We Are Church Zooms: Synod Listening Session + Phyllis Zagano: “Women Deacons and Synodality”

We Are Church Zoom events:

WAC Synod ZOOM Listening Session:

Wednesday 20.April 2022 7.30pm

Our Church is in need of reform!

At this session all issues are on the table.

At this ZOOM session we will break into small groups with two rounds:

(1) Your experience of church

(2) What changes you regard as important

The lists from each group will be forwarded to our bishops and direct to the Synod Office in Rome.

Of course you should also take part in meetings in your parish & diocese.


Wed 27th April

Phyllis Zagano: “Women Deacons and Synodality”

Wednesday 27th of April 2022


Phyllis Zagano was a member of the Papal Commission for Women Deacons

Phyllis Zagano is an internationally acclaimed Catholic scholar and lecturer on contemporary spirituality and women’s issues in the church. She has written and spoken on the role of women in the Roman Catholic Church and is an advocate for the ordination of women as deacons. She was a member of the initial Papal Commission for the Study of the Diaconate of Women. She holds a research appointment at Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York.

Following Phyllis Zagano’s talk there will be a Question & Answer session.

The ZOOM link will be sent to you 2 days before the event.

The ZOOM link will be sent to you again 1 hour before the event.

Please book your FREE tickets for each of these events on Eventbrite by clicking on the links above.

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