Pope Francis

Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ: reflections on Pope Francis

January 13, 2015

Irish Jesuits · Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ: reflections on Pope Francis Michael O’Sullivan SJ worked in El Salvador and Pinochet’s Chile. He talks about the moral morass he found himself...

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Pope Francis and his discontents

January 13, 2015

DERMOT ROANTREE :: Pope Francis may be the most popular man in the world, but he certainly has his critics. The most vocal – and at times intemperate – of...

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Pope Francis as new element of hope

January 13, 2015

Irish Jesuits · Pope Francis as new element of hope Jesuit theologian and well known author Michael Paul Gallagher sees real hope for the future of faith in the person...

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Dermot Mansfield SJ

January 9, 2015

Dermot Mansfield, born 1946 in Cobh, joined the Jesuit novitiate at Emo in 1963. He had spent many of his school years at Portarlington. A short retreat in the Christian...

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Fr Jim Corkery SJ reflects on the first Jesuit Pope

January 3, 2015

Irish Jesuits · Fr Jim Corkery SJ reflects on the first Jesuit Pope Jesuit theologian Jim Corkery is co-author of a recently published book on the history of the papacy....

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An astronomer’s take on the first Jesuit Pope

December 5, 2014

Irish Jesuits · An astronomers take on the first Jesuit Pope Guy Consolmagno SJ is a Jesuit brother and Vatican astronomer. He gave the JCC a lengthy interview on a...

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The Irish Jesuit who lived with the Pope

December 5, 2014

Irish Jesuits · The Irish Jesuit who lived with the Pope In the late early eighties Fr James Kelly SJ lived for a number of years with Jorge Mario Bergoglio,...

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Pope declares John Sullivan Venerable

November 14, 2014

Pope Francis has declared Fr John Sullivan SJ (1861-1933), an Irish Jesuit priest with a reputation for saintliness and healing, Venerable. The Pope signed the official decree recognising the heroic...

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Questions on Lonergan

June 27, 2014

Ever since 1978, in two summers out of three, Bill Mathews (former dean and professor of philosophy in the Milltown Institute) has accepted an invitation to take part in the...

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