Synodal Pathway Update…

From Julieann Moran General Secretary:

“Living Synodality Now” a one-day symposium 

“Living Synodality Now” is a one-day symposium on the synodal pathway and its implications for faith life in contemporary Ireland. It has been jointly organised by South East Technological University Waterford and Carlow College, St Patrick’s. 

Speakers include Professor Michael A. Conway, Director of the Irish Centre for Faith and Culture, Paula McKeown, Director of Living Church in the Diocese of Down and Connor and Julieann Moran, General Secretary of the Synodal Pathway in Ireland. The symposium takes place on Saturday, 11 March 2023 from 12:00pm – 4:00pm on the Cork Road Campus of SETU, Waterford, with registration from 11.15am. The attendance fee is €20 per person. For further details and other enquiries, please email: 

Synodal Sunday Reflection for 26th February
First Sunday of Lent
For the first Sunday of Lent, Dr Jessie Rogers reflects on the Temptation of Jesus in the Desert and asks what will we be doing this Lent in order to make time and space for the Spirit to work deeply in us as we journey together on the synodal pathway.

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