Thursday, October 10, 2019

The Women the Vatican Cannot Silence- Mary McAleese and Sister Joan Chittister, Saturday, Nov, 2, Trinity College


 
We congratulate Mary McAleese who will receive the prestigious Alfons Auer Ethics Prize from Tubingen University on 30.October 2019. 
To mark this award We are Church Ireland, Voices of Faith and the School of Religion in Trinity College will present two leading Catholic women in a public conversation to overcome the silence on issues that affect Catholics today and must be openly discussed for the future of an inclusive, egalitarian and harmonious Church.
Former Irish President Mary McAleese and feminist nun Sister Joan Chittister have both experienced attempts by the Catholic hierarchy to silence their voices. In this conversation, for the first time ever, these two courageous women come together to discuss their views on the many issues besetting our Church today and the possible solutions for change. Titled 'The Women The Vatican Couldn't Silence' this event will take place in Trinity College at 2pm on Saturday the 2nd of November 2019. NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FULLY SOLD OUT. CONTACT COLM HOLMES TO PUT YOUR NAME ON AWAITING LIST.

We congratulate Angela Hanley on the launch of her very important book 'What happened to Fr Seán Fagan?' which tells the sad story of  how Seán  suffered greatly at the hands of the Vatican's Congregation for Doctrine and Faith. The truth has been told at last.

We welcome your feedback on the Charter of 15 Rights and Responsibilities for Christ’s Faithful which was approved at the Warsaw ICRN meeting in September 2019.
 
Blessings and best wishes,
 
Colm Holmes
Core Group Member

colmholmes2020@gmail.com

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