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In acknowledgement of the Season of Creation, the annual celebration of prayer and action to protect creation (1 September – 4 October), the September issue of The Sacred Heart Messenger carries two articles that urge us to actively engage in care for our common home. Catherine Devitt, in Caring for God’s Creatures, argues that humans must not think of ourselves as relating to nature as if we were separate from it; Brian Grogan SJ in Buring Bush, Burning Planet, urges us to step up to the ‘burning bush’ of our planetary overheating, treading barefoot on what will undoubtedly be thorny ground. Elsewhere, Bishop Brendan Leahy reflects on the legacy of Jean Vanier, the wise and insightful founder of L’Arche, whose inspiring vision will be carried forward by many. Our RE:LINK supplement is a great resource for teachers of Religion for the Junior Cert – this month it discusses the concept of Reconciliation. Plus lots more!  
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Pope's Intention: Caring for All God's Creatures by Catherine Devitt

Feature: Unaffordable Housing by Peter McVerry SJ

Feature: Gentle & Prophetic: Jean Vanier by Bishop Brendan Leahy

CONTENTS a selection

Editorial: The Image of His Mother by Donal Neary SJ

Feature: Deliver Us From Evil by Tom Cox

Pope's Intention: Caring for All God's Creatures by Catherine Devitt

The Mystery of God: Sin by Fr Wilfrid Harrington OP

Feature: Unaffordable Housing by Peter McVerry SJ

Prayer: Gratitude by John Cullen

Feature: Getting to Heaven by Vincent Sherlock

Masterpieces of Christian Art: Notre Dame: The North Rose Window by Eileen Kane

Feature: Building a Legacy of Love by Margaret Naughton

Places of Worship: Church of Our Lady of Lourdes by Christopher Moriarty

Feature: Getting Ready for School Together by Ronan Barry

Relink: Reconciliation by Faith Quille

Feature: Gentle & Prophetic: Jean Vanier by Bishop Brendan Leahy

Feature: Burning Bush, Burning Planet by Brian Grogan SJ

Thanksgiving Letters:

Feature: St Ignatius and the Smartphone (2) by Brendan McManus SJ

Feature: Money Well Spent by Paul O'Reilly SJ

Cookery: Steamed Ginger and Cinnamon Syrup Pudding from Saintly Feasts, forthcoming book

Crosswords:

Young Readers Pages:

Feature: The Wisdom of the Young by Jim Deeds

Women of Faith: Agnes McCauley by Fr John Murray

Calendar:

Affordable Housing, Agnes McCauley, Apostleship of Prayer, Big Tom, Care for the Environment, Care of our Common Home, Christian, Christian Art, Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Evangelisation, Faith & Light, Faith Quille, Forgiveness, gratitude, Homelessness, illness and death, Jean Vanier, Jesuits, Justice, L'Arche, Laudato Si', Marginalised people, Mary, Meditation, Mercy, Notre Dame: North Rose Window, Places of Worship, Pope’s intention, prayer guidance, Re:link, reconciliation, Resources for Junior certificate, return to school, sacred heart, Saintly Feasts, Sin, Social Justice, social media, Spirituality, St Ignatius of Loyola, the Apostolic Work, Young People, YOUNG READERS PAGES, Youth