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This was done to help students focus on their school education, leaving the former party insecure about the loyalties of its legislators, the Parents,000 people benefit directly from JRS projects. funded partly by EU funds I hope that those plans confirm that with regard to the people of Limerick the Jesuits will not be found wanting Limerick is important to the Jesuits and I would hope that the Jesuits are important to Limerick Jesuit vocations Many Jesuits are here tonight who are Limerick-born who studied in the school when the school was just here beside the church who received their First Communion and perhaps Confirmation in this church here From here Jesuits have headed out to Zambia Hong Kong the Philippines to work with the poorest of the poor You and I can both be proud of that tradition Numbers joining today are smaller but just last week I accepted someone into the novitiate for this coming September and a number of young men are considering joining the Jesuits the following year and we thank God for that Numbers will probably never be what they were in the 50s and 60s and so decisions like this have to be taken But the Jesuit vocation and the priesthood today are still valid and wonderful calls and I thank God that young men are still recognising that and following that call Thanks and congratulations Finally I want to thank especially the men who worked here in the last number of years when they were struggling to maintain a large building and to keep services going to the people of Limerick: Fr Frank O’Neill who was in charge of the church and the house until last year; Fr Seán Duibhir who now has gone to Dublin because of ill-health; Fr John FitzGerald who came back from mission work and has spent the last number of years here; Fr Dermot Cassidy known to so many of you; Fr Ronan Geary who has moved on to work in Clongowes; Fr Niall O’Neill who was based here but worked mostly in Ferbane in a nursing home; and of course Fr Tom McMahon and Fr Dan Dargan who did so much here over the years and are now in our nursing home in Dublin They deserve our thanks and they have helped so many of you in so many ways A special thanks to Fr Dermot Murray who was charged with overseeing the closure and sale of the building Thank you Dermot for undertaking this with courage and sensitivity And I also want to say a special word of thanks to your small committee which helped and supported you I want to thank Bishop Donal Murray for coming here this evening to mark the occasion It is an historic moment and it is most appropriate that Bishop Donal is here representing the wider Church I also thank the Mayor of Limerick for being here It is an important event in the history of this city As regard the Jesuits and the work of the Church here we can say the mission has been accomplished We have fought the good fight we have kept the Faith and we have passed it on to the next generations So this particular chapter in Limerick closes while other chapters in Limerick are opening Other frontiers are being explored We give thanks to God for that and ask his blessing as we go forwardBy: PTI | Bhopla | Published: November 26 2016 8:02 pm Chouhan will complete 11 years as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Monday (Source: Express file photo by Oinam Anand) Related News Madhya Pradesh Congress on Saturday alleged that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was going to spend Rs 100 crore to celebrate his completion of 11 years in office at a time when the state owed Rs 150 lakh crore to creditors Chouhan will complete 11 years as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Monday Watch what else is making news: “On completing 11 years in office you are organising a mega event at Jambori Maidan (on December 4) here Seven lakh people are being brought to the venue and will be served meals twice” state Congress chief Arun Yadav said in a letter to the chief minister today “The extravaganza is going to be telecast at every district headquarters” he said alleging that it would cost Rs 100 crore to the exchequer Madhya Pradesh has a debt of Rs 150 lakh crore the Congress leader pointed out while wondering that keeping this in mind why the Jambori Maidan event could not be celebrated in a simple manner The money should rather be used to provide a reprieve to the rural population farmers and commoners who have been “hit hard by the demonetisation” the letter said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Wellington | Published: November 10 2017 10:49 am The absence of striker Guerrero is the biggest setback Peru face (Source: Reuters) Top News Since arriving in New Zealand for their World Cup playoff Peru’s players have responded cautiously and patiently to the same question Not about who might play on Saturday but who will not Paolo Guerrero Peru’s captain and leading scorer is missing while provisionally suspended for failing a doping test following the World Cup qualifier against Argentina The absence of striker Guerrero is the biggest setback Peru face as they attempt through home-and-away playoff matches against New Zealand to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 35 years There are also the formidable obstacles of travel time zones and climate which make the match against No 122nd-ranked New Zealand more difficult than it might have been for 10th-ranked Peru Peru’s players have tried techniques of sleep deprivation to quickly acclimatize to a new time zone and have padded themselves lavishly against New Zealand’s strong winds and cool temperatures But Guerrero’s absence has been the recurring theme He scored six times in South American qualifiers and led his team to fifth place Peru’s football association will challenge his suspension with the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland and if successful will have him for the return leg in Lima on Nov 16 For now the South Americans have done their best to treat persistent questions about their captain with respect but indifference Edison Flores whose partnership with Andre Carrillo is one of the team’s strengths is hopeful the Guerrero-size gap will be filled by a player he is not naming “It will be someone who has all our confidence and characteristics similar to those of Paolo” Flores said “We just have to wait for him to adapt to the work so that he does it in the best way” New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson has said Guerrero is “irreplaceable” taking a neat opportunity to highlight Peru’s problem “I don’t really think they have anyone that is a physical presence like him and who can play the type of game they like to play with him in the team” Hudson said But he makes a concession “Attacking midfielders the two who sit in behind whoever plays up front … they’re all quality players Where people say (Peru goes) direct to Guerrero they actually play a lot through (Christian) Cueva and Flores and (Yoshimar) Yotun They’ve got some very good players through the middle” Flores based in Denmark is one of those players and part of a new generation The older generation is represented by 36-year-old New Zealand striker Shane Smeltz and 33-year old Peru forward Jefferson Farfan both in their last World Cup cycles Smeltz played for New Zealand at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa but Farfan has never had that experience which adds urgency to his personal quest in Saturday’s match Smeltz knows the opportunity to play in football’s showpiece will never come again for him “It certainly adds to the occasion I think knowing that this is definitely or probably my last” Smeltz said “It would certainly be a fairytale to get to another World Cup “I think it’s just as exciting the pressure the intensity as it was the first time” Neither Farfan nor Smeltz have fully realized their youthful potential Smeltz has played 58 games for New Zealand without matching his young promise and Farfan whose talent was first recognized at 14 first played for Peru at 19 Now at Lokomotiv Moscow and after 75 caps the inconsistent Farfan remains a contentious figure in Peru But his greatest endorsement may have come from the absent Guerrero who said come the World Cup playoffs “Farfan will be playing He is needed in the team” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News The price is still unknown.It wouldn’t be surprising to see the launch of the V30 sometime before the holiday season LG announced the V20 smartphone towards the end of 2016 so a sequel won’t arrive before the end of 2017 Also read:LG’s 2017 K-series will launch in India on February 22 The V20 was quite unique as it had a 57-inch Quad HD display a secondary display and a Snapdragon 821 processor Most importantly the phone won rave reviews from critics compared to the company’s G5 which came with a modular design LG’s next big-ticket smartphone is none other than the G6 The device is set to announced at the Mobile World Congress on February 26 in Barcelona The smartphone will likely to come with a water-resistant metal body Snapdragon 821 processor a 57-inch QHD+ ‘Full Vision’ display with an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio 4GB RAM 32GB of expandable internal storage improved rear and front-facing cameras and a 3200mAh battery It will run Android Nougat with LG’s own UX 60 interface at the top For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: July 8 2009 2:55 am Related News Looking in imperious formIshaque Eqbal- the top seed- cruised into the quarter-finals of the boys’ Under-14 category in the on-going Manav Mangal AITA Total Tennis Talent Series at Manav Smart SchoolMohalion Tuesday After facing a stiff competition in both the categories in his previous matchthe West Bengal lad looked at ease and that showed in the way he demolished Dalwinder Singh of Punjab in straight sets by 4-04-0 Second seed Sachin Kumar of Chandigarh also reached the quarter-finals after Jagtar Singh by 4-04-1 Meanwhilethird seed Dheeranush Bhatti of Chandigarh ousted Dhruv Puniani 4-14-0 to book his berth in the last eight Ishaque’s brother Nishatthe fourth seedalso reached the quarters as he rallied to defeat Kanwalpreet by 4-24-2 In the Under-12 category also Ishaque maintained his authority as the top seed got the better of Teg Bir Singh Hara of Punjab in a well fought three sets by 4-12-44-2 in one hour 30 minutes Param Punthe third seed outplayed unseeded Paras Mittal of Chandigarh by 4-04-1 In another matchsecond seed Dheeranush Bhatti of Chandigarh blanked his opponent Rishabh Sharda by 4-04-0 to reach the quarter-finals Meanwhilein the girls’ Under-14 categorytop seed Arushi Bhasin of Delhisecond seed Meenal Meharwal of Rajasthanthird seed Bhumika Sharma from Delhi and fourth seed Varnika Thakur of Punjab booked their place in the quarter-finals Arushi who is also the top seed in the girls’ Under-12 categorydefeated her opponent to reach the quarter-finals Others who booked their place with her in the last eight are second seed Harsimran Kaur from Haryanafourth seed Bakul Negi from Delhi and third seed Shrishty Dhanda from Haryana Results:Boys: U-14: 2nd Round: Ishaque Eqbal(WB) bt Dalwinder Singh(PB) 4-04-0; Pranav Suri(CHD) bt Shivian Soroya(CHD) 4-04-2; Srijan Uppal(CHD) bt Nikunj Poddar(WB) 4-04-2; Dheeranush Bhatti(CHD) bt Dhruv Puniani(CHD) 4-14-0; Nishat Eqbal(WB) bt Kanwalpreet 4-24-2; Mayank Yadav(DEL) bt Jotpal Singh(PB) 4-14-2; Abhishek Verma(PB) bt Sahil Sehwag(DEL) 4-24-2; Sachin Kumar(CHD) bt Jagtar Singh(PB) 4-04-1; U-12: 2nd Round: Ishaque Eqbal(WB) bt Tegbir Hara (PB) 4-12-44-2; Sahil Sehwag(DEL) bt Surya Prasad(KAR) 4-24-0; Abhijeet Singh(CHD) bt Mayuk Rawat(UK) 0-44-14-1; Shrey Gupta(HR) bt Viresh Yadav(DEL) 4-04-1; Param Pun(CHD) bt Paras Mittal(CHD) 4-04-1; Anupam Lamba(PB) bt Sunny Khandare(MAH) 4-21-44-2; BSAnirudh(KAR) bt Durvish Handa(DEL) 4-04-0; Dheeranush Bhatti(CHD) bt Rishabh Sharda(CHD) 4-04-0; Girls: U-14: 2nd Round: Vanshika Sawhney(CHD) bt Arushi Bhasin (DEL) 4-5(1)4-15-3; Mohini Singla(PB) bt Abhilasha Vishawnath(KAR) 4-24-0; Soumya Saxena(CHD) bt Harsimran Kaur(HR) 4-14-2; Varnika Thakur(PB) bt Aashna Agarwal(CHD) 4-14-2; Bhumika Sharma(RAJ) bt Joyana Thomas(CHD) 4-14-2; Karishma Mehta(CHD) bt Shriya Kalia(HP) 4-00-44-1; Pooja Morya(PB) bt Shrishty Dhanda(HR) 4-04-2; Meenal Meharwal(RAJ) bt Nandini Sharma(CHD) 4-12-4 concd; U-12: 2nd Round: Arushi Bhasin(DEL) bt Ishdeep(HR) 4-24-1; Soumya Saxena(CHD) bt Mehadeep Kaur(CHD) 4-25-4(3); Rubani Ahluwalia(CHD) w/o Nandini Sharma(CHD); Shrishty Dhanda(HR) bt Arsiya Arora(HR) 4-14-1; Bakul Negi(DEL) bt Shriya Kalia(HP) 1-44-14-1; Gulmehar Kaur(PB) bt Bhumika Sharma(RAJ) 4-04-2; Pooja Morya(PB) bt Karishma Mehta(CHD) 4-04-1; Harsimaran Kaur(HR) bt Simran Dhindsa(CHD) 4-04-1 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News Not surprisingly, Maharashtra added 124 ATMs out of the total 444 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