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A long way to go
The last few weeks have been dark and difficult in the Irish Church. I have heard people, especially priests, say that it has been the most difficult time for them since we started to have to deal with child sexual abuse. ...
So as not to despise God's grace: re-assessing Rahner's idea of the "anonymous Christian"
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2004)
Rahner’s idea of the “anonymous Christian” is the best known, most controversial and most often misunderstood aspect of his theology. It is important to re-visit the idea because it is not an “optional extra” in his work ...
‘The price of sparrows’: experiencing God today
(Columba Press, 1992)
Religion is in decline in Ireland. Many questions spring to mind. Why are fewer people experiencing active and involved membership of the Church as fulfilling? Why does the prevailing attitude of the media to the Church ...
God in the workplace - challenges for third-level chaplaincy
(The Furrow, 2012)