Fr Gerry Reynolds as an Icon of Christian Unity

Yesterday I spoke about ‘Fr Gerry Reynolds as an Icon of Christian Unity’ at the ‘Ormeau Churches Together’ group’s annual prayer breakfast marking the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (18-25 January).

The text of my address is below.

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Publication of Jennifer Todd’s Identity Change after Conflict

Last month the work of  Jennifer Todd, professor of politics at University College Dublin, was celebrated with a day-long conference at the Royal Irish Academy.

The conference was titled, ‘The Politics of Conflict and Transformation: Northern Ireland in Comparative Perspective,’ Read more...

Review of Aidan Donaldson’s The Beatitudes of Pope Francis: New Post on Slugger

I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog: Faith in the Shadow of the Abuse Crisis – Review of Aidan Donaldson’s The Beatitudes of Pope Francis.Read more...

Catherine Maignant Review of Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland: ‘indispensable reading’

I have just become aware of Catherine Maignant’s review of my latest book, Transforming Post-Catholic Irelandpublished in 2016 in the French-language academic journal, Etudes Irlandaises (Irish Studies).

Maignant is Professor of Irish Studies at the University of Lille.Read more...

Has ‘The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis’ Reached Ireland?: My review of Gerry O’Hanlon’s New Book on Slugger

Check out Slugger O’Toole for my review of the new book by Fr Gerry O’Hanlon, The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis: A Synodal Catholic Church in Ireland?Read more...

Review of Archbishop Eames’ Unfinished Search: New Post on Slugger

I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog, a review of Archbishop Robin Eames’ book Unfinished Search. I ask: Will another opportunity to address the past slip through our hands?… Read more...

Understanding ‘No Religion’ – New Video on Vakuum via Peter Jost

You can watch a video of my talk, The Apocalypse for Religion: Understanding People who identify as ‘No Religion’, which I gave last week at Wake, an annual boutique festival in Belfast curated by Peter Rollins. The video title is … Read more...

The Apocalypse for Religion – at Peter Rollins’ Wake Festival

Today I had the privilege of participating in Wake, an annual boutique festival in Belfast, which is curated by Peter Rollins. It’s always a treat to catch up on Pete’s latest work, and to meet the people who come … Read more...