With chapters on Pearse and Connolly, history, theology, politics, economics come together in creative dialogue to illuminate topics such as nationalism, unionism, and republicanism.
‘ … argues persuasively that a theology of redemption that is not just other-worldly can be a cogent tool in mobilising the political forces necessary to create a more just and caring society in both parts of this island.’ – T.P. O’Mahony in Doctrine & Life
About the Author
John Marsden teaches Theology and Christian Social Ethics, he is a Church of Ireland Rector of Newbridge and offers readers contextual theology.
A lifetime spent teaching theology and being active in promoting liturgical education and practices enables Liam G. Walsh to offer an account of the major phases of the development of the Roma Rite. The purpose is to help readers come...
There is a pressing pastoral need to recognise the hopes and dreams, the disappointments and frustrations of all those Catholics who had believed that Vatican II would bring about reform and renewal in the church. This is the need which...