Theology for a planet in crisis

October 4, 2022

Dr Dermot A. Lane rebukes humanity’s self-absorption and selfish harnessing of natural resources for a more integrated theology.

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Studies: Explaining the present

September 15, 2021

The lead article of the Autumn 2021 issue of Studies explores the significance of modernity's turn away from the truly Christian understanding of temporality

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What is the real cost of debt?

July 7, 2021

The June 2021 issue of 'Working Notes' tackles the thorny subject of debt in theory, in theology, and in its concrete manifestations

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Faith Seeking Understanding: Making sense of God as Father

February 9, 2021

The Loyola Institute online theology course begins with Dr John McDade examining questions relating to God's fatherhood

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The two gardeners

January 12, 2021

BILL TONER SJ :: God resembles the gardener who nurses sick plants back to health rather than the gardener who pulls them up in order to keep everything neat

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A matter of life and death

December 1, 2020

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ responds to the call by Gino Kenny TD for a respectful debate about assisted dying, proposing a wider frame for understanding suffering and dignity

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Spirituality after Einstein

November 10, 2020

BILL TONER SJ :: The insights of Einstein have changed our understanding of the whole universe, but this does not put paid to spirituality.

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Holy Week musings on the coronavirus: where is God?

April 6, 2020

GERRY O'HANLON SJ :: Finding meaning in the coronavirus outbreak in the light of the Easter message

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Silence, language, and Christian feminism

February 26, 2020

Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at Roehampton University, gave a public lecture on theology, language and meaning in Laudato Si’ and Querida Amazonia

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Elections should address ‘burning issue’ of ecology

January 29, 2020

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, Jesuit theologian, discusses with Pat Coyle the upcoming general election from a Christian perspective

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