Shop

Showing 37–48 of 267 results

Marie Griffin

Contents

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

    Marie Griffin

    Read Article Summary

    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.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Catholic Social Teaching and Freedom of Association in Ireland

    Gerry Whyte

    Read Article Summary

    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,

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Catholic Social Teaching and the Gig Economy: Engaging Labour Law and the Desert Fathers

    Cathleen Kaveny

    Read Article Summary

    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’.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Catholicism in Modern Ireland – Ellen Coyne’s Are You There, God? It’s Me, Ellen

    Greg Daly

    Read Article Summary

    Few phrases from the Second Vatican Council fall more readily from the lips of those familiar with it than ‘signs of the times’. Christmas 1961 saw its first use in a conciliar context, when in his message convening the Council the following year, Pope St John XXIII reminded people that Christ has not left the world he redeemed, and recommended ‘that one should know how to distinguish the signs of the times’.1

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Christian Democracy and the Birth of the European Union

    Bryan Fanning

    Read Article Summary

    In the aftermath of the Second World War Christian Democracy quickly became a prominent political force in several European countries, though not in Scandinavia or Great Britain.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Christianity for Grown-Ups

    Kieran J O’Mahony

    Read Article Summary

    Enjoyable is the wrong word to describe Derek Scally’s The Best Catholics in the World (the book is too salty for that), but I did appreciate the constant and genuine effort to understand and to contextualise an evil which infested the Church, accelerating an already gathering decline.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Community Voices and ‘Community Scripts’

    Carmen Mangion

    Read Article Summary

    Carmen Mangion

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Concluding Observations

    David Begg

    Read Article Summary

    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.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • COVID-19 Lockdowns and the Right to Education in Ireland

    Alan Brady and James Rooney

    Read Article Summary

    In January 2021, the Minister for Education ordered all schools – including special schools – closed, in response to the third, and, so far, most extreme, wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • COVID-19: Law and Human Rights: Foreword

    Conor Casey and Oran Doyle

    Read Article Summary

    In June 2020, the Law School at Trinity College Dublin established the COVID-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory to explain, analyse and critique Ireland’s legal response to COVID-19.

    We are honoured to have been asked to contribute to this volume of Studies, highlighting some of the principal themes that have animated our work over the past twenty months.

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Daniel O’Connell and Alfred Elmore’s Martyrdom of Thomas à Becket

    Caoimhín de Bhailís

    Read Article Summary

    Caoimhín de Bhailís

    7.00 Purchase Single Article
  • Democracy in Crisis

    Thomas N Mitchell

    Read Article Summary

    Democracy in Crisis

    7.00 Purchase Single Article