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A review of "Does God Care?" by Wilfrid Harrington
(The Furrow, 1994)
A review of "Becoming a Woman" by Valerie Vance Dillon; "Becoming a Man" by William J. Bausch
(The Furrow, 1990)
The Christian view of sexuality is a wholesome one, yet many people perceive it to be negative and oppressive. How often we hear people speak on radio or television about their being 'liberated' from the strict Catholic ...
A review of "Inside My Father's House" by George A. Kelly
(The Furrow, 1991)
Mgr George Kelly is a well-known figure in the American Church. He is outspoken and controversial, holding strongly conservative views which he expresses with energy and enthusiasm. This book is a memoir of the years of ...
Review of 'Tara: A Select Bibliography' compiled by Edel Bhreathnach
(Meath Archaeological & Historical Society, 1997)
A review of "Jesus the Liberator: A Historical-Theological Reading of Jesus of Nazareth" by Jon Sobrino, Paul Burns and Francis McDonagh
(The Furrow, 1995)
In the first part of this book Sobrino establishes the importance of the setting in which Christology is done. He draws attention to the historical situation of poverty, suffering, dispossession and oppression in Latin ...
A review of 'Dublin through the Ages by Art Cosgrove' (Pre-published version)
(Cambridge University Press, 1990)
This collection of eight studies examines the development of Dublin from the ninth century to the late 1980s, tracing the physical growth of the city, the fluctuations of its population, and the varying fortunes of its ...
A review of "Why You Can Disagree... and Remain a Faithful Catholic" by Philip S. Kaufman
(The Furrow, 1991)
The basic thesis of this book is that Catholics have a right to know not only official Church teaching but also 'other information in the Church'. In his foreword, Richard A. McCormack, the distinguished moral theologian ...
A review of '"I Remember Your Name in the Night. Thinking about death" by Donagh O'Shea'
(The Furrow, 1997)
Those who are already familiar with Fr O'Shea's reflections in books such as Take nothing for the journey (1990) will be delighted to hear from him again. His own personal journey has continued and he invites the reader ...