Munster Assembly to be planned at meeting this Wednesday

At the National Assembly in Dublin on 7 May, it was agreed that regional meetings should be held. At a gathering of the local members of the ACP of the dioceses of both Cork & Ross and Cloyne, a planning meeting for a possible Assembly for the Munster region was suggested.
This meeting will take place on  this Wednesday 27 June from 2.30 – 4.00pm in the Firgrove Hotel, Mitchelstown. ACP members (lay and clergy) and others interested in the idea are welcome. A member of the ACP Leadership Team will be present.
This planning is being organised on behalf of the ACP by Pat Moran, OSA., Máire Mulcahy and Tom Riordan.

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