15 November 2020, 06:00 PM

A Lived Jesuit Approach to Spirituality

A session by Rev Dr Michael O'Sullivan SJ
PhD, Theologian, MA Applied Spirituality, Dir. of SpIRE, Spirituality Inst. for Research & Education & Waterford Inst. of Technology

In this talk we explore Michael's relationship with spirituality from the early influences that affected his approach to Christianity, to the strength of his faith working as a Jesuit priest in Pinochet's Chile. We discuss the move towards equality for women in the priesthood, how people today are seeking within themselves for answers and what effect this has on the role of the church in the 21st century. Please join me for this openhearted conversation with Michael O'Sullivan.


OFFER

I am offering 2 chapters of mine on the theme of Spiritual Capital from two different books for anyone attending this session. They are available for you to read and download in the media files on my Talk Page when the video is available.

My full BIOGRAPHY with links to videos is also in the media files.


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  • BIOGRAPHY
  • Spiritual Capital and the Turn to Spirituality book chapter
  • Spiritual Capital & Authentic Subjectivity book chapter

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Articles and Publications

I am a Research Fellow of the University of the Free State, South Africa. Many of my articles are available to download by clicking the link here, and my book 'Spiritual Capital' co-edited with Bernadette Flanagan is available in the book link under Connect with Michael.

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