Bishop Michael Duignan publishes Pastoral Reflection on the Future of the Church in the Diocese of Clonfert

Bishop Michael Duignan, Bishop of Clonfert has published “Renew and Strengthen your People – a Pastoral Reflection on the Future of the Church in the Diocese of Clonfert.”  Bishop Duignan hopes that the Pastoral Reflection will provide an opportunity for parish pastoral councils, parish groups or church organisations, those involved in catholic education, groups of priests, religious and interested families and laypeople in the Diocese to discuss the ideas raised. Once the Clonfertdiocesan community have had time to reflect on its contents, Bishop Michael is asking for feedback.

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  1. John Anthony Waters says:

    I read the full Pastoral Reflection and found it interesting. I particularly
    liked his account of the Apostles in the years after the death of Jesus. In
    due course I hope to provide feedback on a few of the matters raised.

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