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New Book by Wilfrid Harrington OP

New Book by Wilfrid Harrington OP

The Priory Institute is pleased to announce that Wilfrid Harrington's new book is now available. Like Father, Like Son sets out to indicate how the Son, in his deeds and his teachings and in his death, gives human expression to the Father. And how the Father, by raising him from the dead, authenticates this revelation.

Covid-19 Priory Institute Response

Covid-19 Priory Institute Response

In response to the Coronavirus, Covid-19 situation we in the Priory Institute are taking the following actions

Aquinas and Wisdom

Aquinas and Wisdom

Professor Paul O'Grady gave the 2020 Aquinas Lecture on January 28 in The Priory Institute

Our Lady of Lourdes Novena 2020

Our Lady of Lourdes Novena 2020

Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes takes place at St Mary's Priory, Tallaght Village from Sunday 3 February to Tuesday 11 February.

The Mass: Yesterday, Today ... and Forever

The Mass: Yesterday, Today ... and Forever

Liam G. Walsh OP has written a book examining the major phases in the development of the Mass of the Roman Rite

Centenary of Henry Flanagan OP

Centenary of Henry Flanagan OP

The Priory Institute hosted a showing of a selection of the smaller-scaled sculptures of Henry Flanagan OP last Saturday March 2nd. The event, organised by Jordan O'Brien OP provided an opportunity to consider the extent of Flanagan's creative output following the centenary of his birth in 1918.

Launch of John Scally's latest book

Launch of John Scally's latest book

John Scally’s book 'Beautiful Thoughts for Beautiful Minds' launched at the Priory Institute

Aquinas Lecture 2019, Michał Paluch OP

Aquinas Lecture 2019, Michał Paluch OP

The Aquinas Lecture 2019 will be given by Michał Paluch OP on Monday 28th January at the Priory Institute.

We are pleased to announce a new MA in Aquinas Studies

We are pleased to announce a new MA in Aquinas Studies

The MA will be taught by distance learning over two years, with a taught component (60 credits in total) delivered over three semesters of 15 weeks. A dissertation of 15,000 words (30 credits) will be completed in the fourth semester.

Join our Weekly Discussion Groups in Tallaght

Join our Weekly Discussion Groups in Tallaght

The Gospel of Mark and The History of Mysticism are read and discussed in groups led by Philip McShane OP.