US women religious meet; LCWR

“We’ve had enough of exhortations to be silent. Cry out with a thousand tongues. I see the world is rotten because of silence”
(Catherine of Siena)

In a few days time the leadership conference of women religious (LCWR)in the United States are having their annual gathering.
They are under enormous pressure from the Vatican. They have been ordered to accept the jurisdiction of Archbishop Sartain of Seattle, the man appointed by the Vatican for this purposes.

Final Event of my Irish Speaking Tour

The last scheduled talk of my twenty events around Ireland speaking about Church reform takes place in Belfast on Wednesday, August 6th in the theatre of the Conway Mill at 7.00pm. As with all my other talks, this one is open to everyone

Update on my situation with the Vatican and the Redemptorist authorities

Clarity and brevity can be rare enough commodities in theological writing. A new book, due out later in the year, by the Augustinian theologian, Gabriel Daly, is a great example of both, especially in the little section that deals with myself and my saga with the Vatican. This is what he says:

The case of Tony Flannery is fairly well known, owing to his courage in exposing the actions of his victimisers.

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