REMINDER: Catholicism in Crisis? Seminar this Friday 4th Feb!

Critical Issues in Irish Society Network presents:

Catholicism in Crisis?

A PhD Seminar Series

2:30pm- 4:30pm

Friday 4th Feb 2011

Room F308, Newman Building, Belfield, University College Dublin

Click here for map (Building 36, Grid ref D8)

You have suffered grievously and I am truly sorry. I know that nothing can undo the wrong you have endured. Your trust has been betrayed and your dignity has been violated.”
– Pope Benedict XVI, pastoral letter to Irish Catholics, 20th March 2010.

***Working papers now available from our seminars page***

We are pleased to invite you to our second seminar taking place this Friday at 2:30pm in UCD where we continue to dissect the theme of ‘Ireland in Crisis’. This seminar brings together PhDs from across disciplines in Ireland to present current issues in Catholicism and Catholic identity. It is an opportunity for researchers to connect, share ideas and address issues that are of critical importance in their field. It also offers an opportunity to learn more about cutting edge research being produced by students in Ireland today.

– All are welcome! –

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About Critical Issues in Irish Society Network

A group of PhDs from the School of Sociology in University College Dublin, Ireland have decided to take action and connect with other PhDs and early stage researchers across the human sciences in Ireland. Our intention is to establish a series of seminars in which we can exchange ideas, connect with others, encourage collaboration and develop our community. More details to come... Email: phdseminars.ucd@gmail.com
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