Food for saints and scholars

April 29, 2019

Messenger Publications have produced 'Saintly Feasts: Food for Saints and Scholars,' a novel cookery book with a difference

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Converted like the magi

February 6, 2019

Paolo Beltrame, Jesuit novice and astrophysicist, spoke to Pat Coyle about how spirituality and religion opened the door to his unanswered questions of the universe

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Vows at North-West European novitiate

January 16, 2019

Irish Jesuit Fr Kevin O'Rourke SJ helped to guide Luke Taylor SJ in the taking of his First Vows in the Society of Jesus

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The best laid plans…

September 25, 2018

Storm Ali put paid to some of the work laid on for eight Jesuit novices on a return visit to Ireland

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Making sense with the homeless

January 10, 2018

British Jesuit novice Luke Taylor tried to make sense of the broken pieces while working with the homeless in Dublin

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“A palpable sense of the presence of God”

December 6, 2017

Patrick Corkery SJ returned from his studies in the United States to profess his first vows to the Society of Jesus in front of his family, friends, and Jesuit colleagues

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Finding God through the streets of Dublin

July 13, 2017

Stephen Noon SJ is a British Jesuit novice on an urban pilgrimage of Dublin, as part of a short experiment to go beyond his comfort zone and test his vocation.

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Hanging out with the homeless

April 4, 2017

Chris Brolly is a Jesuit novice whose vocation has been strengthened whilst working in Peter McVerry's drop-in centre for the homeless

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Novices take first vows

September 17, 2015

'What is it to be a Jesuit?' The question posed and answered by the Irish Jesuit Provincial Tom Layden SJ in his homily at the first vows ceremony for novices...

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Warm tributes paid to Lúcás Chan SJ, RIP

June 2, 2015

Warm tributes have been paid by noted academics and theologians from Ireland and around the world to Fr. Lúcás Chan SJ (46), a Hong Kong native and Jesuit of the...

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