WALKING TOGETHER AS FAMILIES TODAY - International Symposium in preparation for the WMOF - St Patrick's College, Maynooth, 19-20 June 2018

WALKING TOGETHER AS FAMILIES TODAY - 
International Symposium in preparation for the WMOF - St Patrick's College, Maynooth, 19-20 June 2018

WALKING TOGETHER AS FAMILIES TODAY

An International Symposium in preparation for the World Meeting of Families, 2018

St Patrick's College, Maynooth, County Kildare 19-20 June 2018

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Registration fee: €15 (includes lunch & teas/coffees)

Tickets available through Eventbrite www.eventbrite.ie (search under "Walking Together as Families Today") For further enquiries contact Aoife at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Accommodation may be booked separately by visiting Maynooth Campus Conference & Accommodation www.maynoothcampus.com

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Julie Hanlon Rubio Professor of Christian Ethics, Saint Louis University, USA Theology of the Family Today: Legacy and Promise

Martin M. Lintner Professor of Theological Ethics, Philosophisch Theologische Hochschule Brixen Vision and Vocation of the Family in Amoris Laetitia

PROGRAMME

Tuesday 19 June

6.30pm Registration

7.00pm Keynote Address (Renehan Hall) Theology of the Family Today: Legacy and Promise – Julie Hanlon Rubio

8.15pm Reception (Pugin Hall)

Wednesday 20 June

9.00am Coffee (Pugin Hall)

9.30am Morning Prayer & Reflection led by Jessie Rogers, SPCM (St Mary's Oratory)

10.00am Responses to Prof. Rubio's keynote address (Renehan Hall) – Suzanne Mulligan & Salvador Ryan (SPCM) Discussion facilitated by Anne Codd

11.00am Coffee (Pugin Hall)

11.45am Workshops* (Renehan Hall & Loftus Halls)

*these workshops are repeated in the afternoon

(a) Living the Gospel of the Family – Bairbre Cahill, writer and facilitator

(b) Conscience and Moral Discernment in Amoris Laetitia – Martin M. Lintner

(c) Real Families, Real Issues, Real Responses – Mary Johnston, ACCORD

(d) Families: a Global Perspective – Colm Hogan, Trócaire

1.00pm Lunch (Pugin Hall) Family Wall & Posters may be viewed at this time

2.15pm Keynote Address (Renehan Hall) Vision and Vocation of the Family in Amoris Laetitia – Martin M. Lintner Discussion facilitated by Anne Codd

3.30pm Coffee (Pugin Hall) Family Wall & Posters may be viewed at this time

4.00pm Workshops – repeated

5.15pm Plenary Session facilitated by Anne Codd

5.45pm Evening Prayer (St Mary's Oratory) – led by the National Centre for Liturgy

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