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Terry Eagleton: Against pluralism

Professor Terry Eagleton ensured a provocative start to the Loyola Institute's conference on 'The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society- Good Influence or Good Riddance?'

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‘The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society’

The Loyola Institute at Trinity College Dublin is hosting an International Interdisciplinary Conference entitled ‘The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society – Good Riddance or Good Influence?’ from 22-24 June. This conference is for all who have a general interest in the future of Church. It is for those who ponder on the role of Church in today’s society, ...

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Seminar: ‘Caring for Our Common Home’

The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice and Trócaire, in association with the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin will host a seminar ‘Caring for our Common Home; Towards an Integrated Perspective on Society and the Environment’ on Wednesday 8 June, at Room G16, Loyola Institute, Trinity College, Dublin 2. The seminar will mark one year since the publication of Laudato Si’, the social and ...

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‘Good riddance or good influence?’

'Good Riddance or Good Influence? The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society' is the title of an international conference to be held in June and organised by the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin.

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07 MAR: Lecture – “Fearless Mercy: Aquinas beyond Aristotle”

Professor John P. O’Callaghan from the University of Notre Dame is a world expert on Thomas Aquinas. As part of events to celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis he will speak at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin on Aquinas’s perspective on mercy. “Mercy without justice is the mother of dissolution; justice without mercy is cruelty.” ...

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25 NOV: The Legacy of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross

The Loyola Institute at Trinity College Dublin presents The Paul Lennon Lecture – ‘Enkindling Love: The Legacy of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross’. The lecture will be delivered by Professor Gillian T. W. Ahlgren. “This fire of love in you enkindles the souls of others, and with every other virtue you will be always awakening them…” (Teresa ...

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21 NOV : Symposium – Violence and the Human Condition

The Loyola Institute at Trinity College Dublin presents an Interdisciplinary Symposium:’Violence and the Human Condition’. ‘We must rethink the human condition’ (Samuel Beckett, Saint-Lô, 1944) This symposium will explore the extraordinary embeddedness of violence in the human story from interdisciplinary perspectives. Speakers include: Dr Roisin Blunnie (Musicologist, Dublin City University), Dr Michael Kirwan, Heythrop College (theologian), Dr Con Casey, Trinity ...

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