24Dec Presider’s Page for 23/24 December (Fourth Sunday of Advent)

Presider's Page for 23/24 December (Fourth Sunday of Advent)

17Dec Presider’s Page for 17 December (Advent 3, GAUDETE)

We’re two thirds of the way through Advent. Traditionally, today is called Gaudete Sunday, which means ‘a day for rejoicing.’ The reason for celebration is that the day of the Lord’s coming is very near.

10Dec Presider’s Page for 9 December (Second Sunday of Advent)

John the Baptist is the focus of the liturgy on the Second Sunday of Advent each year. His challenge to us to ‘prepare a way for the Lord’ is at the heart of the Advent message. We worship the one who will surely come to us.

16Jan The Association of Catholics in Ireland (ACI) expresses deep disappointment on the eve of the Irish Catholic Bishops visit to Rome

The Association of Catholics in Ireland (ACI) expresses deep disappointment that the Irish Catholic Bishops Conference (ICBC) has been unable to agree to bring proposals on ending the celibacy requirement for priestly ministry in Ireland to Pope Francis for their Ad Limina visit to Rome.

17Oct Marco Politi – The Association of Catholics in Ireland in association with the Loyola Institute, Trinity College

Marco Politi will speak in the Loyola Institute, Trinity College, on Tuesday 18th October at 6.30 pm.

29Mar Women: Potential for ministry in the Church

The Association of Catholics in Ireland (ACI) will host a meeting entitled:
WOMEN: POTENTIAL FOR MINISTRY IN THE CHURCH.
Date: Thursday 31st March 2016.
Time 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Clayton Hotel, Galway.

13Nov Climate Change, Water & Biodiversity

Notice of talk by Sean McDonagh on Climate Change; Water & Biodiversity.

21Oct Social Justice and the Family; presented by the Association of Catholics in Ireland

Notice of an Association of Catholics in Ireland presentation with Fr. Gerry O Hanlon and Alice Leahy in All Hallows on Saturday 14 November at 2.00 p.m..

16Jun Changing reality for marriage discussed with Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

Association of Catholics in Ireland met with Archbishop Diarmuid Martin to discuss the changing reality for marriage and the family in Ireland.

26May ‘Where is love in the Lineamenta’?

Press Release by the Association of Catholics in Ireland concerning the forthcoming Synod on Family .
" a synod without the significant involvement of married laity will lack authority."




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