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Silence, language, and Christian feminism

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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‘The secular is not scary’

The Bishop of Cloyne, William Crean, launched the published proceedings of the 2016 Loyola Conference on the Church in a pluralist society

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Religious Literacy: Challenges for today

The increasing estrangement of western societies from Christian belief and practice was theme of a recent event in the Loyola Institute TCD

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Hope is not optimism

'Hope in a Time of Need' is the title of Dr Con Casey's recent presentation in the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin

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History of the Irish nun

Professor Deirdre Raftery delivered a lecture on “Unveiling the History of the Irish Nun: Opportunities for Research and Innovation” at the Loyola Institute

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The Camino – a spiritual shortcut?

Professor Piotr Roszak, an enthusiastic proponent of the Camino pilgrimage, lectured to a full house in the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin

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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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Love, law and the 8th amendment

Irish Jesuit philosopher Dr Patrick Riordan discusses the 8th Amendment in light of his recent talk at Trinity College Dublin

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