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Jesuits donate rare books to National Library

As part of a broader plan concerning the Milltown Library, Irish Jesuits have given several rare books on long-term loan to the National Library of Ireland

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SpIRE launched in Dublin

SpIRE, Spirituality Institute for Research and Education, was launched recently in Milltown Park. It aims to raise awareness of spirituality as an applied academic discipline.

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11 OCT: Retreat – Lay Retreat Association

This silent one-day retreat for men and women will comprise of Talks, Guided prayer, Sacrament of Reconciliation, Mass and Blessing of the Sick. Spiritual direction by Jesuit Fathers. Meals are provided. Suggested offering €30. Contact Lay Retreat Association, Milltown Park 01-5577113, 01 8370778 for more information or to book. The Lay Retreat Association of Saint Ignatius is a group of lay men and women who ...

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FEB15: Retreat – Lay Retreat Association

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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Milltown Summer School

The focus of the Ignatian Summer School at the Milltown Institute was on Social Discernment. The issue was this: Imagine you’re at a meeting where you may be the only person concerned to ‘find God’ in Ignatian fashion. What help can you get from the Ignatian tradition? Brian Grogan led this Workshop; Brian O’Leary unfolded the riches of the Deliberation of 1539; ...

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Learn to discern

The School on Ignatian Spirituality held in the Milltown Institute in 2008 was highly successful, so little wonder that the Institute will run a follow-up course this year from 15 to 19 June. It is called ‘Ignatian discernment today’, and it will explore how the dynamics of Ignatian discernment can be applied to any meeting today. “Just as the Spiritual ...

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“Faith in crisis or in question?”

“Faith in Crisis or in Question?” is the theme for a series of weekly lectures beginning in the Milltown Institute, Sandford Rd., Dublin 6. The first, entitled ‘Church and Society in Ireland – Historical Perspectives’, on Wednesday 11 Feb 2009 at 7pm, will be given by Louise Fuller of Maynooth NUI. Subsequent speakers will address topics such as ‘Women in Christianity’ (Mary Malone, Toronto), ‘Are we following France? ...

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Milltown colloquium on liberation theology

Jim Corkery SJ was one of five main speakers at a colloquium on liberation theology held in Milltown Institute on 3-4 October. The colloquium was designed to mark the 40th anniversary of the CELAM Conference at Medellín in 1968. Jim’s paper assessed the various responses of Joseph Ratzinger to liberation theology, while other papers examined the historical context of the ...

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Guest lecture at Milltown inauguration

Professor Paul Locatelli SJ, President and Professor of Accounting, Santa Clara University, California. USA, will be the guest speaker at the Inauguration of the Academic Year at Milltown Institute on Wednesday 24th September 2008. He will speak on the place of theology in the contemporary university. Professor Locatelli recently announced his intention to resign from Santa Clara during the coming ...

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Evening theology course in Milltown

The Milltown Institute is still accepting applications for its Certificate in Theology, a two-year evening programme which is accredited by NUI. The programme begins in September, with lectures taking place on Tuesday evenings and on occasional weekends. No previous knowledge or study of theology is required. For more details contact the programme director, Eileen Houlahan CHF (pictured right): phone 01-2776325 ...

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