Taken from Catholic Ireland online

By Sarah Mac Donald – 12 April, 2015

Forty representatives from around the world include Austrian couple excommunicated for holding private Masses without a priest.

tony+flanneryNext week will see the largest gathering of international reform leaders in the Catholic Church attend a three-day conference in Limerick, the first such event ever hosted in Ireland.

The participative conference, which has been organised by censured Irish Redemptorist Fr Tony Flannery, also represents the first time such a large gathering of leaders of the Church Reform Movement have met in one location.

Reform Conference in Limerick

Fr. Tony Flannery hosts International Network of Church Reform Movements participative conference in Co. Limerick

An International Network of Church Reform Movements conference will take place next week, from Monday 13th April to Thursday 16th April, in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Limerick. Hosted by Fr. Tony Flannery, the participative conference will be the first time such a large gathering of leaders of the Church Reform Movement have met. It is also the first time such an event has been hosted in Ireland.

Celebration of the Lord’s Supper

This evening I attended the celebration of the Lord’s Supper in Glenstal Abbey.  One thing in particular draws me there on this particular evening — the singing of the Pange Lingua. That brings me back to my early days, and gives me a warm glow, and a sense of the endurance of the Gospel message.

Chanting the Gospel does nothing for me, I’m afraid;  I find it a distraction rather than a help, in listening to the reading.

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