Irish Jesuit Communications

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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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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Praying before playing

December 7, 2022

Two Belvedere College SJ alumni, Ger Brennan and Sean Boylan, feature in a new book on faith and sport entitled 'Faith in Search of Greater Glory in Sport' by Gerard...

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‘The Parish as Oasis’

December 7, 2022

How to beat 'climate despair' personally and in community with practical suggestions for environmental care. Ciara Murphy and Kevin Hargaden explain.

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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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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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Pope Francis and the gift of ‘overflow’

October 28, 2022

Austen Ivereigh was the keynote speaker at the launch of the Belfast Jesuit Spirituality Centre. Listen to his talk on “A New Imagination of the Possible: Pope Francis and the...

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The ten commandments revisited

October 21, 2022

Richard Leonard SJ's encounters with a supreme court judge and a secular Jew led him to review the ten commandments for his latest book 'The Law of Love'.

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Whose truth is it anyway?

October 11, 2022

The philosophy of Bernard Lonergan SJ has much to offer by way of resolving an age-old debate about the nature of truth says Dr Gerry Whelan SJ.

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Retrieving real Christianity

October 6, 2022

Richard Leonard's latest book 'The Law of Love' seeks to retreive the central and authentic messages of Christianity and in language that can be understood.

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