Irish Jesuits

Paul Farquharson RIP

May 1, 2024

Paul Farquarson SJ's funeral Mass will take place on Friday 3 May at 11 am in St Francis Xavier Church, Gardiner Street. May he rest in peace.

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Church should be like ‘humble rabbits’

March 6, 2024

Fr Orabator SJ spoke on 'New Models of Solidarity and Collaboration' to Jesuits and colleagues in Milltown Park on Monday 4 March.

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Remembering Fr Willie Doyle SJ

March 6, 2024

Monday 3 March marks the birthday of Fr Willie Doyle SJ, a chaplain during WWI whose cause for beatification and canonisation is under way.

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My year with Micheál Mac Gréil SJ

February 8, 2023

EOIN GARRETT :: Working full-time as Micheál Mac Gréil's assistant from 1972-73 was mind-broadening – a most valuable education.

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Jesuit vocations film – ‘Walking with Jesus Christ’

December 5, 2022

'Sons of Ignatius' is a mix of vocation stories and information on the Jesuit way of life featuring three young Irish Jesuits.

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Mission to a suffering people

June 30, 2021

Fr Thomas J Morrissey's new book is the story of how Irish Jesuits used the values, talents and networks of the Jesuit order to subvert the will of the British...

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New podcast series featuring Irish Jesuits in Hong Kong

April 13, 2021

A podcast series featuring Irish Jesuit missionaries in Hong Kong has just been published by Maurice O'Keeffe of Irish Life and Lore, an oral Irish history project

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Irish Jesuits and the London IRA, 1921

February 8, 2021

Damien Burke :: Archival background on Fr William McElligott SJ, whose IRA service medal for the War of Independence years was gifted to the Irish Province recently

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Name change for Missions reflects new reality

November 4, 2020

Irish Jesuit Missions is now known as Irish Jesuits International, with the tagline ‘Men and Women for Others’

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The Bermingham chalice on show

September 24, 2020

The Jesuits in Galway are marking the 400th anniversary of the Bermingham chalice this year, an ornate artifact gifted to Fr John Bermingham in 1620

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