All Hallows College – Autumn Series of Public Talks 2013

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All Hallows College
AUTUMN SERIES OF PUBLIC TALKS

All Hallows Hall

VATICAN II – THE JOURNEY CONTINUES

TUESDAY EVENINGS IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER 2013,
7.30pm – 9.00pm

Each talk will be followed by a brief discussion with time for questions

Tuesday 15th October
The Inner Journey: The Universal Call to Holiness
Denis Robinson CSSp, PhD (Marino Institute of Education)

Tuesday 22nd October
The Promised Journey of Vatican II: A Vision for Hope and Joy
Suzanne Mulligan, PhD (St. Patrick’s College Maynooth)

Tuesday 5th November
An Unfinished Journey: The Role of the Laity in the Church
Bernadette Toal, PhD (Orlagh Retreat Team)

Tuesday 12th November
The Goal of the Journey: Life after Death
Brian Grogan, SJ, PhD (Author of Where To From Here?)
Room 4, Purcell House

All Hallows College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
Admission: €10 or €30 for the series
No pre-booking required
Website: www.allhallows.ie

Fifty years on from Vatican II (1962-1965) All Hallows continues to reflect on the impact of the ground-breaking movement initiated by the documents of this last universal gathering of the Roman Catholic Church.

What was the Second Vatican Council about? How is its vision being implemented? What more could be done? These four talks are the start of a third series  to commemorate the renewal of  the Church inaugurated by Pope John XIII and which continues under the the leadership of Pope Francis.

The first two series were held in Autumn 2012 and Spring 2013.

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