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FEB17: Lecture 5 – ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’

The fifth lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be presented by Thomas O’Loughlin (University of Nottingham, UK) on the subject ‘The Early Eucharist: Justin’s Account Reconsidered’. 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 ...

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FEB10: Lecture 4 – ‘Reception of Vatican Two over 50 years: The Milltown Contribution’

The fourth lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be presented by Pat Riordan SJ (Heythrop College, London) on the subject ‘Is the Church Unjustifiably Paternalistic in Speaking of the Common Good’. 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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MAR07: 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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FEB03: Lecture – Reception of Vatican Two, Consciousness and Autobiography

The third lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be on the subject ‘Consciousness and Autobiography’, by Bill Mathews SJ. 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, the ...

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JAN27: Lecture – Reception of Vatican Two, Bible and Ecology

The second lecture in the Spring series of Public Lectures at Milltown Institute will be on the subject ‘Bible and Ecology’, by Céline Mangan OP. 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, the ...

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Brian Grogan SJ

Brian was born in Dublin, educated by the Christian Brothers, and joined the Jesuits at the ripe old age of sixteen. Why the Jesuits? Because he did not know what work he was capable of, and felt that since Jesuits do all sorts of things, they might find a place for him somewhere. Jesuit formation brought him an expansion of ...

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Gerry O’Hanlon SJ

Gerry O’Hanlon (b 1947) entered the Jesuits in 1965, having been to school in Belvedere College. His studies were mainly at home in Dublin, but included an MA in Classics in McMaster University in Canada (1971), a semester of theology at the Jesuit Hochschule in Frankfurt (1979) and doctoral studies in theology at Queen’s University Belfast, in the course of ...

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Séamus Murphy SJ

Fr James (Séamus) Murphy SJ joined the Society of Jesus in 1971. He had never met any Jesuits before applying to join, and was instead drawn to the order by reading its history. He found social justice inspiration in the Jesuit Reduciones (Reductions) in Latin America which had created safe quasi-autonomous for native Americans in the 1610-1767 period, cultural inspiration ...

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Des O’Grady SJ

Des was born in Dublin on the 8th September, 1941, and entered the Jesuit noviceship at Emo Park, Co. Laois in 1959. After the noviceship he followed the usual course of Jesuit studies. He took a degree in experimental physics in UCD in 1965, after which he studied philosophy in St. Louis University, St Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. When Des completed his ...

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Pat Coyle

Pat Coyle first cooked, then lectured and now communicates for the Jesuits. She cooked for them during the summer of her final year at University College Dublin where she studied English and Philosophy. She lectured for them during her post graduate studied in Philosophy, in the Milltown Institute of Philosophy and Theology. And in 2005 she took up the post ...

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