Synodal Pathway – more videos and interviews…

“the success of the Synodal Pathway will be dependent on the parishes throughout our 26 dioceses…”

Julieann Moran and Fr Éamonn Fitzgibbon discuss a recent research report which calls for leadership training at local level in order to advance the Irish Synodal Pathway.

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“everyone in the Synod hall had an equal voice and everyone was listened to equally…” 

Professor Eamonn Conway spoke with Monica Morley on Midwest Radio’s “Faith Alive” on 12 November about his experience as a theologian/expert facilitator during the first session of the Universal Synod in October.

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“priests are being asked to reconsider their role and their approach to leadership…”

Julieann Moran chats with Monica Morley on Midwest Radio’s “Faith Alive” (5 November) about recent research with clergy groups to learn more about their engagement with the synodal process and why there was limited or lukewarm engagement from some. 

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