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  • Autonomy within the European Union: A Relational Perspective

    Ray and Maurice Kinsella

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    The European Union (EU) has, over the decades, been scarred – and indeed its viability called into question – by a succession of interrelated crises. This period of instability dates, more or less, from the European banking crisis, including the resultant economic and socio-political instability across the eurozone and the wider EU.

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  • Bank Annual Reports: The Place of Sin, Relationships and Social Metrics

    Ray Kinsella

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    Bank Annual Reports: The Place of Sin, Relationships and Social Metrics

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  • Brexit and Europe: a Political and Spiritual Challenge

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    Sébastien Maillard

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  • Building the Archive of Stigmatic Women Religious

    Kristof Smeyers

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    Kristof Smeyers

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  • Calvinists and Lutherans: Contesting the European Reformation

    Graeme Murdock

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    Calvinists and Lutherans: Contesting the European Reformation

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  • Catholic Education – the International Context

    Paul Meany

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    The Irish education system, like others around the world, has evolved from a combination of religious, political, philosophical and economic factors.

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  • Catholic Reform in Ireland in a European Context

    Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin

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    Catholic Reform in Ireland in a European Context

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  • Catholic Schools in Ireland Today – a Changing Sector in a Time of Change

    Marie Griffin

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    There is a popular narrative that sees Catholic education resting on the vestiges of a former hegemony, defending itself against all-comers and employing a siege mentality, resistant to change and totally out of line with the zeitgeist of a modern, pluralist Ireland.

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  • Catholic Social Teaching and Freedom of Association in Ireland

    Gerry Whyte

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    In this paper, I wish to review the legal position of trade unions and their members under the Irish Constitution in light of Catholic Social Teaching on what the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church (hereafter ‘the Compendium’) refers to as ‘the ever urgent worker question,

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  • Catholic Social Teaching and the Gig Economy: Engaging Labour Law and the Desert Fathers

    Cathleen Kaveny

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    Catholic Social Teaching has not only consistently emphasised the dignity of work, it has also tirelessly defended the intrinsic value of the worker. In Rerum novarum (1891), Pope Leo XIII admonished wealthy owners and employers ‘not to look upon their work people as their bondsmen, but to respect in every man his dignity as a person ennobled by Christian character’.

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  • Community Voices and ‘Community Scripts’

    Carmen Mangion

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    Carmen Mangion

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  • Concluding Observations

    David Begg

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    I propose to offer some observations on the themes raised in the other papers, based on my own experience as a labour market practitioner over many years. Christian ethics has never been an abstract concept in industrial relations in Ireland.

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