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It is typical of the young to go beyond the call of duty.which the government today admitted is invalid, Shukla said With the government deciding to repeal the Actthe entire expenditure incurred by the official agencies in the construction of the memorial in the last two years has become illegal and unauthorised and should be recovered from the functionaries of the Bahujan Samaj Partyhe added For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: May 29 2017 9:53 pm The kites could be installed on the pilings of decommissioned offshore wind turbines (Source: YouTube) Related News Scientists are building the world’s first wind farm powered by giant kites in Britain that could generate enough electricity to run 5500 homesAs many as twenty kites flying higher than Britain’s tallest building will work in pairs to generate electricity They will fly in loops at more than 160 kilometres per hour Their movement will pull on a tether wrapped 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the stories become observations of Kongu Nadu’s social structure,J. opened St Declan’s School and Child Guidance Centre in Dublin It was not – and is not – a Jesuit institution; it is run by its own committee but Father Casey set it up in 1958 and it therefore merits inclusion among the educational works of Irish Jesuits It was established in the conviction that ’many nervous highly-strung or otherwise emotionally disturbed children could be helped most effectively and more quickly in a special day school adapted to their special and individual needs’ When founded it was the only school of its kind in Ireland and there were only three such schools in England It continues today and many families have had the benefit of Father Casey’s observation that ’a small amount of special psychological help given early on to a child and to its parents will prevent a great deal of trouble distress and unhappiness later on’ (11) The Provincial on whom the burden primarily fell of bringing the Irish Jesuits safely through the aftermath of Vatican II was Father Cecil McGarry who came to office in 1968 To guide him he had the emphasis of the documents approved in 1965 and 1966 by the 31st General Congregation of the Society which had elected Father Arrupe as well as the exhortations which very quickly came from the new General himself The Congregation chose two themes to stress both of them conciliar The first was an insistence on returning to the Society’s origins which meant developing a heightened awareness of its Founder’s intentions The second theme was the need to adapt the Society’s organisation and activities to enable it better to cope with the intellectual social and spiritual problems of the age From the outset of his generalate Father Arrupe urged the Society to press on with this process of modernising itself in the spirit of Saint Ignatius (which involved inter alia Ignatian ideas of mobility and flexibility) in order that Jesuits might be able more easily to move into new areas of apostolic opportunity and need And so ’Jesuits throughout the world began the task of integrating the decisions of the Congregation with their personal endeavours for renewal As General Father Arrupe indicated that he expected action He said “I do not want to defend any mistakes Jesuits might have made but the greatest mistake would be to stand in such fear of making error that we would simply stop acting” (12) Father McGarry acted promptly to the great benefit of the Society in Ireland and to the admiration of Jesuits from other Provinces (13) which were slower to move It cannot have been easy The Provincial discharged his unenviable task with courage conviction and it may reasonably be supposed a degree of pain known to himself alone While there were Jesuits in every age group who rejoiced to see the Congregation decisions implemented what the Provincial had to do caused unhappiness to a number of older Fathers settled in their ways and harbouring no doubts concerning the work undertaken by the Irish Province in their lifetime Also distressed were some younger men who had thrown themselves with enthusiasm into tasks given them in the recent past If the Province was to adapt to new priorities some of the established activities would have to be curtailed not least because of the fall in numbers which all orders began to suffer in the 1960s: eight Irish scholastics left the Jesuits in the year that Father McGarry took office (14) which meant the intake of novices – averging seven a year (15) – did nothing to balance the natural losses through death and retirement This imbalance was unlikely to improve The Provincial did not act arbitrarily: he initiated internal discussions in each house to establish what the community was doing and what it felt it should be doing It would be no more than a small exaggeration to say that there were as many opinions as there were Jesuits (16) But only the Provincial could make the ultimate decisions and these involved abandoning some cherished commitments Perhaps his most distasteful duty was deciding where manpower could be saved Suppression of a boarding-school was likely to bring maximum results if only because it took so many men to provide supervision and administration as well as teaching If a school had to go Mungret was more vulnerable than Clongowes (17) In the first place there would still be a substantial Jesuit presence in Limerick between the community serving the public church and those attached to the Crescent (now the Crescent Comprehensive) Secondly Mungret had already lost its apostolic school which was half the reason for its existence The Vatican Council had been the remote cause of this happening The Council seemed to require philosophy and theology to be integrated in seminaries Father Redmond Roche Superior of the Apostolic School could not see how this was to be guaranteed for the future given the vocations crisis and an already evident shortage of competent lecturers The vocations crisis also meant that institutions doing similar work such as All Hallows in Dublin were adequate to the need The Apostolic School was accordingly suspended in 1967 The lay school by contrast was reaping the benefits of Father Kerr’s rectorship Demand for places constandy exceeded those available and the disappearance of the Apostolic School actually helped by removing an ambiguity from the overall purpose of Mungret How far Clongowes was protected by its venerability as the first house of the restored Society in Ireland or by its fame and continuing prestige or (as was hinted sotto voce) by the fierce loyalty of its past pupils who would have made a far greater clamour if suppression were mooted than came from those of Mungret must remain matter for speculation One thing is certain Father McGarry was not a man to flinch from any decision however unpopular if he believed it to be right When he chose Mungret rather than Clongowes for suppression it can be taken for granted that he did what he had prayerfully concluded to be his duty Of course there were many to say he was wrong: their arguments ranged from nostalgia to the new-found status of the lay school at Mungret and its long-established fecundity in vocations But the critics who spoke thus were spared the responsibility of making the decision There were positive decisions also In 1966 the State had proposed a scheme of ’free’ – ie fully State-supported secondary education Although it involved a reduction of 20 per cent in their income (18) Coláiste Iognáid in Galway and the Crescent in Limerick entered the scheme Now came the further proposal that the Crescent should become the keystone of a large comprehensive school of the kind outlined above in the account of developments at Gonzaga At Dooradoyle in Limerick under the inspired guidance of the Jesuit historian and Limerickman Father Thomas J Morrissey this experiment in Irish education took off with dynamic vigour as a non-feepaying co-educational school to meet ’the diverse needs of the bright and the dull the affluent and the deprived’ (19) Personal initiatives received much encouragement such as Father Michael Sweetman’s protests against inadequate housing for the poor of Dublin: (20) a stand which inspired more than one young Jesuit to become involved in activity for social reform and in time would result in the services provided by Jesuits today to the socially deprived in the suburban housing estates and the high-rise flats of the modern capital The teachings of the Vatican Council were promoted by public lectures at Milltown Park which attracted overflow audiences in the late 1960s and early 1970s (21) In the context of service to the Church it may be that no single development of recent years will turn out to have been as significant as the generous support given by Father McGarry to the Irish School of Ecumenics founded by Father Michael Hurley of the Milltown community in 1970 (22) This small but vitally important postgraduate institute offers university degrees nowadays from the University of Dublin and formerly from the University of Hull to students from various Christian Churches and from Third World as well as European countries who study theology together gain firsthand experience of one another’s pastoral routine and return to their duties in their own communions as informed witnesses to the hope and possibility of Christian Unity The School functions under the patronage of senior representatives of the Roman Catholic Church of Ireland Presbyterian and Methodist Churches The facilities of Milltown Park have been made available to the School from the outset and its international character was confirmed by the attendance of then General Secretary of the World Council of Churches Dr Eugene Carson Blake at its formal inauguration in Milltown where he delivered the opening address International Consultations on such topics as Mixed Marriages and Human Rights have confirmed its repute It has developed a Centre for Peace Studies which underlines its significance not only for the ecumenical movement in contemporary Christendom but also for an Ireland still disrupted by violence and tensions in the North which have deep roots in the religious division of the past The emergence under Jesuit auspices of this independent educational body together with the attainment by the Milltown Institute of pontifical university status can stand for the quality of Cecil McGarry’s leadership of the Irish Province But it may well be that his ultimate memorial will be the option for the poor exercised today by Father Peter McVerry and other Jesuit champions of the homeless and deprived Much of this began only after Father McGarry’s term as Provincial ended in 1974 but it was his determination to give the Province a new direction in obedience to the General Congregation and to Father Arrupe that made possible an Irish Jesuit emphasis reminiscent of the old Mission dedicated to the poor of the Liberties and the dispossessed of the penal towns and countryside In 1974 the Society of Jesus was preparing for another General Congregation where momentous changes would be initiated which the next historian of the Irish Province will doubtless examine For the present writer this great event belongs so fully to the realm of current affairs that it cannot yet be brought within the bounds of history What can be said is that the 350 Jesuits in Ireland that year lived in a Province of the Society which had been refurbished and prepared for whatever challenge might come Wolfe and Nugent Austin Kenney and Delany could be assured that the ideal of Saint Ignatius was intact and that their spiritual heirs would see to it that God was made known through the activity proper to Jesuits of discerning and serving their neighbours’ most pressing needs Salmeron and Broet no doubt looked down in wonder and saintly puzzlement FOOTNOTES (1) William Lee SJ in The Gonzaga Record 1986 13 Michael Viney The Jesuits in Ireland 1542-1974 41-2 Also the present writer’s recollection of comments made to him at the time (2) Quoted in Gonzaga 1986 13 (3) Text of proposal in Gonzaga 1986 13-16 (4) Outlined in Gonzaga 1986 12 16-18 (5) Paul Andrews SJ Portraits: Belvedere College 1832-1982 139 confirms the demand for Belvedere (6) William V Bangert A History of the Society of Jesus (St Louis 1971) 513 (7) Peter Costello Clongowes Wood: A history of Clongowes Wood College 1814-1989 (Dublin 1989) 69-70 (8) Andy Pollak Irish Times 21 December 1990 (9) Viney 41 (10) Costello 190 (11) Information about St Declan’s and quotations from The Jesuit Yearbook 1960 55-6 (12) Bangert 509-10 (13) Expressed to the present writer in 1971 (14) Viney 27 (15) Viney 35 (16) The writer was privileged to see a number of the reports from the houses at the time having been requested as a sympathetic outsider to assist in preparing a summary for the Provincial (17) The facts (but not the comments) regarding the suppression of Mungret are based on Thomas J Morrissey SJ ‘Some Jesuit contributions to Irish Education’ (Unpublished PhD thesis NUI 1975) 256-60 (18) Andrews Portraits 137 (19) Andrews Portraits 139 (20) Viney 45-6 (21) Closed circuit television coverage had to be provided more than once in parlours adjacent to the large but crowded lecture hall The series of Milltown Lectures of which these were a continuation had begun before the Vatican Council The early lectures are said to have anticipated some of the Council’s insights (22) The information about the School of Ecumenics which follows is provided by the writer as a former Chairman of the School’s Executive BoardWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: April 16 2014 12:08 pm Related News Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badals statement that the average 9 per cent power tariff hike was nominal, 2016 4:22 pm Indian Defense MinisterManohar Parrikar. 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