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Theology in Ireland: Changing Contours and Contexts
It struck many people as strange that a topic such as this, a particularly broad and general one, would be chosen as the keynote address at a major symposium to honour the lives and work of Bernard Lonergan and Karl Rahner. ...
The commodification of religion and the challenges for Theology: reflections from the Irish experience
The symposium that gave rise to these papers set out to assess the core thesis of Vincent Miller's recent book, Consuming Religion. As Miller's text is written from the perspective of the USA, our task was to consider ...
The value of Theology
(The Furrow, 2002)
The Irish Church has been criticized for its lack of theolo gical substance. Of recent years, on the other hand, there has been quite a growth in the study of theology both at the formal student level and at the more ...
The non-ordained in ministry
(The Furrow, 1995)
I have been asked by the Pastoral Commission of CORI (formerly the Conference of Major Religious Superiors) to provide some theological reflections arising out of the results of their survey of non-ordained ministers. ...