Patten calls for honest leaders

February 26, 2020

Chris Patten, former governor of Hong Kong, called for leaders who would stand up for the rule of law at a lecture in Dublin organised by the Jesuit journal Studies

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Lacan and the Jesuit connection

December 19, 2018

Brendan Staunton SJ was one of the speakers at an international psychotherapy conference in honour of former Jesuit and psychotherapist Cormac Gallagher

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Studies: telling the nuns’ story

September 26, 2018

The autumn issue of Studies is dedicated to issues regarding the written and oral records of the life and work of women religious in Ireland

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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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The Macardles of Dundalk

June 12, 2018

NCI lecturer Desmond Gibney writes in 'Studies' about Jesuit Andrew Macardle, immortalised in Joyce's 'Portrait of the Artist', and his Dundalk brewing family

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Latest Studies marks Reformation anniversary

December 20, 2017

There is some truth in the idea of the Tudor Reformation as a kind of 16th-century religious Brexit, according to articles in the latest Studies

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Death of eminent historian

December 11, 2017

Renowned Irish historian and Marist priest Fr Brendan Bradshaw died peacefully yesterday, 10 December, at Cherryfield Nursing Home in Milltown Park

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Democracy in peril

September 13, 2017

The theme of the current issue of Studies is the threats posed in recent times to democracy, even in some of the world's most staunchly democratic states

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The besetting sin of banking and finance

June 14, 2017

In the summer issue of 'Studies', Professor Ray Kinsella addresses the failure of banks to engage with the moral implications of their decision-making processes on society

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Where to for the Irish Church?

March 22, 2017

The lead articles of the Spring 2017 issue of Studies all concur in the judgement that a phase – at least a phase – of Irish Catholicism has ended

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