Gerry O’Hanlon S.J.

Gerry O’Hanlon SJ is a staff member of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice and is Associate Professor of Theology at the Milltown Institute. He has undertaken Doctoral studies at Queen’s University Belfast and was resident for two years at the Presbyterian Chaplaincy in Queen’s. He is a former Provincial of the Irish Province of the Jesuits. Resident since 1987 in Cherry Orchard, he has a strong interest in social theology and Christian-Muslim dialogue. Writer of many publications/ articles including “Solidarity: the Missing Link, Women in the Church, One City, Two Tiers and others below


  1. Do you want to work for a more Just Society?
  2. How Much Equality is Needed for Justice
  3. The Vatican and Jon Sobrino
  4. Asking the Right Questions: Christians, Muslims, Citizens in Ireland
  5. Abridged Address to Milltown Seminar 19th April 2011

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