AMRI Zoom on the Synod: Tuesday 16 Nov 7.00-9.00pm

The Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland (AMRI) represents and promotes active collaboration between Religious Institutes, Societies of Apostolic Life and Lay Missionary Organisations.​ It seeks to respond to existing and emerging realities both in Ireland and overseas by supporting and energising the life and ministries of its members and of the wider church with a renewed sense of hope and relevance.

AMRI are hosting a Webinar Tues 16 Nov 7.00-9.00pm about the Synod and the 4 panelists are:

  • Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick; Vice Chair of the Synodal Steering Committee
  • Julianne Moran; Missio Ireland and Member of the Synodal Steering Committee
  • Sr. Josephine Enenmo OLA; Director of Religious Formation Ministry Program with AMRI
  • Colm Holmes; Joint Co-ordinator of We Are Church Ireland

Please click here to register for this webinar.

It is from 7pm to 9pm with the first part being a panel discussion followed by breakout rooms for everyone to get involved.

The two questions for the panel are:

What is your personal take on the synod and how it might work?

What difference do you think the synod will make to the role of lay people in the Church.

More details on the AMRI website:


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