VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH: Maynooth College Reflects on COVID-19 ‘New Realities in Uncertain Times’

            Join us for the launch of Maynooth College Reflects on COVID-19!

 Messenger Publications in conjunction with St Patrick’s College, Maynooth invites you to join us for the 



Maynooth College Reflects on COVID-19
New Realities in Uncertain Times

Edited by Jeremy Corley, Neil Xavier O’Donoghue and Salvador Ryan

with a foreword by Archbishop Eamon Martin

7:30pm, WEDNESDAY 19 MAY 

For the past year, there has been saturation coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic from medical, economic, political and business perspectives.

 And what of the ethical and religious voices? 

This book is a response by members of the theology and philosophy departments
of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth to practical, spiritual and philosophical
aspects of the crisis.

With presentations by
Bairbre Cahill
Facilitator, Trainer & Author
Dr Katie Dunne
Lecturer in Religious Education, NUI Galway
Nóirín Lynch 
Performer, Facilitator, Author 

and Special Guest
Archbishop Eamon Martin

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