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‘A lived Jesuit approach to spirituality’

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

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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SpIRE making its mark

The Spirituality Institute for Research and Education (SpIRE) reopens its library on a limited basis and announces good news of graduates

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Tribute to a Latin American martyr

March 22 was the 40th anniversary of the martyrdom of Luis Espinal SJ in Bolivia. Michael O'Sullivan SJ recounts his life and spirituality

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Rutilio Grande, Jesuit and martyr

Pope Francis recently recognised the martyrdom of Fr Rutilio Grande García SJ, murdered in El Salvador in 1977. Michael O'Sullivan offers a short introduction to his life

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An open-eyed mysticism

"Being a Jesuit can be dangerous." So said Michael O’Sullivan, SJ in his paper to the American Academy of Religion on the thirtieth anniversary of the El Salvador martyrs

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International Spirituality Conference

Jesuits and their partners in mission were among the presenters at the first ever conference on spirituality in the professions in Waterford

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Spirituality and the professions

Michael O'Sullivan SJ and Bernadette Flanagan are involved in the hosting of a unique international conference in Waterford

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Christianity and the oppression of women

To mark International Women's Day – an interview with Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ, author of 'How Catholic Theology Can Transform Male Violence against Women' 

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