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‘How in Heaven’s name did we get from Bethlehem to here?: What we can learn from the early Church’. Fr Tom McCarthy OP, a priest of the Irish Province of Dominicans, guides us through some of the main developments in early Christian theology, showing how the whole process is really

In this episode of St. Saviour’s Symposium we have Dr Miguel DeArce giving a presentation on ‘Friendship, Religion and the Spread of Darwinism’. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4683f-tvs1s

Kevin Hargaden giving a talk on Facebook, Loneliness and Bonhoeffer’s ‘Life Together’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckROrYYxGDU

The last meeting of the St Saviour’s Symposium for the academic year 2010/11 was addressed by Dr Catherine Kavanagh of the Department of Philosophy, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. Dr Kavanagh studied at UCD and Notre Dame, and is an expert in the thought of the ninth-century Irishman Johannes Scottus Eriugena.

On the 1st of May 2011, Pope Benedict beatified his predecessor, John Paul II. John Paul’s legacy will be analysed by historians for years to come, but perhaps the best way we can honour his memory is to study his teachings. With this in mind, the topic of this symposium

Dr. Angelo Bottone giving a lecture on Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman and his Idea of A University. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id_IxGYF0nw