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Who frames the news?

‘Framing the News’ is the title of the latest edition of the Jesuit quarterly journal Studies.  As the title suggests it addresses the theme of communications, both traditional and new, in the current age. Editor Bruce Bradley SJ says in his editorial that we might characterise our current situation as people who are “unwitting inhabitants of a communications bubble, the ...

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‘The long learning of love’

The moving homily given by Bruce Bradley SJ at the funeral mass of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, in Milltown Park Chapel on Tuesday 10 November where Jesuits, family and friends gathered to say their final farewells to the much-loved Jesuit, renowned author and academic.

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‘A prayerful letting go’

Jesuits, family and friends of Michael Paul Gallagher SJ, gathered in Milltown Park Chapel on Tuesday 10 November to say their final farewells to the much-loved Jesuit, renowned author and academic. Jim Culliton SJ was the main celebrant and Bruce Bradley SJ, gave the homily.  The Mass begins with a short tribute to Michael Paul by Jim Culliton SJ.

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Studies: The pity of war

"We are in a season of momentous commemorations," begins the editorial of the summer issue of Studies, alluding to the centenary commemorations of the First World War, the event which dominates the entire issue.

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Bruce Bradley SJ on the future development of Irish Education

The need for radical reform of the Irish education system is what Minister Ruairi Quinn advocates in the summer edition of the influential Jesuit journal Studies. And editor Bruce Bradley SJ has invited a number of vested interest groups to respond. He talks to Pat Coyle about this latest contribution to the conversation on what kind of education system we ...

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Bruce Bradley SJ on the story of Irish Jesuit Journal ‘Studies’

Studies is a Jesuit periodical founded in 1912. Its aim was to make a real contribution to the country’s cultural, social, political and religious debates. And it certainly realized that aim, as current editor Bruce Bradley SJ tells Pat Coyle.

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Studies: Spring Issue 2012

Bruce Bradley SJ (ed.)

Publisher: Studies

The Spring 2012 issue of Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review has been published. The issue is titled 'Irish Studies' and leads with The Jesuits and Irish Scholarship by Alan Titley, Emeritus Professor of Modern Irish, University College, Cork.

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Two schools, two writers, one award

A Jesuit connection between Joyce and Beckett has been the premise for a literary award given out each year to a pupil from either Clongowes or Portora, explains Bruce Bradley. On Monday, April 3rd, the 19th annual Beckett-Joyce Literary Award was given out in Clongowes. The award was inaugurated in 1988 by the past pupil unions of Clongowes and Portora ...

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