Root & Branch Synod: Diarmuid O’Murchu Wed 9th June

Diarmuid O’Murchu



(please note change from our usual Tuesdays)

14.00 BST

09.00 EDT   15.00 CET


are delighted to welcome our much sought-after speaker, Diarmuid O’Murchu.

Diarmuid, a member of the Sacred Heart Missionary Order, and a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin Ireland, is a social psychologist, most of whose working life has been in social ministry, predominantly in London, UK. In that capacity he has worked as a couples counsellor, in bereavement work, AIDS-HIV counselling, and, in more recent times, with homeless people and refugees. He is also an author. His latest book is Doing Theology in an Evolutionary Way. His time with us will reflect another of his extremely popular books, Adult Faith. We’re thrilled to welcome him, and also look forward to our usual Chat Cafe next day,
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  1. Paddy Ferry says:

    Diarmuid O’Murchu. It would be good if this could be recorded so that those of us who will be working at 14.00BST could watch it later.

  2. Anne Foley says:

    This is my first visit to Root and Branch Synod so I’m working my way around and being very pleased and impressed with contents.
    Thank you.
    PS I agree with Paddy Ferry too.

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