefe SJ died peacefully, aged 89, in Cherryfield Lodge Nursing Home, Ranelagh, Dublin on 17 December 2022.

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Belfast Jesuit Centre: Appeal for volunteers

January 9, 2023

Gerry Clarke SJ, Belfast Jesuit Centre Director, appeals for volunteers to help out with hospitality, liturgy, spiritual guidance and more.

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Belfast spirituality centre opened

October 24, 2022

Bishop Noel Traynor, Jesuits, colleagues, friends and local people all attended the launch of the Belfast Jesuit Centre for Spirituality.

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Welcoming Ukrainian refugees – Dreams for Belfast Jesuit Centre

May 23, 2022

Gerry Clarke SJ speaks to Pat Coyle about his shared dreams for the new Belfast Jesuit Centre including initiatives for Ukrainian refugees.

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Decoding the ‘Constitutions’

April 14, 2022

Inter-provincial workshops on the Ignatian Constitutions are inspiring participants.

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‘What should we do now?’ – New Belfast Jesuit Centre

April 11, 2022

Brian Grogan SJ, prolific writer on Ignatian Spirituality, was the key speaker at the launch of the Belfast Jesuit Centre on 24 March 2022

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‘Cannonball moment’ on video

June 8, 2021

Jesuits, friends, and colleagues are making short 'cannonball' videos to mark the Ignatian 500 anniversaries taking place during 2021/2022. This is Christine Halloran's

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