Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth is the National Seminary for Ireland as well as a Pontifical University with faculties of Philosophy, Theology and Canon Law.
Other publications during 2010 include the following:
Bioethics and the Catholic Moral Tradition
by Pádraig Corkery
Drawing on his experience of teaching bioethics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, this volume is intended for a general audience who would like to learn more about this fascinating and complex subject.
24 November 2010: Patristic Symposium launches three volumes
Most Rev Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin will launch the collected papers of the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Conferences of the Patristic Symposium on Wednesday, 24 November at 7.30.p.m. in Renehan Hall.
The Gospel of Luke by Reverend Michael Mullins
23rd June 2010
Fr Michael Mullins, former Professor of Sacred Scripture at Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth, has completed his fourth commentary on the Evangelists.
Entitled The Gospel of Luke it was launched in Ballybricken, Waterford where Fr Mullins is now Parish Priest.
Events and activities of the year in St Patrick's College are recorded in words and pictures, as well as researched articles on aspects of the College history.
Editor: Ben Hodnett
Rev Professor Brendán Leahy: Priests Today: Reflections on Identity, Life and Ministry, Hyde Park: New City Press, 2010
Rev Professor Thomas J Norris: Cardinal Newman for Today, Dublin: Columba Press, 2010
8th March 2010
Saving Sport, by Kevin O'Gorman SMA, launched by Archbishop Dermot Clifford
The general loss of a sense of the sacred leads to the question of whether sport is now becoming a substitute for spirituality. Saving Sport explores key questions about the experience of sport, and its expression by the media, in the conversation between church and society on faith and culture.
Monday, 8th March, 8.00 p.m.
The Furrow is a monthly journal for the contemporary Church. It enjoys an international reputation as a courageous and impartial forum for discussing the challenges facing the Church today and of the resources available to meet them. The Furrow was founded in 1950 at Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth by the late J G McGarry, a Professor in the College, and it continues as a vibrant voice for renewal of the Church across the world. The editor is Ronan Drury.
Over nearly sixty years, its contributors include:
The Irish Theological Quarterly is a refereed journal of systematic, moral, and historical theology, and of sacred scripture, founded in the Pontifical University at Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth. It is committed to the advancement of constructive and critical scholarship in these areas and welcomes to its pages theologians from the international forum. Whereas its primary emphasis is on classical and contemporary theological issues, it also invites contributions from ancillary disciplines, such as philosophy, classical studies, and the social sciences, inasmuch as they have a direct bearing on theological reflection. Rooted in the Catholic tradition, the ITQ aims to be a place of discussion that is informed by this tradition, but it encourages equally an ecumenical and interfaith exchange in its presentations. The editor is Michael A Conway.
The ITQ features:
Intercom is a pastoral and liturgical resource magazine published by Veritas Group, an agency of the Irish Catholic Bishops' Commission on Communications. There are ten issues per year, including double issues for July-August and December-January. Correspondence for the editorial board should be sent to the Chairperson, c/o Columba Centre, Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth, Co Kildare. The editor is Francis Cousins.
The Kalendarium is an annual publication of Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth, aimed at students, prospective students and seminarians providing information on the Seminary and the Pontifical University for the current year. Student oriented, it outlines academic courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma level in the faculties of Philosophy, Theology and Canon Law of the Pontifical University. It also provides a record of students, ordinations and orders in the Seminary. This year the editor is Louise Hennessy, with the help of previous editor Dominic McNamara.
The Maynooth Theological Journal (MTJ) is a biannual journal that provides a scholarly forum for undergraduate and postgraduate students to share their theological work and research interests. This journal, which was founded in 2010, originates from the difficulties that students may experience in attempting to bring their academic work to a wider audience. This refereed journal, which is a companion to the Irish Theological Quarterly, acts as a forum for students to develop their theological studies. The MTJ aims to equip students with the requisite skills for future publication in more established academic journals. The Editor is Jonathan Burroughs.
is a refereed history sources journal, published annually by Saint Patrick's College and the department
of modern history, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. It is the official organ of the Catholic Record Society,
founded in 1911. The first issue of Archivium Hibernicum appeared
in 1912, edited by James MacCaffrey (1875-1935), professor of ecclesiastical
history in Saint Patrick's College Maynooth. Since 1973 it has incorporated
the proceedings of the Irish Catholic Historical Committee and since
2001 it has published archival material produced by the Irish in
Europe Project in the department of modern history, NUI Maynooth.