Welcome. This site is an attempt to collect together a lifetime’s work of writing – books, essays and articles. Living and working in four continents over the last 70 years, my life has been a journey. These writings are a record of, and a reflection on, that journey.
Survival is the number one issue on the human agenda. And we don’t have forever to sort it out. We share a common responsibility for the fate of Planet Earth which is our home. And we share also in the outcome of decisions that are made about it; we are all in the same boat.
This new book is a contribution by a non-scientist to a debate of importance to all humanity.
“This guy is saying all the things I’ve been saying for so long now.”
Brian Coyne, Editor, Catholica
A long piece written for “Laurentianum”, a publication of the Capuchin International College of Saint Lawrence of Brindisi in Rome.read more
The books and articles published on this site are the works of, and the copyright of, Owen O’Sullivan. It goes without saying that the opinions expressed therein are mine alone and are not intended to reflect the views of the Catholic Church, the Capuchin Order or the editors of any of the publications in which they were published.
Hi! I’m Owen O’Sullivan, born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1944.
In 1961 I joined the Capuchin Order. My work with the order has taken me to New Zealand, Madagascar, Zambia, Kilkenny, Carlow, West Belfast, Donegal – and back to Dublin.