AGM 2022 – audio

Click on the link below for audio of the ACP AGM 2022, held in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone, Wed 19 Oct 2022. The guest speaker was Julieann Moran, General Secretary for the Synodal Pathway of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Irish Episcopal Conference, Columba Centre, Maynooth, Co. Kildare. ACP Leadership Team member Tim Hazelwood followed up on the Care of Priests and presented various figures from the ACP ‘snapshot’ survey of priests in Ireland. Leadership Team member Gerry O’Connor CSsR chaired proceedings on a most enjoyable day, our firsts face-to-face AGM since 2019!

We are grateful to Paul Daly from Éist who recorded the AGM and made it available. Paul says: “I would greatly appreciate if you would take the time to view my new website 

and also soon to be

At present we have many titles to view and we are constantly adding and updating it, so please be patient and support where possible. The new website now has a downloadable function so you can send a copy of the recordings to whatever email address you input, therefore you can have the talks on your phone, tablet, etc. etc. The price of the downloads is 50% cheaper that the CD/USB equivalent, which is also great news for all. You might also share the website address with friends and family to help with promotion. Hope you enjoy… Thanks, Paul Daly, Éist Audio.”

ACP AGM 2022 Audio link:

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