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spirituality Mar Apr 2017 1    

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SPIRITUALITY MARCH / APRIL 2017

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Working People
Seán McDonagh
There seems little doubt that the changes in the Western world over the past 8 months have been caused to a large extent by the widespread experience of inequality felt by those at the bottom of the pile in Britain and the United States. Seán McDonagh reflects on the impact of artificial intelligence on job losses in the contemporary world.

Show me your Resurrection, Martin McGee OSB and Opening of Eyes Long Closed
Joy Milos
As we enter the great season of Lent and Easter, we are encouraged to reflect on our life’s journey as God’s People. Martin McGee and Joy Milos offer insights for the journey in keeping with the season of renewal.

Ubuntu – Suggestion for Irish Catholic Church Leadership
Angela Hanley
The question of Church leadership is much discussed at the present time. In Rome, some cardinals are calling on Pope Francis to explain himself feeling he has departed from orthodox doctrine pleads for the Irish Church leadership (i.e. the bishops) to deal with the vibrant issues exercising so many thinking Catholics today.

The Spirituality of St Patrick
John Scally
The annual celebration of St Patrick’s Day offers an opportunity to think about the national apostle and his message. John Scally takes a look at the spirituality of Patrick and finds his approach to be very much in tune with contemporary Church teaching.

The Bedford Row Family Project
Larry de Cléir
One of the corporal works of mercy is caring for prisoners. Larry de Cléir outlines the story of how prisoners and their families are helped by a group of committed people in Limerick. ‘As often as you did it to one of these, the least of my brothers and sisters, you did it to me.’ (Mt 25:45)

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