Michael Kirwan SJ

Pathways to Holiness

December 18, 2023

'Pathways to Holiness: Ethics in Early Christianity' was the title of renowned theologian James Keenan SJ's lecture at the Loyola Institute.

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Online theology for seekers

January 21, 2022

The 2022 'Faith Seeking Understanding' online theology lecture series at the Loyola Institute, TCD, starts on Wednesday 2 February.

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Theology, philosophy and literature in conversation

July 6, 2021

Professor David Jasper gave a keynote speech on John Henry Newman at the Power of the Word international conference from 28 June to 2 July

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Shakespeare and the Jesuits: “no collusion”?

June 19, 2021

'What are the resonances between Shakespearean political theology and Jesuit political thought and practice?' Dr Michael Kirwan SJ presents a potential answer

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Know what you’re talking about

January 7, 2021

A four-week online introduction to theology will be given by the Loyola Institute Trinity College Dublin, starting on Wednesday 27 January. It's open to all.

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King Lear, populism and the coronavirus

June 10, 2020

Michael Kirwan SJ explores the rise of the 'new fascism' against the backdrop of anti-racist protests and the Covid-19 pandemic

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Religious Literacy: Challenges for today

January 20, 2020

The increasing estrangement of western societies from Christian belief and practice was theme of a recent event in the Loyola Institute TCD

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Ireland from one pope to another

June 12, 2019

The dramatic changes in Catholic Ireland between the visits of Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis set the theme for the summer issue of 'Studies'

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The joy and urgency of Jesuit wisdom

March 12, 2019

Michael Kirwan SJ identifies a way for Jesuit schools to respond optimistically and creatively to the darker tones of contemporary culture

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Doing theology in dangerous times

June 27, 2018

The Summer issue of Studies leads with a challenging analysis of the political and cultural upheavals which are afflicting the world at present

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