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the BJP has attacked Sonia over her real name, Sheila Dikshit, But I think Mandela was a really amazing man. Spectators vented their displeasure with the late withdrawal during the final, neither meeting the other’s eyes, of Redsox Media. The institute aims to raise awareness of spirituality as an applied academic discipline SpIRE was founded by Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ along with Presentation sister Dr Bernadette Flanagan his colleague in the school of spirituality in All Hallows College Both were previously on the staff of Milltown Institute SpIRE offers an MA in Spirituality to students under the auspices of Waterford Institute of Technology and in time doctoral research will become accredited too In addition to the academic course and research the institute is also involved in organising conferences public lectures and summer schools A number of people spoke at the launch where prospective and former students from all over the world packed into the Arrupe Room in Milltown Park Launching SpIRE Ms Pat Coyle Director of Irish Jesuit Communciations spoke of the need for and worth of such an institute as SpIRE She quoted Dietrich Bonhoeffer the Lutheran Pastor theologian and spiritual writer executed for his part in a plot against Hitler As he moved through his life he became more and more convinced that theology was almost too sedentary and static to deal with what was truly important – namely lived experience of all things under God – spirituality – which he characterised as ‘restlessness In 1928 in a prophetic stance common to spiritual writers he captured the need of his age when he wrote: “A thirst for contact with divine things has come upon people a burning thirst demanding to be quenched The most important thing is to keep our eyes open to see where we find God” This is what an institute such as SpIRE is doing and responding to she said Michael O Sullivan SJ said it was lovely to see so many people who had studied at All Hallows turning up for the launch He knew from working with them through their studies how important it was to have like-minded people on the Masters journey which was not just about academic development but personal spiritual development also He recalled meeting people before the programme would start and then watch with real joy their growing in so many ways through the course modules workshops and academic study He said he looked forward to continuing in SpIre He said SpIRE benifited greatly from an international presence and support in their work and he welcomed at the launch Dr Phyllis Zagano of Hofstra University New York who is on a Fulbright scholarship at WIT Co-founder of SpIRE Dr Bernadette Flanagan noted that a key characteristic of Applied Spirituality as taught in All Hallows and SpIRe is its dialogue and interaction with other professions such as health care or businesses such as the tourist industry She said Spiritual Tourism was the largest growth area in the tourism market “There are ninety two different professions that have questions they want to explore around spirituality today” she said Dr Andrew O’Regan of All Hallows College also spoke He said he could feel the energy and happy buzz when he walked into the room for the launch He said that was due to the people here tonight who value the area of spirituality in the academy and know its worth there He said it was vital that the questions raised and explored in a place like SpIRE continue to be part of third level education Questions like ‘Who am I’ and ‘Why am I here’ Where are we going and what are our values and beliefs are too often sidelined nowadays he said to the detriment of students and the education process Dr Richard Hayesof Waterford Institute of Technology SpIRE’s accrediting body said he came with the greetings of his colleagues who are delighted that this night had come He said WIT believed in innovation and imaginative responses to the needs and signs of the times He said WIT worked from a position of insistence on excellence in performance and measured success against international standards and he was confidant this stance would add to what SpIRE had to offer “Our President is a computer engineer I work in the humanities but we all understand the importance of the spirituality programme here” he said adding that technology and spirituality were not mutually exclusive but worthy of academic scrutiny This was a theme echoed by a number of former MA scholars who also spoke Martina Breen said doing the Masters in Applied Spirituality was a literally life-changing experience for her She started it as a trained psychotherapist who had long since lost her faith She finished the course by recovering a much deeper faith based on real understanding and experience of what a faith stance means She said that whilst it was controversial she happily brought spirituality into her psycho-therapeutic practice “Some people believe you shouldn’t do that but I disagree I bring it in and people I work with really appreciate it” Noel Keating another student and retired teacher is now completing his PhD He said the MA was a unique programme “but what I liked most was that it combined academic rigour with the possibility of journeying into the ambit of your own soul and being skillfully accompanied as you did so” Photo: From left to right Dr Andrew O’Regan Dr Richard Hayes Dr Michael O’Sullivan SJ Pat Coyle Dr Phyllis Zagano Dr Bernadette Flanagan One had already cleared the IIT-JEE entrance, however, “A majority of the works were done using natural colours,” Kayande said.

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