ACI Zoom: Nicola Brady – Towards a Synodal Pathway for the Catholic Church in Ireland

Towards a Synodal Pathway
for the Catholic Church in Ireland

Nicola Brady

Zoom Thursday February 24th, 2022

At 8.00 pm

Dr Nicola Brady is the Chair of the Steering Committee for Ireland’s National Synodal Assembly. She has recently been appointed General Secretary of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI).

She has particular experience in the area of faith-based peace-building on the island of Ireland and internationally, including human rights advocacy, support to victims/survivors, facilitation of civic dialogue, community engagement with policing, and research across a broad range of issues relevant to reconciliation.

She is a Director of Christian Aid Ireland and the Maximilian Kolbe Foundation, which works to extend the lessons of German-Polish reconciliation post-World War II to other conflict areas.

On Thursday 24th February Dr Brady will speak about the vision for the Synodal Pathway, outline the planning work that is underway and how this relates to the work being undertaken for the Universal Synod (2023) – and share some of the questions and learning emerging as we progress. 

To join us, click the following link:

Meeting ID: 870 8297 9287
Passcode: 659942

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One Comment

  1. Margaret Hill says:

    ACI Zoom with Nicola Brady…

    This sounds so exciting
    “We are all in the same boat”
    Let’s hope we stay in the boat even though it may have to weather many storms.
    Let us stay strong and let us not be afraid.
    Even though we may feel we are sinking remember Christ’s words,
    “Why are ye fearful? Oh ye of little faith.”

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