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Student Life is a movement of passionate students committed to the spiritual, social and intellectual renewal of the university through following Jesus.

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Agapé is investing in developing leaders and influencers through discipleship in a multifaceted city.


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The Time Worn path

The absence of busyness along the Camino path starts to clear the mind, the natural beauty demands your attention, and the rhythm of walking begins to draw deep from unused wells of reflection.

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I’ve become quite a fussy eater…

You arrive at University. This was your goal for so long. Now you’re free – free to explore new ways of living and new ways of thinking. There’s quite a menu of what to think and believe. As you begin to choose what is best to satisfy your soul-hunger you need to...
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Transforming the Whatevers

Alexis de Tocqueville, the 19th century French observer of American society, said, “There are many men of principle in both parties in America, but there is no party of principle” It is possible that your gut feeling about the increasing lack of principle in today’s...
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In heel Holland uitverkocht maar in Zeeland nog volop te krijg. Zal niet zeggen dat het de trip waard was maar het was wel fijn thuiskomen.

From @UCC News - RIA honours three UCC academics @RIAdawson @UCCCS @insight_centre

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"While the slogan on the t-shirt is ironic, I do think that it portrays the important aspect of Christianity that is loyalty. Having experienced both the loyalty of Christ as well as that of other Christians, I think it is a vital part of New Testament teaching even though it is often overlooked by both Christians and non-Christians."

Jonny, 18, Trinity History

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"I believe there is something more, but we haven’t figured out what it is yet.

But I also think that we tend to personify everything ... when you personify something then it becomes something that has power over us.

I don’t think [God] is controlling anything, or is something that has power over anything, I just think that it’s ... an energy or something ... I don’t think we have a word to describe it, but I wouldn’t want it to be human."

Roisín, 21, UCD Nutrition

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