Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice

Prisoner’s death preventable

January 31, 2023

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice have raised concerns about the death of a man following his attempted suicide in Cork Prison.

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Working Notes: Perspectives on our caring culture

November 1, 2022

The latest issue of Working Notes by JCFJ examines how care is expressed from societal and political perspectives in times of coronavirus.

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JCFJ ‘alarmed’ at Minister’s comments

September 13, 2022

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice says the government's prison service agenda is detrimental to prisoners' welfare.

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Working Notes: Migrations in our common home

June 7, 2022

The recent 'Working Notes' publishes a set of papers from an SMA summer school on 'Migrations in our Common Home'.

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Illumination in dark times

April 6, 2022

Catholic Social Thought can provide a clear light in dark times, according to Professor Anna Rowlands in the inaugural annual lecture of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice.

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Catholic social teaching in dark times

March 23, 2022

Professor Anna Rowlands speaks with Pat Coyle about Ukraine, pacifism and just war theory.

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Justice and the Irish State

February 9, 2022

An essay on prison reform is "One of the most striking pieces of analysis ever offered in 'Working Notes."

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‘Bring back the eviction ban’

January 7, 2022

A staggering 359 children have been made homeless in the last three months alone. Peter McVerry SJ calls for reinstatement of eviction ban.

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A remarkable student retreat

December 20, 2021

Students from Clongowes had a special retreat experience as they spent the day in prayer, story-telling, and reflection, on a pilgrim trail around historic Dublin churches

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‘God is not white’

December 7, 2021

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice hosted an online conversation on racism and Christianity with US theologian Dr Taido Chino.

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