Niamh Middleton Blog
Religious Education in Australian State Schools by Jassy WatsonRead more.
Sequana and Blessed Water by Deanne Quarrie
For all who protested over the water charges in Ireland……Read more.
Mary McAleese, former President of Ireland, said that a synod on the family composed primarily of celibate males was ‘bonkers’.Read more.
Pope Francis’s Task
As Pope Francis prepares for the upcoming and crucial synod on the family which must deal with such topics asRead more.
Whose God is it, Anyway? by Esther Nelson
Brilliant, yet common sense insights into how religion can breed intolerance and persecution when it’s practitioners feel that their wayRead more.
Mary Magdalene: The Most Misunderstood Woman in History?
Up until the 1960s, Mary Magdalene was officially a ‘sinful woman’ in Roman Catholicism. In twentieth century Ireland, for example,Read more.
Non-Religious Women in the Church: In my last post I mentioned that, as a feminist theologian, I often find myself
However, female theologians from the secular sphere face their own particular challenges, and these challenges are both new and uniqueRead more.
Welcome to the musings of a Feminist theologian and would-be author who has many interesting tales to tell of beingRead more.
- Evangelicals and Evolution: Closing the Gap 26th September 2018
- The Widow’s Tale: How I Almost Lost My Faith 12th March 2018
- My Thoughts on the Mary McAleese Affair 12th March 2018
- Religious Indoctrination Irish Style (Part 2) 19th October 2017
- My Take on the Stephen Fry/Blasphemy Affair 6th May 2017