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Where to for the Irish Church?

The lead articles of the Spring 2017 issue of Studies all concur in the judgement that a phase – at least a phase – of Irish Catholicism has ended

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The quiet revolution

GERRY O'HANLON SJ: : Are we in Ireland ready to take up the challenge of a more collegial, synodal church as Pope Francis urges us to do?

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Responding to Irish Church crisis

Vatican newspaper 'La Civiltà Cattolica' has published an article by Irish Jesuit theologian Gerry O'Hanlon on the need for reform of the Church in Ireland

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Trump – from dismay to discernment

Theologian Gerry O'Hanlon SJ was at first dismayed at the election of Donald Trump. His second response was to discern what it might really mean.

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Gerry O’Hanlon SJ

Gerry O’Hanlon (b 1947) entered the Jesuits in 1965, having been to school in Belvedere College. His studies were mainly at home in Dublin, but included an MA in Classics in McMaster University in Canada (1971), a semester of theology at the Jesuit Hochschule in Frankfurt (1979) and doctoral studies in theology at Queen’s University Belfast, in the course of ...

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