Climate change and the Church OR Climate change in the Church

Armagh Diocesan Justice and Peace Commission

invite you to a conference on

Climate Change AND the Church


Climate Change IN the Church?

Saturday 9 November 2019 from 10.00 to 13.00

The O’Fiaich Library, 15 Moy Road, Armagh, BT61 7LY

Please register either by emailing: Or write to us: Armagh Justice and Peace Commission, c/o Unit 1, 49 Keady Road, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 3NW


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  1. Mary Vallely says:

    Don’t worry. No one will be turned away if not registered beforehand. It’s a rare opportunity to meet together outside of Dublin and to engage on matters pertaining to the good of the Church but also for the good of the planet! We are honoured to have both Fr Sean and Dympna and the young people speaking. Plenty to discuss and praying that we can all be challenged. As new Luxembourg Cardinal Hollerich reminds us,
    “You can’t love someone if you’re not listening and if you’re not ready to change.”

  2. Mary O'Connor says:

    As Churches prepare seminars on Climate change, study Pope Francis letter and support Future Fridays movement by the youth would churches be willing to offer a physical space free of charge to EXTINCTION REBELLION for planning meetings again the participants are generally young people, peaceful, respectful. and very well informed. Just a thought.

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