Talk in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, on Wednesday March 27th at 7.30pm

Can religious belief as we have known it survive in modern Ireland? 

As many will know, I have been silenced by the Catholic Church but that isn’t to say, I haven’t been contemplating how best to address the falling attendances at Mass, the falling away in general from the Catholic faith.

I’ve decided to break my silence on these matters and will give a public talk in Galway city during Holy Week.

a good reflection on the Referendum

Written by a Redemptorist colleague, Raphael Gallagher.

The Constitution of Ireland (1937) was enacted by the people of Ireland in the sense of giving us a law that we ourselves framed. It is our Constitution and only the people can change it. In the light of the noticeable changes in Irish society we arebeing asked to consider amendments in two sections of the Constitution.

                                          The Family.


Sometime in Autumn last I was invited to give a talk at a venue in Galway. The date, time and place were arranged, and early in the new year the following notice was displayed in the website of the organisers. 

Fr. Tony Flannery.

Reconciling our Religious Upbringing with our current understandings of  Creation, Interpreting Scripture, and the Divine Presence. February 17th

I was looking forward to the event, Galway being my native county, and I had also been very involved in starting up the Galway Novena, and had worked on it for many years.

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