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Exploring Jesuit Humanism

Conscience, competence, compassion and commitment, not solely as conventionally understood, are the key characteristics of a Jesuit humanism for today, according to Jesuit educationalist Dr David Tuohy SJ.

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JAN 22: Lecture on Jesuit Humanism in Education

As part of  the ‘Under the Influence‘ series to mark the the Jesuit Restoration (1814-2014), the Irish Jesuit Restoration Committee present a lecture by educationalist and author Dr David Tuohy SJ ‘Learning to Love the world as God loves it: Jesuit humanism in education’. Dr John Bowman, historian and broadcaster, will chair the event, while Dr Anne Lodge, Principal of the ...

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Final bicentenary commemoration events

A lecture by Dr David Tuohy SJ on 'Jesuit Humanism in Education' and a major exhibition entitled 'In the Spirit of the Saints: the Jesuit Influence on Baroque Art' will mark the end of a series of events to mark the Jesuit Restoration.

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Denominational education: the Irish experience

In his recently published ‘Denominational Education’, David Tuohy SJ examines the role which Church patronage of schools has played in Ireland. He addresses some of the more hot-button value-based issues concerning church and state.

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