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A born teacher loved by his students

The first anniversary of the death of the late Fr. Finbarr Clancy SJ was on 15 July. Fr. Vincent Twomey SVD paid a moving tribute to him.

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‘They will never silence us’

Archbishop Romero will be beatified as a modern-day martyr who saw the fight for justice in El Salvador as a political and economic struggle against the forces of sin and evil.

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MAY17: Retreat – Lay Retreat Assocation

The Lay Retreat Association of Saint Ignatius is a group of lay men and women who organise and promote retreats at weekends. In a busy world, it is easy to understand Jesus saying to His busy apostles: “Come away by yourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile” [Mk 6:31]. If you are moved to Time Out the LRA is waiting. ...

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MAY07: The Suppression & Restoration of the Jesuits

The Veale Chair of Spirituality at Milltown Institute present this lecture by Dr. Todd Morrissey SJ “The Suppression and Restoration of the Jesuits and the Irish Scene” which deals with some of the causes of the suppression of the Jesuits generally, and of the effect in Ireland, and then treats of the stages leading to the restoration of the order and of ...

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APR19: Lay Retreat Association Retreat

The Lay Retreat Association of Saint Ignatius is a group of lay men and women who organise and promote retreats at weekends. In a busy world, it is easy to understand Jesus saying to His busy apostles: “Come away by yourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile” [Mk 6:31]. If you are moved to Time Out the LRA is waiting. ...

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MAR22: Lay Retreat Association Retreat

The Lay Retreat Association of Saint Ignatius is a group of lay men and women who organise and promote retreats at weekends. In a busy world, it is easy to understand Jesus saying to His busy apostles: “Come away by yourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile” [Mk 6:31]. If you are moved to Time Out the LRA is waiting. ...

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MAR10: Lecture 8 – ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’

The final lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be presented by Gabriel Daly OSA (Trinity College Dublin) on the subject “‘The Teaching of the Church’: What is it? Can it change?’ This series of Public Lectures titled ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’ brings together a number of members of Faculty who have ...

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MAR03: Lecture 7 – ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’

The seventh lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be presented by Kieran Cronin OFM (Milltown Institute) on the subject ‘Virtue Ethics’. This series of Public Lectures titled ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’ brings together a number of members of Faculty who have taught for many years at the Institute, shaping, in the process, ...

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FEB24: Lecture 6 – ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’

The sixth lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be presented by Suzanne Mulligan (St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth) on the subject ‘Developments in Feminist Social Ethics since Vatican II’. This series of Public Lectures titled ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’ brings together a number of members of Faculty who have taught for many years ...

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The Church and paternalism

The Milltown Institute's spring lecture series on the reception of Vatican II over 50 years continued with 'Is the Church unjustifiably paternalistic in speaking of the common good', by Patrick Riordan SJ (Heythrop College, London)

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