Synodal Pathway Update – Ireland

Dear Friends,

With today’s email, I invite you to get a comfy chair and make yourselves a nice cup of tea or coffee, as I have a number of resources (both video and text) from the Continental Assembly in Prague. If you have being following the social media hashtag #SynodPrague2023, you’ll have received many of these already but for those who may not be as media savvy, I’m including the main content below.

I would like to offer my thanks in a special way to Fr Bill Kemmy from iCatholic who travelled to Prague and recorded all the content from the assembly. Thank you also to those who sent messages and prayers of support and encouragement to the Irish delegation while we there. They were greatly appreciated.

Conscious that there is so much content from Prague, I don’t want to lose sight of the very valuable resource that is this week’s Synodal Sunday from Fr Robert McCabe so I have included it as the first piece in this week’s email.

Best wishes to you all as we continue our synodal journey together,
Julieann Moran

General Secretary Synodal Sunday Reflection for 19th February Temperance Sunday
This Sunday, Fr Robert McCabe, Spiritual Director of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association of the Sacred Heart, reflects on Temperance Sunday. He invites us to be in solidarity with those who are suffering because of alcoholism or addiction. He reminds us that as we make our synodal journey together, we are called to get to know the struggles and the vulnerabilities of others.
Sunday, 19th February 2023 a reflection on Temperance Sunday by Fr Robert McCabe – link:

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