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Dr. Miceal Ledwith – The Origins of Man

Dr. Miceal Ledwith, L.Ph., L.D., D.D., LL.D (h.c), served as a Catholic priest and as Professor of Theology and College President for over 25 years in Ireland. During the course of his academic and administrative careers he lectured extensively to interested adult groups in many countries and continues to speak at venues all over the world today. 

He is a long-time member of Ramtha’s School of Ancient Wisdom and has been invited to speak at Events held by the school for several years at many venues throughout the world.  

He was one of the scholars featured in “What the Bleep Do We Know,” and its sequel “Down the Rabbit Hole.”

The Origins of Man

Dr. Ledwith posses many questions and has a few suggestions as he sets the stage for you to ponder. Consider is what part of the Holy See tasked with advising the Pope on theological matters…so his knowledge is vast.

The Presidency of Maynooth was, in 1985 when Ledwith was appointed to the role, a senior position within the Catholic Church in Ireland. Only 44, he proved a capable administrator at Maynooth; immediately prior to his resignation he presided over the separation of the National University of Ireland, Maynooth and the Pontifical College.[2] He was regarded within the church as a progressive and in 1988 he was seen as a series contender for the vacant see of Dublin following the sudden death of Archbishop Kevin McNamara. His name was submitted to Rome as one of three possible candidates.[3]

There was considerable surprise following the appointment of a University College Dublin academic, Professor Desmond Connell.[4]

Ledwith was then appointed a Domestic Prelate with the title of Monsignor, and served for 17 years under Pope John Paul II as a member of the International Theological Commission, a group of theologians of international standing charged with advising the Holy See on theological matters. He also served as Chairman of the Conference of the Heads of Irish Universities and as a member of the Governing Bureau of the Conference of European University Rectors (CRE).

Articles by Dr. Ledwith for Science to Sage