Meeting of ACP; Cork and Ross

The next meeting of the ACP in Cork & Ross takes place on Tuesday 12 April at 2.30 pm at Ovens parish Centre. Tony Flannery from the Leadership team will facilitate the meeting and will report on what the Team is planning and doing. Tony will  be interested in feedback from Cork & Ross also, and will want us to share our ideas on initiatives they are pursuing.
During the meeting we will share the results of the survey we conducted with priests in the Munster dioceses with a view to informing the Vatican-appointed visitor on the realities of our lives.
This meeting is aimed at ACP members in Cork & Ross, of which there are 34 (names below), but priests thinking of joining are also welcome to come. Please, spread the word!
Bernard Cotter, Michael Kelleher, Eoin Whooley

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