“Tradition and the Challenge of Same-Sex Unions” The Newman Association, Edinburgh.

Tradition and the Challenge of Same-Sex Unions“.

Members and Friends of the Newman Association, Edinburgh. We are delighted to be hosting our next speaker who is travelling from Ireland to be with us at our next meeting:

Tuesday 10th  March 2020


Angela Hanley


 Angela Hanley completed her undergraduate theology studies then furthered her theological studies in All Hallows, College, Dublin with a research MA on same-sex unions for gay/lesbian Catholic couples, graduating in 2015. She regularly contributes articles to a number of religious periodicals.

All are warmly invited to attend. Please feel free to forward this invitation to those you feel might be interested

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  1. Paddy Ferry says:

    We had an excellent meeting with Angela here in Edinburgh last Tuesday evening. It obviously is a difficult subject but her presentation was inspiring and enlightening for us all and so obviously well researched.
    I was urging her after the meeting to share some of her erudition with us on this site.

    PS. We were still at Mass this morning. However, no sign of peace, no communion on the tongue, no chalice, dry holy water fonts, no hymn books –single hymn sheets instead, and no lay ministry bringing Holy Communion to the housebound. There were large empty spaces in the church.

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