07Jan The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis: A Synodal Catholic Church in Ireland? A Talk by Gerry O Hanlon

Fr Gerry O’Hanlon S.J.

will give a talk on his recent book,

“The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis:
A Synodal Catholic Church in Ireland?”

in the Ó Fiaich Library,

Moy Road, Armagh,

on Saturday, 19 January 2019, from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm.

A rare opportunity for all of us, both ordained and non ordained, to join in a discussion afterwards.

Tea/coffee served.

Beidh fáilte mhór romhaibh.

3 Responses

  1. Mary Vallely

    Thank you for posting notice of this event for us. It is a rare opportunity for those of us in this part of Ireland who are passionate about reform to come together to listen, to reflect and to share thoughts and concerns in a safe and very welcoming space. Please spread the word.
    Looking forward to hearing Fr Gerry or Gerry ( Baptism trumps ordination?! ) and I pray that this may be a small first step towards many such future gatherings.

  2. Frances Burke

    Pope Francis comes out in support of Macron and Merkel in warning against the resurgence of Nationalism.

    https://johnmenadue.com/christopher-lamb-pope-francis-comes-out-in-support-of-macron-and-merkel-in-warning-against-the-resurgence-of-nationalism/

  3. Paddy Ferry

    Mary, we are also looking forward to hearing Gerry speak, in Edinburgh, invited by our Newman Association, on Tuesday, February, 12th.

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