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Tom O'Loughlin

Professor of Historical Theology, Faculty of Arts

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Biography

Born in Dublin, I began my life in universities when I did a B.A. in philosophy and medieval history in University College Dublin. Immediately after that I began work on my B.D. in theology from St Patrick's College, Maynooth. By this stage I knew I wanted to do research in early medieval thought, and did an M. Phil. in medieval studies concentrating on the cultural influences on the thought of Plotinus and Augustine. During the time I was doing the M.Phil. I became increasingly aware of the need to be skilled in languages of late antiquity and in palaeography - and entering the world of manuscripts was, though I did not realize it at the time, going to be a major step in my way of looking at the world, while at the same time my interests were moving ever more towards historical theology.

I was subsequently offered a research fellowship in the Department of Late Latin and Palaeography in University College Dublin, and later again I was made a Scholar in School of Celtic Studies of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, and this led to my Ph.D. which was devoted to the tradition of Genesis interpretation in Latin between the death of Augustine and the Carolingians.

While doing research for my M.Phil. and, later, for the Ph.D. I held various teaching positions (in University College Dublin, the Milltown Institute, Dublin, and the Dominican Studium in Dublin) teaching traditional logic, the history of theology, patristics, and church history. This teaching not only gave me a perspective on the topics I was researching, but exerted a constant pressure to reflect on my own theological method and to recognize that while my teaching might be valued by others as 'history of theology' or 'the history of ideas,' my own impulse to teach and research was rooted in the discipline and perspective of historical theology.

Teaching has also influenced the content of my research in a variety of ways. I have become fascinated with how earlier teachers taught theology and how the tools they developed to help them in that task had an impact on the theology they taught. Likewise, theology is a discipline that reflects its modes of communication far more than other academic pursuits: 'gospel' is communicated as 'the gospels' and, in turn, 'the gospels' become the core of 'gospel'; the early churches used codices rather than scrolls - the effects are still with us; theology became a university discipline when it moved out of a primarily oral environment and Christianity became a book-based religion; now what will happen in the new orality that arises with the web? These questions about communication fascinate me and crop up again and again in what I write.

While a Scholar the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies I was offered a post in the Dept of Theology and Religious Studies in the University of Wales, Lampeter beginning in January 1997. That appointment allowed me to develop a distinctive style of historical theology focused on the dynamics of tradition within theology. This work led eventually to my being made the first Professor of Historical Theology in the University of Wales in February 2006; and to the award of a D.D. by Bangor University in 2010. I am a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries; the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; and of the Royal Historical Society.

I was invited to accept the post of Professor of Historical Theology here in the University of Nottingham in 2009, and am happy to belong to a department in which this approach is not only valued within the theological spectrum, but where I have several colleagues who would also describe themselves as historical theologians.

Working here in Nottingham I face each day the key challenges of the university researcher: on the one hand, one must be constantly seeking new knowledge by investigating historical material and subjecting well-known materials to new critical examination; on the other hand, communicating the fruits of one's research, training the next generation of researchers through supervising their PhD dissertations, and transmitting the dialogue of theology through teaching undergraduate and MA students. This task of communication is also a complex in that one has to dialogue with others in the research community through the publication of academic papers, and one must also communicate with the wider public - for theology and its history is of concern far beyond the academy - through other publications and media. One can see my attempts to so communicate with these various audiences through the list of modules I teach and the range of items in my list of publications. Some publications are intended only for a handful of specialists, others are attempts to distil the understanding of the origins of Christianity that has been built up since the discipline came into existence in Germany in the nineteenth century. Moreover, in recent years I have become ever more interested in how we are entering a new age of orality - learning is taking place through listening and watching - which is based not around the hearth in the household nor in the village church, but on the internet. Hence a good deal of my energy for communicating my work is directed at the moment into making videos for YouTube in collaboration with my colleagues. If you want to see and hear what I mean by this, then just click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bj-8Uy1BJIQ&list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8

The other 'slow burn' activity I am engaged in is seeking out new sources for historical theology; sources that have not attracted attention from this angle in the past. In particular I am interested in how the activity of Christian cult - liturgy - has played a complex role in the growth of Christian self-understanding and had interacted with formal theology in a myriad of ways - and ways that are far more complex and surprising than the old adage of lex orandi legem credendi statuat might suggest. The other area that I am interested in developing is how believers have used maps over the centuries to give expression to their faith and how their maps are the expressions of their world, which includes their religious world.

Despite the fact that historical theology tends to look at the distant past, it is one of the younger theological disciplines - when I was an undergraduate it was still fashionable in some quarters to dismiss it as little more than 'context of' or noise in an 'unchanging' body of doctrines - and, therefore, one of the more exciting approaches to take in the study of Christianity.

Expertise Summary

Historical theology is one less well know approach to theology when compared with better known approaches of systematic theology and philosophical theology on the one hand, and the disciplines of church history or biblical exegesis on the other - yet historical theology has links with all of these approaches. Its basis lies in the reality of change: what any group of Christians, now or in the past, profess and how they imagine the world and their pace in it, is always changing. Historical theology investigates this phenomenon, the factors that lead to specific changes and developments, how that group then realign their 'take' on Christianity with the past (usually through a re-reading of history) and then the impact that has on the groups that come after them. So historical theology seeks to know what Christians believe and why they believe certain things at certain times by looking at particular point and situating it against the larger patterns of Christian belief. So when biblical scholars look at the work of the Chronicler, re-reading his history to make a theological point, and then describe the Chronicler's theology vis-a-vis other understandings of Israel's faith, those biblical scholars are acting as historical theologians. Likewise, when a systematician seeks to understand how western Christians could tear themselves asunder in the sixteenth century over 'sacraments' and seeks to explain this by noting how the notion of 'seven sacraments' began in twelfth-century canon law, and therefore all to do with the notion has to be seen as a function of that period's view of the universe, that systematician is using the methods of historical theology.

It would be fair to say that one of the characteristics of historical theologians is that they prefer empirically founded statements about what a specific group believed - which can then be studied - to vast statements that take the form: 'faith demands ... '

Areas of Interest:

  • Early Christian communities and the documents they produced
  • Patristic and Medieval Theology
  • History of Scriptural Interpretation
  • Method in Historical Theology
  • How Christians today use, re-use, and re-cycle their histories

To understand how historical theologians approach questions, probably the easiest route it to watch historical theologians at work. You can see historical theology being done in these videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlh6yirUcPo&list=PLFC4121E00BB41795&index=5&feature=plpp_video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvDKxtHI5bY&list=PLFC4121E00BB41795&index=6&feature=plpp_video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiEh1bPnJd0&list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8&index=38&feature=plpp_video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRbm3N4efrE&list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8&index=9&feature=plpp_video

Historical theology is often at the intersection between what is studied by theologians and what is found in the preaching of the churches and the opinions in the pews - this makes it an interesting place of intellectual dialogue.

Teaching Summary

I teach these undergraduate modules:

I teach these modules to MA students - and since these are taught by Distance Learning over the web there is always someone, somewhere taking at least one of them:

Doctoral supervision:

I am often asked what areas would I consider as my priorities in selecting candidates for doctoral supervision. Here is a list of topics:

  • The Protevangelium of James in relation to Matthew and Luke, and its later historical and theological significance.
  • Patristic views on gospel origins, from Papias to Augustine.
  • The role of writing in the transmission of the early Jesus tradition.
  • The interplay of memory and orality in the early churches.
  • Tradition, reception, and the "historical Jesus"
  • Factors involved in the construction of the four-gospel collection.
  • The hermeneutical significance of the four gospel collection.
  • The history of the interpretation of the Didache.
  • Ritual and liturgy in the early churches.
  • The meal-practices of the early Christians.

Research Summary

Most recent monograph

I have just published The Eucharist: Origins and Contemporary Understandings (T. & T Clark / Bloomsbury) which examines how developments and discoveries over the last century in the fields of early Christian studies make it essential that the churches subject their inherited views on the Eucharist - inherited mainly from the scholastic Late Medieval and Reformation periods - to a profound reappraisal. Such reappraisals are always difficult as there is usually a great deal of emotional investment in the theologies we inherit from the past, but part of the service of theologians is to help people formulate new and more comprehensive visions of what they believe.

http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-eucharist-9780567384591/

You can get a taste of this book in these articles:

'Another post-resurrection meal, and its implications for the early understanding of the Eucharist' (details can be found under my 'PUBLICATIONS' but it is also on open access at http://trn.sagepub.com/content/25/1/1.full.pdf+html ); and 'Eucharistic Celebrations: the Chasm between Idea and Reality' (details can be found under my 'PUBLICATIONS' but it is also on open access at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1741-2005.2009.01322.x/full ). I hope you enjoy reading both pieces!

Also, you might like to watch this video: Why study the Eucharist?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNSMbOCKoMY&list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8&index=68

To get a free download of an article of mine on Lk 1:1 and what it tell us about ministry and books in the early churches, go to:

http://gorgiaspress.com/bookshop/t-openaccess_repository.aspx

and you will find some excellent articles by other scholars besides!

Another recent monograph

I have recently published a study of the sixth-century British theologian, Gildas, and how he used and interpreted the Christian scriptures. While many books are written on the exegesis of many theologians, such as Augustine (354-430), most actual theology, and virtually the whole of the teaching of theology was done by far less famous teachers - and it is their perceptions of what they were doing that had the greatest impact on the on-going development of Christianity. Unfortunately, most of these 'schoolmasters' left us no record to see what they were doing, and those that did leave a trace, such as Gildas, are often seen as too 'obscure' to merit study - so our understanding of Christian tradition remain defective! So this book is as much an experiment in method as it is an analysis of one Latin theologian from a period that is often presented as a 'dark age.'

This book is called Gildas and the Scriptures; Seeing the World through a Biblical Lens and is published by Brepols in the series Studia traditionis theologiae.

Current Writing Projects

1

I am working at present on the early stages of a major study of the Protevangelium Iacobi as a text that helps us to bridge 'Von Harnack's Gap': how the second century received the memories of the first century and transformed them so that they came to be seen as the origin of normative Christianity by the early third century. The aim of my work is to situate the Protevangelium Iacobi within the media-culture of its time as a witness to transformations taking place within second-century Christianity. As the first text cit the gospels of Matthew and Luke as 'canonical' - how did it use them?

How does its distinctive image of Jesus indicate a move towards towards seeing him as a divine figure 'appearing' on earth? What is the significance of its presentation of Christian origins within an enchanted universe? What does it say about notions of 'orthodoxy' in the period?

2

A short book on the significance of mutual foot washing in early Christian communities and in the rituals on churches today. This book will argue that this practice is a key to how ordinary Christians view the nature of the Church and their relationship to others within their particular community.

The book will be published by The Liturgical Press in Collegeville, MN.

For a taster of my arguments in this book, see my recent articles on the topic in Worship and Anaphora (details on 'List of Publications').

My backlist:

A selection of my papers can be found at

https://nottingham.academia.edu/ThomasOLoughlin

Doctoral supervision:

I am often asked what areas would I consider as my priorities in selecting candidates for doctoral supervision. Here is a list of topics:

  • The Protevangelium of James in relation to Matthew and Luke, and its later historical and theological significance.
  • Patristic views on gospel origins, from Papias to Augustine.
  • The role of writing in the transmission of the early Jesus tradition.
  • The interplay of memory and orality in the early churches.
  • Tradition, reception, and the "historical Jesus"
  • Factors involved in the construction of the four-gospel collection.
  • The hermeneutical significance of the four gospel collection.
  • The history of the interpretation of the Didache.
  • Ritual and liturgy in the early churches.
  • The meal-practices of the early Christians.
  • Mapping and religion; especially mapping relating to the Holy Land, and mapping produced as part of biblical exegesis

Anyone thinking of doing her/his PhD under my supervision, should first read my thoughts on the process in an article entitled 'Writing a PhD Dissertation in Theology: Some Common Pitfalls' which is on open access at http://trn.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/08/28/0265378813501731.full.pdf

I hope you find this article helpful in the process of refining your research ideas for a doctorate!

Selected Publications

  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. Gildas and the scriptures: observing the world through a Biblical lens Brepols.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. Making the Most of the Lectionary: A User's Guide S.P.C.K., London.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. The Didache: A window on the Earliest Christians S.P.C.K. / Baker Academic.

I seek to promote research in historical theology in four ways:

1. By supervising Ph.D. students and encouraging them from the outset to learn their craft - I am very influenced in my method by Marc Bloch who thought of this sort of research as 'the historian's craft' - in such a way that their work merits publication so that it can be available to all.

2. By acting as editor-in-chief of a monograph series, published by Brepols, entitled: Studia Traditionis Theologiae.

3. By stimulating theological debate.

4. By producing several series of videos on theological topics on YouTube.

1. Doctoral students - present, past, and in the future:

I am currently supervising these Ph.D. dissertations:

  • The place of the penitentials in the development of Latin theology
  • Ritual and the theology of resurrection in a Melanesian context
  • The epistolarium of Innocent III and contemporary 'heresy' in northern Italy

I have supervised these Ph.D. dissertations in the past:

  • Frederick Lapham: 'The Pseudo-Petrine Apocrypha' (2000). Published as Peter: The Myth, the Man and the Writings - A Study of Early Petrine Text and Tradition [JSNTS 239] (Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield 2003).
  • Kenneth Becker: 'The Use of the Christian Scriptures in the De imitatione Christi' (2001). Published as From the Treasure-House of Scripture: An Analysis of the Scriptural Sources in De imitatione Christi [IP&M 44] (Brepols, Turnhout 2002).
  • Mark Gibbs: 'The Use of the Old Testament in 1 Clement' (2003).
  • Simon Iredale: 'The doctrine of creation in Philo' (2004).
  • Dorian Llewelyn: 'The theology of nationality' (2005). Published as Towards a Catholic Theology of Nationality (Lexington Books [Rowman & Littlefield], Lanham, MD, 2010).
  • Edward Smither: 'Principles of Mentoring Spiritual Leaders in the Pastoral Ministry of Augustine of Hippo' (2006). Published as Augustine as Mentor: A Model for Preparing Spiritual Leaders (B&H Publishing, Nashville, TN 2008).
  • Francisca P.M. Rumsey: 'Sacred Time in Early Christian Ireland' (2006). Published as Sacred Time in Early Christian Ireland (T. & T. Clark, London 2007).
  • Man Kei Ho: 'A Critical Study of T.F. Torrance's Theology of Incarnation' (2006). Published as A Critical Study of T.F. Torrance's Theology of Incarnation (Peter Lang, Bern 2008).
  • Rodney Aist: 'Willibald of Eichstätt (700-787CE) and the Christian Topography of Early Islamic Jerusalem' (2007). Published as Willibald of Eichstätt (700-787CE) and the Christian Topography of Early Islamic Jerusalem (Brepols, Turnhout 2009).
  • James Siemens: 'Theodore of Tarsus, the Laterculus Malalianus, and the Person and Work of Christ' (2008). Published as The Christology of Theodore of Tarsus: The Laterculus Malalianus and the Person and Work of Christ (Brepols, Turnhout 2010).
  • Brandon Walker: 'Memory, Mission, and Identity: Orality and the Apostolic Miracle Tradition' (2014).
  • David Clark: 'From Jewish Prayer to Christian Ritual: Early Interpretations of the Lord's Prayer' (2014).

I would be interested in hearing from anyone thinking of doing a PhD in one of these areas:

  • The second century: the emergence of the notion of canon of the New Testament
  • The second century: the significance of the Protevangelium of James
  • The second century: the diffusion of gospels around the churches
  • Second - third centuries: the tendencies towards harmonization of the gospels and the structures involved in the process
  • The eucharistic practices of the early churches
  • The reception of the Didache in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries
  • The development of formal liturgy in the early churches

If you are considering the possibility of doing a PhD under my supervision, then please read this article which is on OPEN ACCESS : 'Writing a PhD Dissertation in Theology: Some Common Pitfalls' (DOI: 10.1177/0265378813501731 ).

2. Studia Traditionis Theologiae: Explorations in Early and Medieval Theology

Theology continually engages with its past: the people, experience, Scriptures, liturgy, learning and customs of Christians. The past is preserved, rejected, modified; but the legacy steadily evolves as Christians are never indifferent to history. Even when engaging the future, theology looks backwards: the next generation's training includes inheriting a canon of Scripture, doctrine, and controversy; while adapting the past is central in every confrontation with a modernity.

This is the dynamic realm of tradition, and this series' focus. Whether examining people, texts, or periods, its volumes are concerned with how the past evolved in the past, and the interplay of theology, culture, and tradition.

Hence the name of the series: studies of the tradition of theology.

I established this series with Brepols in 2008, and act as its editor-in-chief and chair of its editorial board.

These volumes have been published so far:

  • A. Steward-Sykes, The Didascalia apostolorum: An English Version with introduction and Annotation (2009).
  • R. Aist, The Christian Topography of Early Islamic Jerusalem: The Evidence of Willibald of Eichstätt (700-787 CE) ((2009).
  • K. Ritari, Saints and Sinners in Early Christian Ireland: Moral Theology in the Lives of Saints Brigit and Columba (2010).
  • D. Jenkins, 'Holy, Holier, Holiest': The Sacred Topography of the Early Medieval Irish Church (2010).
  • I. Warntjes and D. Ó Cróinín eds, Computus and its Cultural Context in the Latin West, AD 300-1200 (2010).
  • J. Siemens, The Christology of Theodore of Tarsus: The Laterculus Malalianus and the Person and Work of Christ (2010).
  • E. Narinskaya, Ephrem, a 'Jewish' sage: A comparison of the Exegetical Writings of St Ephrem the Syrian and Jewish Traditions (2010).
  • A. Andreopoulos, A. Casiday, and C. Harrison eds, Meditations of the Heart: The Psalms in Early Christian Thought and Practice (2011).
  • N.L. Thomas, Defending Christ: The Latin Apologists before Augustine (2011).
  • I. Warntjes and D. Ó Cróinín eds, The Easter Controversy of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (2012).
  • C.A. Cvetkovic, Seeking the Face of God: The Reception of Augustine in the Mystical Thought of Bernard of Clairvaux and William of St Thierry (2012).
  • T. O'Loughlin, Gildas and the Scriptures: Seeing the World through a Biblical Lens (2013).
  • C.L. Lubinsky, Removing Masculine Layers to Reveal a Holy Womanhood: The Female Transvestite Monks of Late Antique Eastern Christianity (2013).
  • B.D. Wayman, Diodore the Theologian: Pronoia in his Commentary on Psalms 1-50 (2014).
  • M.F.M. Clavier, Eloquent Wisdom: Rhetoric, Cosmology and Delight in the Theology of Augustine of Hippo (2014).

3. Stimulating theological debate

For an example of this, please read this article which is on OPEN ACCESS: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nbfr.12011/full

I hope you enjoy it and find it interesting!

4. Producing videos on YouTube

Click a link to see some of the video series.

The 'Why Study' series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8&feature=plcp

Theologians in Conversation series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFC4121E00BB41795

Objects of Belief series:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL564585B7BBE66C4D

Sacred Calendars' series:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2A447AA008AECC96

Seminar series:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8C592CD87A483A8C&feature=plcp

Past Research

Over the years I have worked on a number problems and texts. These have ranged from the significance the young Augustine attached to astrology to how someone on the very eve of Columbus's landing in the new world could still imagine the world in terms of 'the three continents' derived from Genesis 10. I have worked on the world of the earliest churches - I seem to keep being drawn back to the Didache and am always amazed how it throws yet more light on what we think we know - and the churches on the north-west fringes of Europe in the early middle ages where the Celtic languages were spoken. One can move between people, languages, and texts: but often the underlying questions that push one to do research remain curiously similar!

A collection of fifteen of my articles on these themes, written in the 1990s, has recently appeared in the Variorum series under the title Early Medieval Exegesis in the Latin West: Sources and Forms.

But the historian looking back at a distant time - and I have often worked on topics where the body of evidence was anything but large - is also part of the history of her/his own time, and so I have been drawn more than once into historiography and its place in the formation of identities. This is an interest that often seems 'too vague' to be of importance - but if you want to see why I attach such importance to it, look at what my colleague, Prof. Alan Ford, said about it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCKW26Up9Dc&list=PL52C4CE0B7593CFC8&index=30&feature=plpp_video

Many problems, many periods, many texts: the best guide to my past research is a browse through my list of publications!

Future Research

I am planning two pieces of research.

First, a monograph on the origins and hermeneutic of the Eusebian Apparatus. You can get a taste of this work in:

  • 'Harmonizing the Truth: Eusebius and the Problem of the Four Gospels,' Traditio 65(2010)1-29;
  • 'St Augustine's view of the place of the Holy Spirit in the formation of the gospels,' in D. Vincent Twomey and Janet E. Rutherford eds, The Holy Spirit in the Fathers of the Church (Four Courts Press, Dublin 2010), pp. 86-95; and
  • 'The Biblical Text of the Book of Deer (C.U.L. Ii.6.32): Evidence for the Remains of a Division System from its Manuscript Ancestry,' Scriptorium 63(2009)30-57.

Second, work on 'mapping the early Christians.' This will be an examination of how we can use cartography to understand aspects of the spread of Christianity, and also of how the maps we use for the early churches and their texts have influenced our perceptions of them.

This research is a longer term goal.

  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2016. ‘Reading the Sacred Scriptures: Some Evidence from Early Christian Ireland’. In: F. LONG, ed., Reading the Scriptures in Ireland (In Press.)
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2016. ‘Reading Muirchú's Vita as a narratio sacra’. In: E. JOHNSON and J.M. PICARD, eds., Studies in Early Irish Historiography (In Press.)
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2016. 'The Eusebian Apparatus, Aileran's memoria technica, and the Lindisfarne Gospels'. In: R. GAMESON, ed., The Lindisfarne Gospels (In Press.)
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. [Liturgical Resources for: ] Sunday 2 Ordinary Time (C); Sunday 3 Ordinary Time (C); Sunday 4 Ordinary Time (C) and Sunday 5 Ordinary Time (C) Scripture in Church. 46(181), 17-43
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Footwashing: An Action for Lent?' The Pastoral Review. 12(1), 4-7
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Theologies of Intercommunion: Responding to a Recent Papal Request' New Blackfriars. 97(1069), 372-387
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Isidore's Hermeneutics: The Codification of the Tradition'. In: TARMO TOON, ed., Patristic Theories of Biblical Interpretation: The Latin Fathers C.U.P. Cambridge. 206-231
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Building Community, Celebrating Liturgy: the continuing challenge' The Furrow. 67, 80-91
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Language, Music, Liturgy: Communicating the Word' [The Crichton Lecture 2015] Music and Liturgy: The Journal of the Society of Saint Gregory. 41,3(356), 27-38
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Foot washing on Holy Thursday: New Rubric, Renewed Paradigm' The Pastoral Review. 12(1), 10-3
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Action for Imitation: Washing each other's feet' The Reader. 115(1), 18-19
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'The Way of Discipleship: The Washing of Feet' The Tablet. 270(9143), 6-7
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Why foot-washing still shocks us' Catholic Herald. 18 March(6753), 26-27
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Picturing Pentecost' The Pastoral Review. 12(3), 4-9
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Is a deacon anything more than a liturgical frill?' The Pastoral Review. 12(4), 16-21
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'Fictive Families - Real Churches: commensality and pneumatology' One in Christ. 50(1), 22-37
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. [Liturgical Resources for] Sunday 19C, Sunday 20C, The Assumption, Weekdays 19B, and Weekdays 20B Scripture in Church. 46(183), 24-41 and 82-88
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. 'The Bible and Western Christianity'. In: CARLY L. CROUCH, ROLAND DEINES and MARK WREFORD, eds., Why does the Bible Matter?: The Significance of the Bible for Contemporary Life The Bible Society, Swindon. 54-63
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2016. Ministry, modernity, and the stress of liturgy The Pastoral Review. 12(5), 4-9
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. ‘Writing a PhD Dissertation in Theology: Some Common Pitfalls’ Transformation. 32(2), 128-134
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. ‘The Biblical Dimension of Early Medieval Latin Texts’. In: KATJA RITARI and ALEXANDRA BERGHOLM, eds., Understanding Celtic Religion: Revisiting the Pagan Past University of Wales Press. 83-98
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. The Eucharist: Origins and Contemporary Understandings T. & T. Clark / Bloomsbury, London.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. 'Readers at the Eucharist: a special skill set?' The Pastoral Review. 11(1), 40-44
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 4 Lent (B) and Sunday 5 Lent (B) Scripture in Church. 45(177), 52-57; 61-64
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. 'The Tensions Between Theological Speculation and Historical Inquiry' The Japan Mission Journal. 69(1), 33-43
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 20 Ordinary Time (B) and Sunday 21 Ordinary Time (B) Scripture in Church. 45(179), 31-40
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. [Liturgical Resources for weekdays:] Week 19 in Ordinary Time (1) and Week 20 in Ordinary Time (1) Scripture in Church. 45(179), 79-83
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. 'The Grammar of Meals and the "Bread of Life"' Scripture in Church. 45(179), 117-28
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2015. 'The Diversifying Spirit: The Gift of Pentecost' The Pastoral Review. 11(3), 4-7
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Renewing the Liturgy: Six Simple Steps' The Furrow. 66(5), 269-280
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Many storytellers, one gospel' The Reader. 113(2), 18-19
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'What is a Gospel?' The Japan Mission Journal. 69(2), 137-144
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Introducing a liturgy: reflecting on a moment of communication' The Pastoral Review. 11(4), 4-9
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 2015. Donatien De Bruyne: Prefaces to the Latin Bible Brepols, Turnhout.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'A Dubliner Searches for Sodom and Gomorrah'. In: SALVADOR RYAN, ed., Treasures of Irish Christianity III: To The Ends Of The Earth Veritas, Dublin. 100-104
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'A Galway Man Meets John Brown Before He Was "Mouldering in the Grave"'. In: RYAN, SALVADOR, ed., Treasures of Irish Christianity III: To The Ends Of The Earth Veritas, Dublin. 133-135
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Translating the Lectionary: Some Considerations' Anaphora: The Journal of the Society for Liturgical Study. 9(1), 51-62
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'View of the World from 9th Avenue (Saul Steinberg)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 11
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Hereford Mappa Mundi (Richard of Haldingham)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 13
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Peutinger Table (Unknown)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 24
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Jerusalem (Juan Bautista Villalpando)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 27
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Babylonian World Map (Unknown)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 74
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'The Division of the Earth Between Noah's Sons (Simon Marmion [attrib.])'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 137
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'World Map (Cosmas Indicopleustes)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 138
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Madaba Mosaic Map (Unknown)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 144
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Map of the Holy Land with the Route of Exodus (Avraham bar Ya'akov)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 145
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Ebstorf World Map (Unknown)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 148
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Circular Zonal Map (Macrobius)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 166
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Come All the Way! (Caminos Santiago) (Cinta Arribas)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 271
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Production & Distribution: A Map of the World, AD 1921 (Jams Francis Horrabin)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 277
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'Mundus Subterraneus (Athanasius Kircher)'. In: Map: Exploring the World Phaidon Press, London. 278
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'The So-called Capitula for the Book of the Apocalypse in the Book of Armagh (Dublin, Trinity College, 52) and Latin Exegesis'. In: PÁDRAIC MORAN and IMMO WARNTJES, eds., Early Medieval Ireland and Europe: Chronology, Contacts, Scholarship - A Festschrift for Dáibhí Ó Cróinín Brepols, Turnhout. 405-423
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. 'The Crib: Decoration or Liturgical Event?' The Pastoral Review. 11(6), 16-21
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. The "Auto-Mapic" map of Great Britain Sheetlines: The Journal of the Charles Close Society for the Study of Ordnance Survey Maps. 104(December), 30-34
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. Washing Feet: Imitating the Example of Jesus in the Liturgy Today Liturgical Press, Collegeville, Minnesota.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, THOMAS, 2015. What is Meant by a "Good Liturgy"? The Japan Mission Journal. 69(4), 219-229
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. ‘The Commemoratio pro vivis of the Roman Canon: a Textual Witness to the Evolution of Western Eucharistic Theologies?’. In: J. DAY and M. VINZENT, eds., Studia Patristica: Early Roman Liturgy to 600 71. Peeters, Leuven. 69-91
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. ‘Ezra, Greek Apocalypse of’. In: D.C. ALLISON, CH. HELMER, V. LEPPIN, C.-L. SEOW, H. SPIECKERMANN, B.D. WALFISH and E. ZIOLKOWSKI, eds., Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception: Essenes - Fideism De Gruyter, Berlin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. ‘Ezra, Questions of. In: D.C. ALLISON, CH. HELMER, V. LEPPIN, C.-L. SEOW, H. SPIECKERMANN, B.D. WALFISH and E. ZIOLKOWSKI, eds., Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception: Essenes - Fideism De Gruyter, Berlin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. ‘Ezra, Revelation of’. In: D.C. ALLISON, CH. HELMER, V. LEPPIN, C.-L. SEOW, H. SPIECKERMANN, B.D. WALFISH and E. ZIOLKOWSKI, eds., Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception: Essenes - Fideism De Gruyter, Berlin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. ‘Ezra, Vision of’. In: D.C. ALLISON, CH. HELMER, V. LEPPIN, C.-L. SEOW, H. SPIECKERMANN, B.D. WALFISH and E. ZIOLKOWSKI, eds., Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception: Essenes - Fideism De Gruyter, Berlin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. '"Are you able to drink the cup ... ?"' The Japan Mission Journal. 68(1), 3-8
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'One Lord, one gospel, one lectionary' Franciscan. 26(1), 1-2
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'The cup of discipleship' The Pastoral Review. 10(1), 38-42
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. [Liturgical Resources for:] Epiphany of the Lord (A) and Baptism of the Lord (A) Scripture in Church. 44(173), 9-22
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Filling the blank: Holy Saturday' The Pastoral Review. 10(2), 30-33
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 5 of Easter (A); and Sunday 6 of Easter (A) Scripture in Church. 44(174), 40-48
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Hyperetai ... tou logou: Does Luke 1:2 Throw Light on to the Book Practices of the Late First-Century Churches?'. In: H.A.G. HOUGHTON, ed., Early Readers, Scholars and Editors of the New Testament Gorgias Press. Piscataway, NJ. 1-15
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'From a Damp Floor to a New Vision of Church: Footwashing as a Challenge to Liturgy and Discipleship' Worship. 88(2), 137-150
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Bede's View of the Place of the Eucharist in Anglo-Saxon Life: the Evidence of the Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum'. In: S. BHATTACHARJI, R. WILLIAMS and D. MATTOS, eds., Prayer and Though in Monastic Tradition: Essays in Honour of Benedicta Ward S.L.G. Bloombury T. & T. Clark. 45-58
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'The "Eucharistic Words of Jesus": An Un-noticed Silence in our Earliest Sources' Anaphora. 8(1), 1-12
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Harmonizing the Anointings of the Christ: Eusebius and the Four-Gospel Problem' Milltown Studies. 73, 1-17
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. '"Giving" or "Sharing": differing perspectives on the Eucharist' The Furrow. 65(5), 270-274
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 2014. Liturgical Language and Translation: The Issues Arising from the Revised English Translation of the Roman Missal Hymns Ancient and Modern, Norwich.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'A Liturgy of the Word and the Words of the Liturgy'. In: O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., Liturgical Language and Translation: The Issues Arising from the Revised English Translation of the Roman Missal Hymns Ancient and Modern, Norwich. 31-38
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Should we read the Old Testament in worship?' The Reader. 111(2), 16-17
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'Meeting and Eating: the Eucharist in the Didache' The Japan Mission Journal. 68(2), 105-118
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. 'The Community of the Didache: Celebrating the Presence of Jesus'. In: DAVID EMMANUEL SINGH, ed., Jesus and the Resurrection: Reflections of Christians from Islamic Contexts Regnum Books, Oxford. 27-42
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2014. "Remembering Sion": Early Medieval Latin Recollections of the Basilica on Mount Sion and the Interplay of Relics, Tradition, and Images. In: B. KÜHNEL, G. NOGA-BANAI and H. VORHOLT, eds., Visual Constructs of Jerusalem Brepols, Turnhout. 1-9
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 2014. Donatien De Bruyne: Summaries, Division and Rubrics of the Latin Bible Brepols, Turnhout.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Blessing and Breaking: a Dissonance of Action and Interpretation in the Eucharistic Prayers of the Roman Rite' Anaphora. 7(2), 53-66
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Is every translation a vernacular translation?’ New Blackfriars. 94(1053), 508-517
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. Reactions to the Didache in early twentieth-century Britain: a dispute over the relationship of history and doctrine?. In: BROWN, S.J., KNIGHT, F. and MORGAN-GUY, J., eds., Religion, identity and conflict in Britain: from the Restoration to the twentieth century: essays in honour of Keith Robbins Ashgate. 175-194
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘The ecclesial value of deacons within the Eucharistic Assembly’ New Diaconal Review. 11, 10-14
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Adomnán’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press. 492-493
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Astrology and Astronomy’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press. 580-583
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Dungal’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press. 909-911
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Gennadius’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Gildas’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press. 1046-1047
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Patrick’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 3. Oxford University Press. 1501-1503
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Sedulius Scottus’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 3. Oxford University Press. 1713-1714
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Vincent of Lérins’. In: POLLMANN, K. and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 3. Oxford University Press. 1862-1863
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Columban’. In: POLLMANN, KARLA and OTTEN, WILLEMIEN, eds., Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine 1. 2. Oxford University Press. 818-819
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. ‘Esdras, Books of, II. Christianity’. In: H.-J. KLAUCK, V. LEPPIN, B. MCGINN and OTHERS, eds., Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception: Dress - Essene Gate 7. De Gruyter, Berlin. 1202-1204
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Water of Life' Quiet Spaces: The Water of Life. 24, 6-11
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Celebrating the New Commandment: Footwashing and our Theology of Liturgy' Scripture in Church. 43(169), 118-127
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Saint Patrick: The Legend and the Bishop' Africa. 4-6
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. The Credibility of the Catholic Church as a Public Actor New Blackfriars. 94, 129-147
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Ministry, vocation, and life: a reflection on the resignation of Benedict XVI' The Pastoral Review. 9(2), 4-5
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'A liturgy of the Word and the words of the liturgy' The Pastoral Review. 9(2), 52-56
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. [Liturgical Resources for:] Trinity Sunday (C); The Body and Blood of Christ (C); Sacred Heart of Jesus (C) Scripture in Church. 43(170), 41-49 and 53-55
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'What is the Role of a Modern Pope?' The Furrow. 64(3), 176-177
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. Early Medieval Exegesis in the Latin West: Sources and Forms Ashgate.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Eucharist and the Meals of Jesus' The Japan Mission Journal. 67(1), 3-11
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'A new Bishop of Rome' The Pastoral Review. 9(3), 38-41
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The ecumenical meal of mission: a re-reading of Acts 10-11:18' The Japan Mission Journal. 67(2), 118-127
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Eucharistic Table' Doctrine and Life. 63(6), 46-53
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'We are one loaf: a way of understanding the Eucharist' The Furrow. 64(7/8), 412-415
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Washing of Feet: The Interplay of Praxis and Theology' Anaphora: The Journal of the Society for Liturgical Study. 7(1), 37-46
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Mapping the Book of Joshua'. In: SALVADOR RYAN and BRENDAN LEAHY, eds., Treasures of Irish Christianity: A People of the Word 2. Veritas. 53-55
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Protevangelium of James: A Case of Gospel Harmonization in the Second Century?'. In: M. VINZENT, ed., Studia Patristica: Papers Presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2011 65. Peeters, Leuven. 165-173
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Ministries'. In: J. DAY and B. GORDON-TAYLOR, eds., The Study of Liturgy and Worship: An Alcuin Guide S.P.C.K. / Alcuin, London. 82-90
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'The Catholic Church and Celibacy: An Approach from Historical Theology' The Japan Mission Journal. 67(3), 201-209
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Preaching at Christmas' Scripture in Church. 43(172), 123-127
  • O'LOUGHLIN. T., 2013. 'The Old Testament Readings: should we bother?' New Diaconal Review. 11, 6-9
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2013. 'Mark and the Eucharist' [IN CHINESE] Journal of Catholic Studies. 10, 166-173
  • 2013. 'Why study the early Eucharist' . University of Nottingham. 01/01/2013 00:00:00
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. Making the Most of the Lectionary: A User's Guide S.P.C.K., London.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘Adomnán’s Plans in the Context of his Imagining ‘the Most Famous City’ Proceedings of the British Academy. 175, 15-40
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘The library of Iona at the time of Adomnán’. In: R.G. GAMESON, ed., The Cambridge history of the Book in Britain (Volume I; c.400-1100) Cambridge University Press. 570-579
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘Divisions in Christianity: The Contribution of “Appeals to Antiquity”’. In: SIMON OLIVER, KAREN KILBY and THOMAS O’LOUGHLIN, eds., Faithful Reading: New Essays in Theology and Philosophy in Honour of Fergus Kerr T. and T. Clark. 221-241
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘Feeling Time and Celebrating Mystery’ Transformation. 29(4), 251-259
  • S. OLIVER, K. KILBY and T. O’LOUGHLIN, eds., 2012. Faithful Reading: New Essays in Theology and Philosophy in Honour of Fergus Kerr T. & T. Clark, London.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘Jerome’s De uiris illustribus and Latin Perceptions of the New Testament’s Canon’. In: JANET E. RUTHERFORD and DAVID WOODS, eds., The Mystery of Christ in the Fathers of the Church: Essays in Honour of D. Vincent Twomey SVD Four Courts Press, Dublin. 55-65
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘Christian Spirituality in Europe: The Celtic Tradition’. In: RICHARD WOODS and PETER TYLER, eds., The Bloomsbury Guide to Christian Spirituality Bloomsbury, London. 304-314
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘A Vernacular Liturgy versus a Liturgy in the “Vernacular”?’ Worship. 86(3), 244-255
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. ‘The Prayers of the Liturgy’. In: VIVIAN BOLAND and THOMAS MCCARTHY, eds., The Word is Flesh and Blood: The Eucharist and Sacred Scripture - Festschrift for Prof. Wilfrid Harrington Dominican Publications, Dublin. 113-122
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. Gildas and the scriptures: observing the world through a Biblical lens Brepols.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. [Liturgical Resources for:] 2 Easter B, 3 Easter B, 4 Easter B Scripture in Church. 42(166), 11-16, 48-59
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'Preaching at Pentecost: the Diversifying Spirit' Scripture in Church. 42(166), 125-127
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'Mark and the Eucharist' The Pastoral Review. 8(3), 49-53
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'The Derrynaflan Paten: Discovering an Ancient Theology'. In: S. RYAN and B. LEAHY, eds., Treasures of Irish Christianity: People and Places, Images and Texts Veritas, Dublin. 63-66
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'Latina veritas: language a guarantor of truth?' The Furrow. 63(7/8), 343-347
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'At the Lord's Table' Music and Liturgy. 38(346), 10-13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'Thinking in Hymns: We three kings' The Reader. 109(4), 6-7
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2012. 'Being a Disciple of "The Way": Vocation and Mission in the Didache' The Japan Mission Journal. 66(4), 229-238
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘Celibate clergy: the need for historical debate’. In: E. MCDONAGH and V. MAC NAMARA, eds., An Irish Reader in Moral Theology: The Legacy of the Last Fifty Years 2. Columba Press, Dublin. 447-460
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘“The Unfortunate Costigan”, First Surveyor of the Dead Sea’ History Ireland. 19(1), 24-6
  • O'LOUGHIN, T., 2011. ‘The Missionary Strategy of the Didache’ Transformation. 28, 77-92
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘Celtic Christianity’. In: I. MCFARLAND, D.A.S. FERGUSSON, K. KILBY and I.R. TORRANCE, eds., Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology C.U.P.. Cambridge. 91-92
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘Isidore of Seville (c.560-636)'. In: G.T. KURIAN, ed., Encyclopedia of Christian Civilisation Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘The Sunday Gospel: Snapshot or Film Clip?’ Doctrine and Life. 61(10), 48-54
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘The Gospel Readings on Christmas Day’ The Pastoral Review. 7(6), 26-9
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘The Gospels: what are we listening to?’ The Pastoral Review. 7(4), 43-50
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘Hearing the Gospel at the Eucharist’ The Pastoral Review. 7(1), 36-39
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘The Bread of Life’ The Bible Today. 49(1), 37-41
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. ‘The People of the Book or the Books of the People’ The Furrow. 62, 209-212
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. [Liturgical Resources for:] Holy Thursday; Good Friday; Easter Vigil; Easter Sunday A Scripture in Church. 41(162), 8-15, 47-55
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2011. 'The Bread of Life' Quiet Spaces: Bread for the Journey. 19, 12-18
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. The Didache: A window on the Earliest Christians S.P.C.K. / Baker Academic.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Authenticity at the Eucharist' Scripture in Church. 158, 125-8
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘The De locis sanctis as a liturgical text’. In: J.M. WOODING, R. AIST, T.O. CLANCY and T. O'LOUGHLIN, eds., Adomnán of Iona: Theologian, Lawmaker, Peacemaker Four Courts Press. 181-192
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘The Perception of the Diaconate in the Early Middle Ages: Some Evidence from Canon Law’: Part 1 New Diaconal Review. 4, 40-47
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘The Perception of the Diaconate in the Early Middle Ages: Some Evidence from Canon Law’: Part 2 New Diaconal Review. 5, 34-8
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Eucharistic Celebrations: the Chasm between Idea and Reality’ New Blackfriars. 91, 423-438
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘St Augustine’s view of the place of the Holy Spirit in the formation of the gospels’. In: D.V. TWOMEY and J. RUTHERFORD, eds., The Holy Spirit in the Fathers of the Church Four Courts Press. 86-95
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Salvation and the liturgy: some examples from early Christian Ireland’. In: D.V. TWOMEY and D. KRAUSMÜLLER, eds., Salvation according to the Fathers of the Church Four Courts Press. 123-142
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Medieval Nominalism’ Milltown Studies. 65, 59-73
  • J.M. WOODING, R. AIST, T.O. CLANCY and T. O’LOUGHLIN, eds., 2010. Adomnán of Iona: Theologian, Law Maker, Peace Maker Four Courts Press, Dublin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Celtic Christianity: Its Practices and Theology’. In: D. PATTE, ed., Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity C.U.P.. Cambridge. 180-181
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Biblical Mapping’. In: B.L. WARF, ed., Encyclopedia of Geography Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 195-197
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Lynch, William (1806-1865)’. In: B.L. WARF, ed., Encyclopedia of Geography Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 1808-1809
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Ortelius (1527-1598)’. In: B.L. WARF, ed., Encyclopedia of Geography Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2104-2106
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Pilgrimage’. In: B.L. WARF, ed., Encyclopedia of Geography Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2184-2186
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘T-in-O Maps’. In: B.L. WARF, ed., Encyclopedia of Geography Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA. 2844-2846
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Maximus of Saragossa’. In: R.G. DUNPHY, ed., Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Brill, Leiden. 1097-1098
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Isidore of Seville’. In: R.G. DUNPHY, ed., Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Brill, Leiden. 880-883
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Ildephonsus of Toledo’. In: R.G. DUNPHY, ed., Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Brill, Leiden. 843
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Julian of Toledo’. In: R.G. DUNPHY, ed., Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Brill, Leiden. 951
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘Bede’. In: R.G. DUNPHY, ed., Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Brill, Leiden. 156-159
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘The Meal of Memories’ Doctrine and Life. 60, 47-52
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. ‘The Crib: Its Biblical Links’ The Bible Today. 48(6), 286-292
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. Sunday Mass Readings: the thinking behind the lectionary C.T.S., London.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2010. 25. [Liturgical Resources for:] Trinity Sunday; The Body and Blood of Christ; Sunday 10C of Ordinary Time; Sacred Heart of Jesus Scripture in Church. 40(158), 23-9, 69-74
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Proclaiming that Jesus is Lord in Mark's Year: The Genius of the Lectionary' The Bible Today. 47(2), 113-119
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Liturgical Evolution and the Fallacy of the Continuing Consequence' Worship. 83, 312-23
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. Eusebius of Caesarea’s conceptions of persecutions as a key to reading his Historia ecclesiastica. In: TWOMEY , V. and HUMPHRIES, M., eds., The Great Persecution Dublin: Four Courts Press. 91-105
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Inventing the Apocrypha: The Role of Early Latin Canon Lists' Irish Theological Quarterly. 74, 53-74
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Pentecost and the Invisibility of Women' The Furrow. 60(5), 269-72
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T, 2009. ‘Losing mystery in history: the challenge of recalling the Nativity’. In: J. CORLEY, ed., New Perspectives on the Nativity Continuum. 180-199
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘The Biblical Text of the Book of Deer (C.U.L. Ii.6.32): Evidence for the Remains of a Division System from its Manuscript Ancestry’ Scriptorium. 63, 30-57
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘Another post-resurrection meal, and its implications for the early understanding of the Eucharist’. In: Z. RODGERS, M. DALY-DENTON and A. FITZPATRICK-MCKINLEY, eds., A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Seán Freyne Brill. 485-503
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘The Protoevangelium of James and the modern Roman Rite: a case study of the structure of liturgical memory’ Anaphora. 3(2), 57-80
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘Treating the “Private Mass” as Normal: Some Unnoticed Evidence from Adomnán’s De locis sanctis’ Archiv für Liturgiewissenschaft. 51, 334-344
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘The Formation of the Canon’. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 54-55
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘Jerusalem’. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 68
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘Asia Minor and Greece’. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 69
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘“Celebrants” or “Presidents”?’ The Pastoral Review. 5(6), 56-7
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. ‘The Search for Celtic Christianity’ Quiet Spaces: Nation. 15, 10-13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 24. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 2B of Easter; Sunday 3B of Easter; Sunday 4B of Easter; Sunday 5B of Easter Scripture in Church. 39(154), 10-15, 48-56
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Rome, Spain, and Gaul'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 74
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Ireland'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 79
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Liturgies'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 96-97
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'The Cult of Mary'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 102-103
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Growing Influence of the Papacy'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 108
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'St Gregory the Great'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 109
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Saints and the Blessed Virgin Mary'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Millennium House, Elanora Heights, NSW. 160-161
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Pilgrimages'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 162-163
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Universities'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 176-177
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Unity of Knowledge'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Elanora Heights, NSW. 178-179
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'Aquinas versus Augustine'. In: ANN MARIE B. BAHR, ed., Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2000 Years of the Christian Faith Millennium House, Elanora Heights, NSW. 180-181
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2009. 'John Scottus Eriugena'. In: J.I. MCGUIRE and J. QUINN, eds., Dictionary of Irish Biography C.U.P.. Cambridge.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. Celtic Spirituality: A Case Study in Recycling the Christian Past for Present Needs. In: AGNEW, U., FLANAGAN, B. and HEYLIN, G., eds., With Wisdom Seeking God: The Academic Study of Spirituality Leuven: Peeters. 143-61
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. The Crib Doctrine and Life. 58, 54-8
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. Liturgical Resources for Mark's Year: Sundays in Ordinary Time in Year B Columba Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. Explaining the Lectionary for Readers Dublin: Columba Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. The Biblical Text of the Book of Deer (C.U.L. Ii.6.32): Evidence for the Remains of a Division System from its Manuscript Ancestry. In: FORSYTH, K., ed., Studies on The Book of Deer Dublin: Four Courts Press. 3-31
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. Memory and Self-Perception: Aspects of Anglican Identity from a Roman Catholic Perspective. In: YATES, N., ed., Anglicanism: Essays in History, Belief and Practice Lampeter: Trivium. 167-86
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘The liturgical vessels of the Latin eucharistic liturgy: a case of an embedded theology’ Worship. 82, 482-504
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Celebrating Ascension and Pentecost’ The Reader. 105(1), 22-23
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Adomnán’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 2-3
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Alban’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 18
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Ardagh Chalice’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 33-34
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Bede’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 66-67
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Book of Armagh’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 74-75
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Book of Durrow’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 75-76
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Celtic Christianity’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 119-126
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Ségéne of Iona’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 475-476
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Penitentials’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 441-442
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Pelagius’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 439-440
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Palladius’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 435-436
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Columbanus’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 154
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Dicuil’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 1. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 184-185
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Iona’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 326-327
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Johannes Scottus Eriugena’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 339-340
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Marianus Scottus I’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 383-384
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. ‘Marianus Scottus II’. In: C.A. SNYDER, ed., The Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia 2. Greenwood, Oxford / Westport, CT. 384
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2008. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 12A of Ordinary Time; Birthday of St John the Baptist; Saints Peter and Paul Scripture in Church. 38(150), 29-34, 72-77
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. Theology, Philosophy, and Cosmography. In: CLANCY, T.O. and PITTOCK, M., eds., Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: From Columba to the Union (until 1707) Vol. 1. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 115-22
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. Adomnán and the Holy Places: The Perceptions of an Insular Monk on the Location of the Biblical Drama London: T.& T.Clark Ltd.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. Would you read? The Task of the Lector Anaphora. 1(2), 19-36
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. Division systems for the gospels: The case of the Stowe St John (Dublin, R.I.A. D.ii.3) Scriptorium. 61, 150-64
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. The Myth of Insularity and Nationality in Ireland. In: NAGY, J.F., ed., Myth in Celtic Literatures: Celtic Studies Association of North America Yearbook 6 Dublin: Four Courts Press Ltd. 132-40
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. Liturgical Resources for Matthew's Year: Sundays in Ordinary Time in Year A Columba Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. ‘The Crib’ The Reader. 104(4), 2-3
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. ‘Preaching: Why We Bother’ The Furrow. 58, 477-479
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. ‘Much ado about nothing? The Renewal of Eucharistic Symbols’ The Pastoral Review. 3(3), 26-31
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 6C of Easter; Ascension Day; Sunday 7C of Easter; Pentecost Scripture in Church. 37(146), 16-22, 59-67
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2007. 'Homilies for July (C)' The Furrow. 58(6), 361-367
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. Liturgical Resources for Luke's Year: Sundays in Ordinary Time in Year C Columba Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. St Patrick: the legend and the bishop History Ireland. 14(1), 16-19
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. 'The Monastic Liturgy of the Hours in the Nauigatio sancti Brendani: A Preliminary Investigation' Irish Theological Quarterly. 71, 113-126
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. Muirchú’s Poisoned Cup: A Note on its Sources Ériu. 56, 157-62
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. The Eucharist as “The Meal that should be” Worship. 80, 30-44
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. Liturgical Resources for Advent and Christmastide Columba Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. Liturgy and Accountability The Pastoral Review. 2(5), 9-13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. The liturgical vessels of the Latin eucharistic liturgy: a case of an embedded theology. In: MCCORMACK, J., ed., All Hallows Studies 2006: Festschrift for Dr Moya Curran Dublin: All Hallows. 115-134
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Adomnán, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 12-13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Alban, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 37-38
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Ard Mhacha (Armagh)’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 80
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Armagh, Book of’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 84-85
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Beann Char (Bangor)’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 191
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Brendan, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 244-245
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Cáin Adomnáin’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 327
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Cellach, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 362
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Christianity, Ireland’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 408-413
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T. and J. CAREY, 2006. ‘Christianity, Celtic’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 431-435
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Cistercian Abbeys, Ireland’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 443-445
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Colum Cille, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 468
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Columbanus, St’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 468-469
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Cummine Find’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 516-517
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Eriugena, Johannes Scottus’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 718
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Gleann Dá Loch (Glendalough)’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 3. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 820
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Monasticism’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 4. a. 1305-1306
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Oengus Céile Dé’. In: J.T. KOCH, ed., Celtic Culture: a Historical Encyclopedia 4. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 1388-1389
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 5B of Lent; Passion (Palm) Sunday B; Holy Thursday; Good Friday Scripture in Church. 36(142), 2-7, 35-43
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘Carol Services’ Scripture in Church. 36(144), 125-128
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2006. ‘The Christmas Tree and the Liturgy’ The Pastoral Review. 2(6), 25-27
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. Map and Text: A Mid Ninth-Century Map for the Book of Joshua Imago Mundi. 57(1), 7-22
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. Discovering Saint Patrick Paulist Press.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. The capitula of Muirchú’s Vita Patricii: do they point to an underlying structure in the text? Analecta Bollandiana. 123, 79-89
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. How many priests do we need? New Blackfriars. 86, 642-657
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘The List of Saints on the bowl of the Ardagh Chalice’ Journal of Celtic Studies. 5, 107-113
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Deciphering a Book with a Map’. In: P. BARBER, ed., The Map Book Weidenfelf and Nicolson. 40-41
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Do All Roads lead to Rome?’. In: P. BARBER, ed., The Map Book Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 52-53
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Canon Law’. In: S. DUFFY, ed., Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia Routledge, New York and London. 63-64
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Devotional and Liturgical Literature’. In: S. DUFFY, ed., Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia Routledge, New York and London. 123-125
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Moral and Religious Instruction’. In: S. DUFFY, ed., Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia Routledge, New York and London. 337-339
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Penitentials’. In: S. DUFFY, ed., Medieval Ireland: An Encyclopedia Routledge, New York and London. 371-372
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Celtic Spirituality’. In: P. SHELDRAKE, ed., The New SCM Dictionary of Spirituality SCM Press, London. 182-184
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Gnosticism’. In: P. SHELDRAKE, ed., The New SCM Dictionary of Spirituality SCM Press, London. 323-325
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Pelagianism’. In: P. SHELDRAKE, ed., The New SCM Dictionary of Spirituality SCM Press, London. 482-483
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. ‘Proclaiming Christ in the Year of Mark’ The Pastoral Review. 1(6), 24-28
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2005. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sundays 11A and 12A of Ordinary Time; Birthday of John the Baptist; Saints Peter and Paul Scripture in Church. 35(138), 29-39, 71-82
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. Translating Panis in a Eucharistic Context: A Problem of Language and Theology Worship. 78, 226-35
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. 'Things New and Old: Contemporary Cultural Tensions and the Tradition of Liturgy in Ireland'. In: EGAN, J. and WHELAN, T.R., eds., City Limits: Mission Issues in Postmodern Times Dublin: Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy. 140-59
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. Early Medieval Introductions to the Holy Book. In: SWANSON, R.N., ed., Studies in Church History 38: The Church and the Book Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. 22-31
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. Celibate clergy: The need for historical debate New Blackfriars. 85, 583-597
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. Liturgical Resources for Lent and Eastertide Columba Books.
  • O'LOUGHLIIN, T., 2004. ‘Two Sixteenth-Century Biblical Maps in the Founders’ Library, University of Wales, Lampeter’. In: W. MARX and J. BURTON, eds., Readers, Printers, Churchmen, and Travellers: Essays in Honour of David Selwyn Trivium. 121-168
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. ‘Ailerán’. In: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography O.U.P., Oxford.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. ‘Celebrating Ascension and Pentecost’ Scripture in Church. 34(134), 121-127
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. ‘Sincerity and the Liturgy’ The Furrow. 55(10), 538-544
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2004. [Liturgical Resources for:] Palm Sunday C; Holy Thursday; Good Friday; Easter Vigil; Easter Sunday C Scripture in Church. 34(134), 2-8, 36-43
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. The Didache as a Source for Picturing the Earliest Christian Communities: The Case of the Practice of Fasting. In: O'MAHONY, KIERAN, ed., Christian Origins: Worship, Belief and Society Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. 83-112
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. The Praxis and Explanations of Eucharistic Fraction in the Ninth Century: the Insular Evidence Archiv für Liturgiewissenschaft. 45, 1-20
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. The cult of Mary within the structures of human time: A reading of some early mediaeval Irish martyrologies Maria. 3(2), 135-169
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T, 2003. ‘Reading Muirchú’s Tara-event within its background as a biblical “trial of divinities”’. In: J. CARTWRIGHT, ed., Celtic Hagiography and Saints' Cults Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 123-135
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Adomnán’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 8
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Aidan of Lindisfarne’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 15-16
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Bangor, Monastery of’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 68
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Canon Tables’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 154
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Céili Dé’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 176-177
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Christianity’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 192
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Church Reform’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 195
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Clerical celibacy’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 209
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Colm Cille’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 220
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Columbanus’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 221
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Confessio of Patrick’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 208
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Hagiography’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 466-467
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Iona’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 526-527
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Monastic Schools’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 734-735
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Monasticism’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 735
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Palladius’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 853
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Patrick, St.’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 861
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Vita sancti Columbae’. In: B. LALOR, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill & Macmillan, Dublin. 1112-1113
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Anselm’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 47-49
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Celtic and Early English Christianity’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 156-160
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Didache’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture, and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 206-207
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Eriugena, John Scotus’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 250-251
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Isidore of Seville’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 410-412
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Jesus Letters’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 1. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 476-477
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘Kempis, Thomas à’. In: J.L. HOULDEN, ed., Jesus in History, Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia 2. ABC-Clio, Santa Barbara, CA. 516-519
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. ‘The Scriptures and Preaching at Eastertide’ Scripture Bulletin. 33, 66-78
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2003. [Liturgical Resources for:] Ascension B; Sunday 7B of Easter; Pentecost B; Trinity B; Corpus Christi B Scripture in Church. 33(134), 149-156, 190-202
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. Imagery of the New Jerusalem in the Periphyseon and Eriugena’s Irish Background. In: MCEVOY, J. and DUNNE, M., eds., History and Eschatology in John Scottus Eriugena and His Time Leuven: Leuven University Press. 245-259
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. Muirchú’s theology of conversion in his Vita Patricii. In: ATHERTON, M., ed., Celts and Christians: New Approaches to the Religious Traditions of Britain and Ireland Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 124-45
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. Nominaliaeth yr Oesoedd Canol. In: DANIEL, J and GEALY, W.L., eds., Efrydiau Athronyddol 65 [O’r Oes Glasurol hyd at yr Oesoedd Canol] Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 62-74
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. '"Celtic Spirituality", Ecumenism, and the Contemporary Religious Landscape' Irish Theological Quarterly. 67, 153-168
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. A Celtic Theology: Some Awkward Questions and Observations. In: NAGY, J.F., ed., Identifying the ‘Celtic’: Celtic Studies Association of North America Yearbook 2 Dublin: Four Courts Press. 49-65
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. Patrick: Missionary to the Irish Catholic Truth Society.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. 'Collectio Canonum Hibernensis, Book 46'. In: A. BOURKE, ed., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing IV: Irish Women's Writings and Traditions New York University Press. 12-17
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. ‘Preaching on the Sundays of Eastertide’ Scripture in Church. 32(126), 244-248
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2002. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 2A of Easter; Sunday 3A of Easter; Sunday 4A of Easter Scripture in Church. 32(126), 130-135, 163-172.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. The Law of Adomnán Dublin: Four Courts Press Ltd.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. Newman: A Religious Quest Veritas.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Theologians and their use of historical evidence: some common pitfalls’ The Month. 261, 30-35
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Patrick on the margins of space and time’. In: K. MCGROARTY, ed., Eklogai: Eklogai: Studies in Honour of Thomas Finan and Gerard Watson Dept of Ancient Classics, Maynooth. 44-58
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘One island, one people, one nation: early Latin evidence for this motif in Ireland’ Institute of Technology Blanchardstown Journal. 4, 4-13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Monasteries and manuscripts: the transmission of Latin learning in early medieval Ireland’. In: H. MORGAN, ed., Information, Media and Power through the Ages University College Dublin Press, Dublin. 46-64
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Irish preaching before the End of the ninth century: assessing the extent of our evidence’. In: A.J. FLETCHER and R. GILLESPIE, eds., Irish Preaching 700-1700 Four Courts Press, Dublin. 18-39
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘The Tombs of the Saints: their significance for Adomnán’. In: J. CAREY, M. HERBERT and P. Ó RIAIN, eds., Studies in Irish Hagiography: Saints and Scholars Four Courts Press, Dublin. 1-14
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Adomnán: A Man of Many Parts’. In: Adomnán at Birr, AD 697: Essays in Commemoration of the Law of the Innocents Four Courts Press, Dublin. 41-51
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘The Early Church’. In: D. COHN-SHERBOK and J.M. COURT, eds., Religious Diversity in the Graeco-Roman World: A Survey of Recent Scholarship Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield. 124-142
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 2001. Adomnán at Birr, AD 697: Essays in Commemoration of the Law of the Innocents Four Courts Press, Dublin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Vulgate’. In: J.F.A. SAWYER and J.M.Y. SIMPSON, eds., Concise Encyclopedia of Language and Religion Elsevier, Amsterdam. 150-151
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Priesthood: Facing Problems with Open Eyes: Review of D.B. Cozzens, The Changing Face of the Priesthood’ Doctrine and Life. 51, 632-638
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 7C of Easter; Pentecost C; Trinity C; Corpus Christi C Scripture in Church. 31(122), 150-155, 195-2004
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Breaking and sharing: Inspiration from Early Christian Ireland’ Scripture in Church. 31(122), 246-249
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2001. ‘Liturgy for St Patrick’s Day’ The Furrow. 52, 140-144
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. Journeys on the Edges: The Celtic Tradition Orbis Books.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. Celtic Theology: Humanity, World and God in Early Irish Writings Continuum International Publishing Group.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Giraldus Cambrensis’s view of Europe’ History Ireland. 8(2), 16-21
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘The Plan of the New Jerusalem in the Book of Armagh’ Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. 39, 23-38
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Palestine in the Aftermath of the Arab Conquest: The Earliest Latin Account’. In: R.N. SWANSON, ed., Studies in Church History: The Holy Land, Holy Lands, and Christian History 36. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge. 78-89
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. 'Penitentials and Pastoral Care'. In: G.R. EVANS, ed., A History of Pastoral Care Cassell, London. 93-111
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Giraldus Cambrensis and the Sexual Agenda of the Twelfth-Century Reformers’ Journal of Welsh Religious History. 8, 1-15
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘A Woman’s Plight and the Western Fathers’. In: L.J. KREITZER and D.W. ROOKE, eds., Ciphers in the Sand: Interpretations of The Woman Taken in Adultery (John 7.53-8.11) Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield. 83-104
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Anticlericalism: Christian Perspectives’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 38-39
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Celtic Monasticism’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 265-269
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘David, St.’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 361-362
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Fasting: Western Christian’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 470-472
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Hagiography: Christian Perspectives’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 564-566
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Island Monasteries: Christian’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 669-673
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Manuscript Production: Christian’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 819-821
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Martyrs: Western Christian’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 831-833
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Master and Pupil: Christian Perspectives’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 835-837
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Penitential Books’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 1006-1007
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘St. Gallen, Switzerland’. In: W.R. JOHNSTON, ed., The Encyclopedia of Monasticism Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago and London. 1112
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Bede’. In: T.A. HART, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Historical Theology Paternoster, London / Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 61-62
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Boethius’. In: T.A. HART, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Historical Theology Paternoster, London / Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 77-79
  • O and O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Eriugena’. In: T.A. HART, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Historical Theology Paternoster, London / Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 189-190
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Eucherius of Lyons’. In: T.A. HART, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Historical Theology Paternoster, London / Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 192-193
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Julian of Toledo’. In: T.A. HART, ed., The Encyclopaedia of Historical Theology Paternoster, London / Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 290-291
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 3B of Easter; Sunday 4B of Easter; Sunday 5B of Easter; Sunday 6B of Easter Priests and People. 14, 157-161
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘Riches from the Tradition: Tírechán’s Creed’ Doctrine and Life. 50, 340-344
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. ‘A Celtic Preface’ The Furrow. 51, 34-38
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 2000. [Liturgical Resources for:] Holy Thursday; Good Friday; Easter Vigil; Easter Sunday B Scripture in Church. 30(118), 135-143, 173-180
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. St. Patrick: The Man and His Works Triangle.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Res, tempus, locus, persona: Adomnán’s Exegetical Method’. In: D. BROUN and T.O. CLANCY, eds., Spes Scotorum Hope of the Scots: Saint Columba, Iona and Scotland T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh. 139-158
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘The Development of Augustine the Bishop’s Critique of Astrology’ Augustinian Studies. 30, 83-103
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘The List of Illustrious Writers in the Pseudo-Bedan Collectanea’. In: H. CONRAD O’BRIAIN, A.M. D’ARCY and J. SCATTERGOOD, eds., Text and Gloss: Studies in Insular Learning and Literature Presented to Joseph Donovan Pheiffer Four Courts Press, Dublin. 34-48
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Tradition and Exegesis in the Eighth Century: The Use of Patristic Sources in Early Medieval Scriptural Commentaries’. In: O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., The Scriptures and Early Medieval Ireland: Proceedings of the 1993 Conference of the Society for Hiberno-Latin Studies on Early Irish Exegesis and Homilectics Brepols, Turnhout. 217-239
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Priestly Celibacy and “Arguments from History”’ Doctrine and Life. 49, 411-422
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Distant Islands: The Topography of Holiness in the Nauigatio sancti Brendani’. In: M. GLASSCOE, ed., The Medieval Mystical Tradition: England, Ireland and Wales: (Exeter Symposium VI) D.S. Brewer, Woodbridge. 1-20
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. The writings of St Patrick - an English translation. In: O. DAVIES, ed., Celtic Spirituality Paulist Press, Mahwah NJ. 67-90; and 476-96
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. The Vita Patricii of Muirchú - an English translation. In: O. DAVIES, ed., Celtic Spirituality Paulist Press, Mahwah NJ. 91-117; and 496-506
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. Two Eucharistic chants from the Stowe Missal - an English translation. In: O. DAVIES, ed., Celtic Spirituality Paulist Press, Mahwah NJ. 314-316; and 519
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. Three Sunday catecheses - an English translation. In: O. DAVIES, ed., Celtic Spirituality Paulist Press, Mahwah NJ. 371-5; and 522-3
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. The Altus prosator - and English translation. In: O. DAVIES, ed., Celtic Spirituality Paulist Press, Mahwah NJ.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘The Eusebian Apparatus in some Vulgate Gospel Books’ Peritia. 13, 1-92
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘The Ancient Near East and Ancient Europe’. In: N. SMART, ed., Atlas of the World’s Religions O.U.P., Oxford. 96-115, 220-221, 223
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Adomnán’. In: A.D. FITZGERALD, ed., Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 8-9
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Caesarius of Arles’. In: A.D. FITZGERALD, ed., Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 115-116
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Cassiodorus’. In: A.D. FITZGERALD, ed., Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 143-144
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Fifth Century’. In: A.D. FITZGERALD, ed., Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 362-365
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Isidore’. In: A.D. FITZGERALD, ed., Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI. 457-458
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 1999. The Scriptures and Early Medieval Ireland: Proceedings of the 1993 Conference of the Society for Hiberno-Latin Studies on Early Irish Exegesis and Homilectics Brepols, Turnhout.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘Ecology and Eschatology’ Ecotheology. 7, 71-80
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. ‘How Not to Say Mass’ The Furrow. 50, 613-618
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1999. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 4A of Easter; Sunday 5A of Easter; Sunday 6A of Easter; Ascension Scripture in Church. 29(114), 137-142, 177-188
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. Teachers and Code-Breakers: the Latin Genesis Tradition, 430-800 Brepols.
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Medieval church history: Beyond apologetics, after development: the awkward memories’ The Way. 38, 65-76
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘The Celtic Homily: Creeds and Eschatology’ Milltown Studies. 41, 99-115
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘“Documenta Q”: Its primitiae reviewed’ Milltown Studies. 41, 137-143
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Eucharist or Communion Service?’ The Way. 38, 365-374
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Christ and the Scriptures: The Chasm between Modern and Pre-modern Exegesis’ The Month. 259, 475-485
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Christ as the focus of Genesis Exegesis in Isidore of Seville’. In: T. FINAN and V. TWOMEY, eds., Studies in Patristic Christology Four Courts Press, Dublin. 144-162
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Maps and Acts: a problem in cartography and exegesis’ Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association. 21, 33-61
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Rhygyfarch’s Vita Dauidis: An Apparatus biblicus’ Studia Celtica. 32, 179-188
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Adomnán’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 4
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Biblical Exegesis’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 46
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Canon Law’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 68
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Columbanus’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 104-105
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘John Scottus Eriugena’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 278-279
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Lough Derg’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 331
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Monasteries, Irish, in continental Europe’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 363-364
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Monastic schools’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 365-366
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Pelagianism’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 437-438
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Penitentials’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 439
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Pilgrimage’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 442
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘Shrines’. In: S.J. CONNOLLY, ed., The Oxford Companion to Irish History O.U.P., Oxford. 512
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., ed., 1998. Hippolyte Delehaye: The Legends of the Saints Four Courts Press, Dublin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. ‘The Passion in the Liturgy: the demands of celebration’ New Liturgy. 100, 6-12
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1998. [Liturgical Resources for:] Palm Sunday C; Holy Thursday; Good Friday Scripture in Church. 28(110), 130-134, 164-170
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Isidore’s Use of Gregory the Great in the Exegesis of Genesis’ Revue Bénédictine. 107, 263-269
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Living in the Ocean: the significance of the patristic understanding of oceanus for writings from Iona’. In: C. BOURKE, ed., Studies in the Cult of Saint Columba Four Courts Press, Dublin. 11-23
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Res, tempus, locus, persona: Adomnán’s Exegetical Method’ Innes Review. 95-111
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘The Mysticism of Number in the Medieval Period before Eriugena’. In: J.J. CLEARY, ed., The Perennial Tradition of Neoplatonism Leuven University Press, Leuven. 397-416
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Individual anonymity and collective identity: the enigma of early medieval Latin theologians’ Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévale. 64, 291-314
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Adomnán and Arculf: The Case of an Expert Witness’ Journal of Medieval Latin. 7, 127-146
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Marriage and Sexuality in the Hibernensis’ Peritia. 11, 188-206
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘The Salzburg Fragment of Adomnán’s De locis sanctis’ Manuscripta. 41, 32-37
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘Adomnán’s De locis sanctis: a textual emendation and an additional source identification’ Ériu. 48, 37-40
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. ‘“Wendepunkte”: Manuscript Index’ Hiberno-Latin Newsletter. 7, 4-8
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1997. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 2B of Easter; Sunday 3B of Easter; Sunday 4B of Easter Scripture in Church. 27(114), 130-137, 163-172
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘“The Gates of Hell”: From Metaphor to Fact’ Milltown Studies. 38, 98-114
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘Biblical Contradictions in the Periphyseon and the Development of Eriugena’s Method’. In: C. STEEL, J. MCEVOY and G. VAN RIEL, eds., Iohannes Scottus Eriugena and the Scriptures Leuven University Press. 103-126
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘Tyconius’ Use of the Canonical Gospels’ Revue Bénédictine. 106, 229-233
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘The Latin Sources of Medieval Irish Culture: A Partial Status Quaestionis’. In: K. MCCONE and K. SIMMS, eds., Progress in Celtic Studies Maynooth: An tSagart. 91-105
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘The View from Iona: Adomnán’s mental maps’ Peritia. 10, 98-122
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘The Text of Cyprian’s Ad Quirinum III, lviii: An Emendation’ Manuscripta. 40, 49-53
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1996. ‘Adomnán and mira rotunditas’ Ériu. 47, 95-99
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘Dating the De situ Hierusolimae: The Insular Evidence’ Revue Bénédictine. 105, 9-19
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘Newman on Doing Theology’ New Blackfriars. 76, 92-98
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘The Meaning of ‘Gift’ in Latin and English Theological Usage’ Milltown Studies. 35, 134-137
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘The Symbol gives Life: Eucherius of Lyons’ Formula for Exegesis’. In: T. FINAN and V. TWOMEY, eds., Scriptural Interpretation in the Fathers: Letter and Spirit Four Courts Press. 221-252
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘Adomnán the Illustrious’ The Innes Review. 46, 1-14
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘The Controversy over Methuselah’s Death: Proto-chronology and the Origins of the Western Concept of Inerrancy’ Recherches de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale. 62, 182-225
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘The Waters above the Heavens, Isidore, and the Latin Tradition’ Milltown Studies. 36, 104-117
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘Seeking the Medieval View of the Song of Songs’ Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association. 18, 94-116
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1995. ‘Celibacy in the Catholic Church – A Brief History’ History Ireland. 3(4), 41-46
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1994. ‘St Patrick and an Irish Theology’ Doctrine and Life. 44, 153-159
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1994. ‘Astrology and Thirteenth Century Philosophy: A New Angle on Old Problems’ Milltown Studies. 33, 89-110
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1994. ‘The Latin Versions of the Scriptures in Use on Iona in the Late Seventh Century’ Peritia. 8, 18-26
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1994. 'Sister Act: Interview with Dr Margaret MacCurtain' History Ireland. 2(1), 52-54
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘The Quincentenary of Schedel’s Map of the Creation: A Turning Point in the Development of the Modern Mind’ Milltown Studies. 31, 30-52
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘The Earliest World Maps Known in Ireland’ History Ireland. 1(1), 7-10
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘An Irish (?) Interpolation in Caesarius of Arles’ Sermo 84’ Milltown Studies. 31, 143-145
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘Medieval Papal Letters: A Source for Local History’ History Ireland. 1(3), 56-58
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘A Note on Isidore and the Pseudo-Isidore: Caveat lector’ Hiberno-Latin Newsletter. 6, 11
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘Adam’s Rib and the Equality of the Sexes: Some Medieval Exegesis of Gen 2:21-22’ Irish Theological Quarterly. 59, 44-54
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T. and H. CONRAD-O'BRIAIN, 1993. ‘The “baptism of tears” in early Anglo-Saxon sources’ Anglo-Saxon England. 22, 65-83
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. ‘Julian of Toledo’s Antikeimenon and the Development of Latin Exegesis’ Proceeding of the Irish Biblical Association. 16, 80-98
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. [Liturgical Resources for:] Reflections for Weekdays and Saints’ Days, Weeks 15-16, Year 1 Scripture in Church. 23(91), 310-313
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1993. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 2A; Sunday 3A; Sunday 4A Scripture in Church. 23(89), 10-15, 40-47
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘“Aquae super caelos” (Gn 1:6-7): The First Faith-Science Debate’ Milltown Studies. 29, 92-114
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘Unexplored Irish Influences on Eriugena’ Recherches de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale. 59, 23-40
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘The Libri Philosophorum and Augustine’s Conversions’. In: T. FINAN and V. TWOMEY, eds., The Relationship Between Neoplatonism and Christianity Four Courts Press. 101-125
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘The Exegetical Purpose of Adomnán’s De Locis Sanctis’ Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies. 24, 37-53
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘Adam’s Burial at Hebron: Some Aspects of its Significance in the Latin Tradition’ Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association. 15, 66-88
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1992. ‘The Spirituality of Teaching’ Religious Life Review. 31, 200-207, 233-237
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1991. ‘Newman, Vincent of Lérins and Development’ Irish Theological Quarterly. 58, 147-166
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1991. ‘B.N. Lat 10616: A hitherto un-noticed Carolingian scriptural work’ Hiberno-Latin Newsletter. 5, 13
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1991. [Liturgical Resources for:] Assumption of Mary Intercom. July-August, 30-31
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1990. ‘The Significance of Sunday: Three Ninth-Century Catecheses’ Worship. 64, 533-544
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T. and D. MCCARTNEY, eds., 1990. Cardinal Newman: The Catholic University: A Collection of his Writings in Connection with the University U.C.D., Dublin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1990. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 3A Intercom. 29
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1990. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 20A Intercom. July-August, 32
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1989. ‘Knowing God and Knowing the Cosmos: Augustine’s Legacy of Tension’ Irish Philosophical Journal. 6, 27-58
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1989. ‘Who is Anselm’s Fool?’ The New Scholasticism. 63, 313-325
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1988. Cardinal Newman: Seeker of Truth Veritas Publications.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1988. ‘Newman and the Marian Year’ Homilectic and Pastoral Review. 88, 57-63
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1987. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 4A Intercom. February, 20
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1987. Marian Encyclical Veritas, Dublin.
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1987. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 4B of Advent; Christmas Day Intercom. December, 26-30
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1987. [Liturgical Resources for:] St Patrick’s Day Intercom. March, 34
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1986. [Liturgical Resources for:] Epiphany Intercom. January, 26
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1986. [Liturgical Resources for:] Sunday 11C Intercom. June, 29
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1984. 'The Demand and Supply of Priests from All Hallows College, Dublin, in America: 1842-1860' Records of the American Catholic Historical Society. 95, 39-60
  • O’LOUGHLIN, T., 1984. 'The Parish Newsletter' Intercom. December, 9-11
  • O'LOUGHLIN, T., 1983. 'All Hallows College and America 1842-1860'. In: JAMES MCCORMACK, ed., All Hallows Studies 1983 47-65

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