Tony Flannery to speak at 2nd ACI Meeting in Belfast – Saturday 21st Feb 2015

Registration is now officially open for the ACI’s second event to be held in Belfast on Saturday 21st February 2015. Full details can be found here:-
The guest speaker at this follow-up event is Fr Tony Flannery, a Redemptorist priest, writer and a founding member of the Association of Catholic Priests in Ireland (ACP).
The topics to be presented and discussed will be:-
(1) The Urgent Reforms needed in the Church, and where Pope Francis stands in relation to them,
(2) The Growth of the Catholic Reform Movement around the world; Its strengths and weaknesses.
Registration for the event is by email (see below), with a registration fee this time of £5 to cover expenses (includes tea/coffee and biscuits), payable at the door on the day.
The venue is the beautifully restored church building, now a peace centre, called the 174 Trust, Duncairn Ave, Antrim Road, Belfast BT14 6BP (just around the corner from Shalom House, where the first meeting was held).
Doors open at 10.30am for a 11.00am start and the event will finish for 2.30pm.
To register for this event, or for further information, email your name(s) to Martin Murray at:
A telephone number would also be useful. Early registration will help with knowing numbers for outside catering purposes.
Admittance without prior registration may be possible but cannot be guaranteed.

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