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Doing theology in dangerous times

The Summer issue of Studies leads with a challenging analysis of the political and cultural upheavals which are afflicting the world at present

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Seminar on ‘The Joy of Love’

Professors at the Loyola Institute emphasised the need for open-ended dialogue and discernment, conscious always of human frailty and weakness

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The magic within

Two Old Clongownians with severe health conditions recently spoke about cultivating and maintaining the characteristics of leadership and resilience

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A space for encounter and solidarity

In the June edition of The Pope Video, Pope Francis remarks that “The Internet is a gift of God, but it is also a great responsibility.”

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The Macardles of Dundalk

NCI lecturer Desmond Gibney writes in 'Studies' about Jesuit Andrew Macardle, immortalised in Joyce's 'Portrait of the Artist', and his Dundalk brewing family

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Promoting citizen participation

Edmond Grace SJ and Gerry O'Hanlon SJ played key roles at the Participation Summit 2018 to explore and discuss citizen participation

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