Come join us for an open dialogue in naming the challenges and creating strategies for empowering women in a discipleship of equals.
Maldron Airport Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
Room: Fitzmaurice 1
September 14, 2019
2:00pm – 4:00pm Free - donations gratefully accepted
About the Presenters:
Angela M. Hanley is a theologian and author with particular interest in issues of equality in the church, especially for women and the LGBT community. Her latest book is due for publication on 3rd October and is entitled: What happened to Fr. Sean Fagan? It is the story of an Irish theologian who was punished by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF). Angela Hanley is the author of Whose à la Carte Menu?: an Exploration of Catholic Themes in Context, Justified by Faith: an Irish Missionary Experience in Malawi, and co-editor (with Dr David Smith) of Quench not the Spirit, a book of essays to honour the late Fr Seán Fagan.
Bridget Mary Meehan is an ordained bishop with the Association of Roman Catholic Women priests (www.arcwp.org). She is the author of numerous books including: The Healing Power of Prayer, Praying with Visionary Women, and Praying With Celtic Holy Women. Bridget Mary Meehan is one of the founding members of Mary Mother of Jesus inclusive Catholic Community in Sarasota, Florida USA and the co-founder of People’s Catholic Seminary (pcseminary.org).
Mary Theresa Streck is an ordained priest with the Association of Roman Catholic Women priests. She currently serves as the lead program coordinator for new candidates to the priesthood. Mary Theresa Streck is one of the founding members of the Upper Room Inclusive Catholic Community in Albany, NY USA and the co-founder of People’s Catholic Seminary (pcseminary.org).
All are invited to join us for liturgy on September 15 at 10:00am at St. Andrew’s Community Center in Rialto, Dublin.