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Body, spirituality and passion

Canadian academic Celeste Snowber speaks about the role of the body as central to how people live, move, breathe, question, and uncover passion and voice.

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Psychology and religion – truce time

Leading Psychologist and Professor of Religion, Ralph Hood, says experiences of figures such as Saint Paul and Martin Luther cannot be reduced to 'medical conditions'

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Being a spiritual scholar

David Coghlan SJ spoke about the inseparability of his spirituality and his work as an academic, at a conference on 'Spirituality in Society and the Professions'

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World Labyrinth Day

Piaras Jackson SJ, director of Manresa Jesuit Centre of Spirituality in Dublin, speaks to Pat Coyle about World Labyrinth Day on Saturday, 4 May 2019

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An alternative atonement theory

As Good Friday approaches, spiritual director Pat Coyle speaks of the inadequacies of current atonement theory

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A unique vision in Holy Week

Paddy Greene has an interesting take on Jesus vision during his transfiguration and its relationship to his agony in Gethsemane

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Spirituality and the professions

Michael O'Sullivan SJ and Bernadette Flanagan are involved in the hosting of a unique international conference in Waterford

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We could be heroes

'The hero' was the title of a workshop led recently by David Tuohy SJ for Jesuit educators in Manresa, Spain

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Reflecting on the abuse summit

Jesuit theologian welcomes the unmasking of the culture of clericalism and denial at Pope Francis' recent summit on abuse, in Rome

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