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is rector of Zion, diocese of Dublin, and provincial and diocesan registrar.
After the Papal Visit: a new covenant between Church and State? Autumn 2018
is Church of Ireland chaplain & dean of residence at Trinity College Dublin.
Finding our place in the missio Dei in Chota Nagpur Autumn 2018
Andrew Campbell and Rob Clements
Andrew Campbell is rector of Skerry in the diocese of Connor, Rob Clements is rector of Kiltiernan, diocese of Dublin.
Perspectives on the Atonement: seeking an agreed way forward Autumn 2018
is Principal of the Church of Ireland Theological Institute and a Church of Ireland representative on the Anglican Consultative Council.
The Global Christian Forum: a fresh impetus in ecumenical endeavour Autumn 2018
is Young Adult Coordinator for Dublin and Glendalough diocese and Director of the Rubicon gathering.
Artistic Ecumenism in Action Autumn 2018
Brian Grogan SJ
is a Jesuit priest living in Dublin. His most recent publication is Finding God in a Leaf: The Mysticism of Laudato Si’ (Messenger)
Moments of Grace at the World Meeting of Families Autumn 2018
formerly an Archbishop of the Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, he is co- chairman of ARCIC III and was until recently the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
ARCIC churches ‘walking together’ in friendship and mutual respect Autumn 2018
is Professor of Historical Theology in the University of Nottingham. His The Rites and Wrongs of Liturgy offers a theological basis for evaluating what we do when gathered for worship.
Liturgica: We stand to pray Autumn 2018
is rector of Kinsale, diocese of Cork, and was formerly Assistant Chaplain-General to HM Forces. He is Chaplain to the Royal British Legion, Republic of Ireland District.
A God of Love, not of Power: the passion of ‘Woodbine Willie’ Autumn 2018
is rector of Glenavy, diocese of Connor.
Peter Martyr Vermigli, the quiet outsider (1499 - 1562) Autumn 2018