Michael O’Sullivan SJ

University honours Michael O’Sullivan SJ

June 13, 2022

Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ gave a public lecture in the new University of the South East (SETU), to mark his appointment as Emeritus.

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Large turnout for Hopkins lecture

April 26, 2022

Approximately 140 people participated in the online lecture ‘Reading Gerard Manley Hopkins as Spiritual Practice’ on World Poetry Day.

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The spiritual power of poetry

February 14, 2022

'Reading Gerard Manly Hopkins SJ as Spiritual Practice' is the theme of a SpIRE lecture to mark World Poetry Day. 

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Beatification of Salvadoran martyrs

January 21, 2022

Rutilio Grande  SJ is one of three Salvadoreans beatified on Saturday 22 January 2022. They were gunned down by government death squads.

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The transformative power of spiritual capital

December 20, 2021

Cardinal Koch believes Europe needs a “Spiritual key currency besides the euro”. Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ explains how it might work.

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WIT honours Michael O’Sullivan SJ

December 7, 2021

Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ has been appointed Waterford Institute of Technology's first Emeritus Lecturer in honour of his work in the field of Applied Spirituality.

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New research unit for SpIRE/WIT

August 5, 2021

Michael O'Sullivan SJ, Director of SpIRE, discusses the latest developments in the spirituality institute of research and education

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Launch of spirituality research group (SpirSoP)

June 1, 2021

Dr Jonathan Reams, from Norwegian University of Science & Technology, gave a talk on 'Soul Space for Adaptive Leadership' at the Spirituality in Society and the Professions

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‘A lived Jesuit approach to spirituality’

November 19, 2020

Dr Michael O'Sullivan, SJ was one of 24 people from three continents who were interviewed for the Spirit-Duality online conference transmitted online in November

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Justice at last

September 16, 2020

Michael O'Sullivan SJ knew some of the Jesuits murdered in El Salvador in 1989. He reflects now on the conviction of one of their assassins over thirty years later

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