I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog: Inventing the Myth on the Eleventh Night – Review of Connal Parr’s book on Ulster Protestantism.
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?
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 The Nonreligious, Emerging Church and the Institutional Church. The video was produced by Peter Jost, a theologian and church […]
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 from afar to experience Belfast and explore ideas together. While the residential festival is full, there […]
My latest book, Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland, is an academic publication. But I always write with the hope that my research can have some sort of value in the ‘real world.’ So I am delighted that Fr Gerry O’Hanlon SJ cites Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland in his chapter in the recent book, A Dialogue of Hope: Critical […]
On Friday I had the opportunity to respond to the opening chapter in a new book edited by Fr Gerry O’Hanlon SJ, A Dialogue of Hope: Critical Thinking for Critical Times (Messenger Publications, 2017). There was a discussion workshop about the book at Queen’s University called, ‘Hope in Turbulent Times,’ the aim of which was to promote ‘constructive […]
I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog: Did Religious Leaders Contribute to Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland? Review of New Book by Nukhet Sandal.
I’ll be participating in a workshop on ‘Hope in Turbulent Times’ on Friday 23 March, 11 am- 5 pm, in the Old Staff Common Room at Queen’s University Belfast. The workshop hopes to promote ‘constructive engagement and dialogue between secularists and religious believers, in order to imagine an alternative narrative for our day.’ The workshop […]
I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog, ‘Courage of Kingsmills Victims Defied Sectarian Divide.’
My review of Emmanuel Katongole’s latest book, The Journey of Reconciliation: Groaning for a New Creation in Africa (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2017), has been published on the ‘Catholic Books Review’ website. You can read the full review here, or reproduced below. I urge you to check out the Catholic Books Review site – there is an […]
I’ve long lamented the high price of academic books, so I’m pleased to announce that my latest book, Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland: Religious Practice in Late Modernity, is featured in Oxford University Press’ 50% off Christmas Sale. That means you can pick up a copy for £30. It’s still pricier than a Stephen King paperback, I’m afraid (and […]