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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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Irish Jesuit honoured in the US

Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ presided at a session of the American Academy of Religion. He was the first Irish Jesuit ever to do so

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The greatness of Oscar Romero

On 14 October, Pope Francis will canonise Blessed Oscar Romero, the Salvadoran archbishop who was martyred on 24 March 1980

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