Latest news
Home > Tag Archives: Pat Coyle

Tag Archives: Pat Coyle

An alternative atonement theory

As Good Friday approaches, spiritual director Pat Coyle speaks of the inadequacies of current atonement theory

Read More »

A unique vision in Holy Week

Paddy Greene has an interesting take on Jesus vision during his transfiguration and its relationship to his agony in Gethsemane

Read More »

Spirituality and the professions

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

Read More »

Reflecting on the abuse summit

Jesuit theologian welcomes the unmasking of the culture of clericalism and denial at Pope Francis' recent summit on abuse, in Rome

Read More »

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' 

Read More »

Pedro Arrupe’s gift of creativity

Jim Corkery SJ, Professor of Theology at the Gregorian, spoke to Pat Coyle on the recent news that the case for beatification and canonisation of Pedro Arrupe has been opened

Read More »

John Henry Newman: a saint for the times

Blessed John Henry Newman has been cleared for canonisation. Dermot Roantree considers the different uses that Catholics will make of his legacy.

Read More »