Loyola Institute

Online theology for seekers

January 21, 2022

The 2022 'Faith Seeking Understanding' online theology lecture series at the Loyola Institute, TCD, starts on Wednesday 2 February.

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Remembering St Columcille

December 1, 2021

The final Loyola Institue lecture marking 1500 years since the birth of St Colmcille will be given online on Tuesday 14 December.

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Loyola Institute commemorate St Columcille

October 11, 2021

The Loyola Institute hosts a series of lectures 'Columcille in Context: Theologians and Historians in Conversation' to Commemorate the 15th Centenary of the Birth of Saint Columba of Iona

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Theology, philosophy and literature in conversation

July 6, 2021

Professor David Jasper gave a keynote speech on John Henry Newman at the Power of the Word international conference from 28 June to 2 July

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Formalising the Loyola Institute in TCD

June 21, 2021

Leonard Moloney SJ has welcomed the announcement of a revised Memorandum of Understanding between the Loyola Institute and Trinity College Dublin

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Shakespeare and the Jesuits: “no collusion”?

June 19, 2021

'What are the resonances between Shakespearean political theology and Jesuit political thought and practice?' Dr Michael Kirwan SJ presents a potential answer

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Theology with the Loyola Institute: Jesus risen and ascended

February 23, 2021

Michael Kirwan SJ's presentation in the Faith Seeking Understanding series addressed Christ's question: "Who do you say that I am?"

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Faith Seeking Understanding: Making sense of God as Father

February 9, 2021

The Loyola Institute online theology course begins with Dr John McDade examining questions relating to God's fatherhood

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Know what you’re talking about

January 7, 2021

A four-week online introduction to theology will be given by the Loyola Institute Trinity College Dublin, starting on Wednesday 27 January. It's open to all.

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Silence, language, and Christian feminism

February 26, 2020

Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at Roehampton University, gave a public lecture on theology, language and meaning in Laudato Si’ and Querida Amazonia

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