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Is there a Church in Ireland after Cullen? – Ciarán O’Carroll (A22-19)

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Tutor: Ciarán O’Carroll

Thursdays: 7:30 – 9:00PM

Dates: 15 September- 27 October

Cost: €80 (7 weeks)

Module Ref: A22-19

The Centre will be closed for mid-term break 31 October – 4 November.

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Module Description

Archbishop Dermot Farrell writes: ‘The Church is continually changing and adapting. The People of God are a people on the move, a people on pilgrimage through life and history. This is how the Church actually is; never static, but continually responding to a changing cultural context’. ‘This module will describe how the Church Universal has lived this reality. With respect to Ireland, it will explore different models of Church from the time of St Patrick to today. It will place its evangelisation in the contexts of the wider Universal Church and of cultural changes that Ireland has experienced down the ages.

Rev. Ciarán O’ Carroll is the parish priest of Sacred Heart Parish, Donnybrook, Dublin. Formerly Rector of the Pontifical Irish College, Rome he holds a doctorate in ecclesiastical history. He graduated from University College Dublin, the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, also known as the Angelicum, and the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. He has taught ecclesiastical history at a variety of Catholic Colleges and institutes and contributed to a variety of works on the Catholic Church in Ireland in the nineteenth century.

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