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Historical analysis from Prof Daire Keogh on Ferns, Ryan and Murphy reports

Four interviews from the 2011 Conference on ‘Broken Faith’, relating to the clerical sex-abuse issue in Ireland. The conference was organised by the Irish Jesuits and held in Milltown Park, Dublin 6. Interviews are by Ms Pat Coyle, Director of Communications for the Irish Jesuit Province.

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Bernadette Fahy, Counsellor and survivor of institutional abuse, on her experience

Four interviews from the 2011 Conference on ‘Broken Faith’, relating to the clerical sex-abuse issue in Ireland. The conference was organised by the Irish Jesuits and held in Milltown Park, Dublin 6. Interviews are by Ms Pat Coyle, Director of Communications for the Irish Jesuit Province.

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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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Brian O’Leary on his new book on ‘The Constitutions’

A spirituality for groups, institutions and even corporations – that’s what Brian O’Leary SJ talks to Pat Coyle about. It’s the essence of his new book on the constitutions of St Ignatius, entitled ‘Sent Into the Lord’s Vineyard: Explorations in the Jesuit Constitutions’.

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Where is ecumenism going? Brian O’Leary, SJ.

‘Expanding Hope’ is the theme of a Jesuit podcast series for Advent, focusing on the state of ecumenism, fifty years after Vatican II. Brian O’Leary, Jesuit delegate for ecumenism, says hope is an Advent theme and it’s needed now by those who feel the ecumenical project has stalled.

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Remembering Seamus Heaney

Brendan Duddy SJ talks to Pat Coyle about his friend of many years’ standing, Seamus Heaney, who passed away this week. A fellow-Derryman and alumnus of the same college, the famous St Columb’s, Brendan reflects on Heaney the man, the poet and the friend.

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The power of attention in spirituality

Arthur Holder, Professor of Christian Spirituality at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, discusses the meaning of spirituality with Pat Coyle of the JCC. His core thesis is that to be human is to be spiritual. Also that the most profound way to nurture and deepen one’s spirituality is to “pay attention”.

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