2019: Volume 108

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John Bruton

Contents

  • The 1918 Election and its relevance to Modern Irish Politics

    John Bruton

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    In this article I will describe the campaign in the 1918 General Election in the part of Ireland I know best, County Meath, and draw from that local contest broader national themes that marked this election and its aftermath.

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  • The Challenge for Catholic Schools in Contemporary Ireland

    Damon McCaul

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    In St John’s gospel (Jn 18:37 – 38), at his trial, Jesus says, ‘Everyone on the side of truth listens to me’.

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  • The Future of EU Labour Law: Insights from Christian Ethics

    Mark Bell

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    This article focuses upon the discreet question of what role, if any, there might be for Christian ethics in shaping the future direction of EU labour law.

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  • The Future of Work after Laudato si’

    Martin Maier SJ

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    The encyclical Laudato Si’ of Pope Francis is a document that is both dramatic and hopeful. Dramatic because it leaves the reader in no doubt that the prevailing global system, with its reckless exploitation of natural resources and dangerous climate change, is heading for catastrophe.

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  • The Importance of Laws for Whistleblowing

    William Kingston

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    Since Whistleblowing was first discussed in Studies in 2001, the focus on actions from within organisations to stop wrongdoing in them has intensified.

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  • What Constitutes a Catholic School in 2019? A Legal Perspective

    Feichín McDonagh

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    What, in law, is a Catholic school? How do the Irish Constitution and the Education act 1998 regard a ‘Catholic school’ or for that matter any school with a religious patron?…

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  • Young People and the Future of the Irish Church

    Breda O’Brien

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    The World Meeting of Families in August 2018 was a great boost for those who attended the event in the RDS. From the beginning, it was virtually ignored by mainstream media, and while the organisers and attendees valiantly tweeted and posted, it could not overcome the absence of mainstream coverage. Therefore, it had little wider impact beyond the people who attended.

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