Irish Jesuits Donate Buildings for the Homeless

By Jesuits Britain
Aug 31st, 2018

Three large Victorian buildings in Dublin’s north inner city, which have housed the Pioneer Association, the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice and the first premises of Peter McVerry Trust, are to be turned into homes for people leaving emergency accommodation.

The pressing need for housing, particularly social housing, is on the front page of the papers most days of the week,” trust chief executive Pat Doyle said. “While this will go just a small way to addressing the crisis, we will be able to provide accommodation for a mix of people who are most in need.”

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