04Oct Invitation to AGM

The ACP Leadership of Brendan Hoban, Roy Donovan,

Tim Hazelwood and Gerry O’Connor

Cordially invite you to attend the

AGM of the Association of Catholic Priests (ACP) in

The Bounty, Dubarry Park, Athlone

on Wednesday 10th October

2.00-5.00pm.

 

This years theme is After the Papal Visit – What Now?

Following on from last year’s AGM we shall present further developments on ‘protocols’ e.g., caring for priests – retirement and treatment of priests.

We have reports on the meeting with Bishops, Regional Meetings, Papal Meetings and Survey, and Healing Circles. Participants will have opportunities to speak at an open forum and invited to plot the way ahead for the ACP.

Prof John Feehan is our guest speaker, a well-known environmentalist, broadcaster and author of the award-winning The Singing Heart of the World on creation spirituality. A lecturer in All Hallows College and Dalgan Park he is an expert on the interface between religion and science. His address is ‘A New View of Creation in Laudato Si.’

Please join us on the day and bring a friend.

You are also invited to renew your Annual Membership (€30) at the AGM,

on line – www.associationofcatholicpriests.ie

or by post (cheque payable to ACP) to Liamy Mac Nally, Sheeaune, Westport, Co Mayo.

 

AGM Directions: The Bounty, Dubarry Park, 2 Coosan Rd, Cornamagh, Athlone, Westmeath.

Sat-Nav: Search for either Dubarry Park, Athlone or The Bounty Bar, Athlone and it should bring you directly to the Venue.

Travelling from Dublin: Take Exit 10 off the motorway and you must go left at the junction, as it’s a left turn only. Proceed to the roundabout and take exit 4, which brings you back over the motorway. At the traffic lights take the first left and continue up that road for 200 yards and we are on your right hand side.

Travelling from Galway: Take Exit 10 off the motorway and at the lights take a left turn and immediately take the next left and continue along that road for 200 yards and we are on your right hand side.

Travelling from Roscommon: On arrival to Athlone (Ganleys Hardware) you need to join the motorway in the direction of Dublin and follow the directions above as if you’re travelling from Galway.

Travelling from Cavan: On entering Athlone continue straight on in the direction of Athlone town centre. As you’re passing the new Super Valu store on your right hand side at the next set of traffic lights take the right turn and we are up that road 200 yards on your right hand side.

 

N.B. With the introduction of new data protection regulations we are obliged to request that you confirm your willingness to receive future communication from the ACP by email, post and/or text. Please confirm your contact details (name, address, email and mobile):

by post to Liamy Mac Nally, ACP Admin Secretary, Sheeaune, Westport, Mayo;

or text your name, address and email to 087-2233220;

or email your name, address and mobile to info@associationofcatholicpriests.ie

The ACP does NOT pass on information to third parties.

 

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