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Bruce Bradley SJ on the story of Irish Jesuit Journal ‘Studies’

audio March 5, 2014

Irish Jesuits · Bruce Bradley on the story of Irish Jesuit Journal ‘Studies’ Studies is a Jesuit periodical founded in 1912. Its aim was to make a real contribution to...

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Making one’s voice heard

May 26, 2009

Although it has been running for less than three months, the Studies Blog of Fergus O’Donoghue SJ has garnered considerable attention in the wider world. In this last week, both...

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Examining underbelly of Celtic Tiger

December 2, 2008

At a time when it seems that the grand edifice of Western capitalism is in conflagration, it is apt that the Winter 2008 volume of the Jesuit journal Studies should...

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“Is religion dangerous?” – public lecture

September 23, 2008

The question to which the third public lecture of Studies Quarterly Review and The Iona Institute will be addressed is ‘Is religion dangerous?’ This is the title of one of...

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The churches and education

June 17, 2008

The summer 2008 issue of Studies, the Irish Jesuit quarterly review, addresses a series of matters relating to Irish education. Under the title ‘Educating ourselves’, it carries articles about Catholic...

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The family today

March 4, 2008

The Irish family is not in crisis, but neither is it in full health. So argues Fergus O’Donoghue SJ in the editorial of the spring 2008 issue of Studies, which...

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The God solution

February 26, 2008

Professor Simon Conway Morris, of the School of Earth Sciences at  Cambridge University, gave this spring’s Studies / Iona Institute lecture at the Davenport Hotel, Dublin, on 21 February. Using...

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