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SEP05: Talk – Imagining a truer God (and self) with the poet Rainer Maria Rilke

Prof. Mark Burrows, Bochum University, Germany, and former President of the international Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality, will speak on the topic “The Ripening: Imagining a truer God (and self) with the poet Rainer Maria Rilke”. Places are limited and booking is required. Please contact Michael O’Sullivan SJ at [email protected] if you wish to attend. This event is being organised by ...

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Touching the audience

Christian spirituality as an academic discipline has been developing now for some time. Last month marked another milestone in that development when the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality (SSCS), the premier society of its kind, held its first international conference outside North America in South Africa. Michael O’Sullivan, SJ was a member of the planning committee. He chaired ...

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JUN25: Conference – ‘Spirituality in Healthcare’

The School of Nursing and Midwifery Spirituality Interest Group at Trinity College Dublin present the first international Spirituality in Healthcare Conference. Michael O’Sullivan SJ is one of the keynote speakers at this conference and will give the opening paper entitled ‘Holistic Health and Spiritual Self-Presence’. Michael O’Sullivan SJ is a member of the Spirituality Interest Group, School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity ...

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JUN22: Talk – ‘Turning to Thomas Merton as a Guide for Today’

Public talk by Dr James Finley on the centenary of Thomas Merton’s death, ‘Turning to Thomas Merton as a Guide for Today’. There will also be an announcement about the establishment of a new Spirituality Institute for Research and Education (SpIRE). The main object for which SpIRE is being established is to engage spiritual, cultural, faith-based and heritage resources through education, ...

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FEB15: Mass – Celebration of the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero

As part of the Gospel Choir Mass we will celebrate the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero on the announcement of his forthcoming beatification. Archbishop Romero was martyred in 1980 in San Salvador while celebrating Mass in the chapel of a cancer hospital. The celebrant and homilist will be Fr Michael O’Sullivan SJ while the Gardiner Street Gospel Choir will provide ...

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The Bible and gender violence

Michael O’Sullivan SJ’s book ‘How Roman Catholic Theology Can Transform Male Violence against Women’ is a theological analysis of male violence against women ‘which brings a new and unique perspective to bear on the discussion about the sexist substrata of the Christian tradition. It treads where few male theologians have previously gone.'(Professor Linda Hogan)

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What is applied spirituality?

Michael O’Sullivan SJ is the Director of a Masters programme in Applied Spirituality at All Hallows College, Dublin. He talks to Pat Coyle of the Jesuit Communication Centre about the students and the topics they’ve chosen, in this relatively new and popular discipline.

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Paying attention pays

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Arthur Holder is an Anglican priest and Professor of Christian Spirituality at  Berkeley College, California. His lecture on 'Faces of Spirituality' pleased a large crowd gathered in All Hallows College for the annual...

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Another ‘first’ for Irish Jesuit

Michael O’Sullivan SJ has been appointed to the Editorial Board of Spiritus, a leading international journal for Christian Spirituality, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. The  appointment is for a 5 year term and he is the first Irish academic to be appointed to this board. Michael, who recently celebrated his sixtieth birthday, is Director of the MA in Applied ...

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Jesuit books for Christmas

A guide to the Gospel of Mark by Phil Fogarty SJ and just published by Columba Press, is the last in his very successful and  accessible ‘Navigating the Gospels’ series which would make a lovely Christmas gift. Indeed there are a number of books published by Jesuits this year that may take the headache out of Christmas shopping. Like Fr ...

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