Live 95FM - Community and sense of belonging discussed at first Limerick synod in 80 years Friday 8 April 2016
- April 7, 2016
Themes such as 'Community and Sense of Belonging' and 'Pastoral Care of the Family' are being discussed at the first Diocesan Synod in Limerick in 80 years.
- April 9, 2016
Today sees the conclusion of the Diocesan Synod at Mary I, with the focus on the future and where the outcomes will bring the Limerick Diocese.
Alan Owens - April 6, 2016
THE Synod taking place in Limerick this weekend will produce a “programme for government” for the Diocese for years to come, the Bishop has said.
- April 8, 2016
Mayor Jerry O'Dea, Mayor of Limerick metropolitan addresses the delegates and offers his good wishes
Susan Gately - April 9, 2016
Synod proposals carry weight and are "the voice of God for us for this moment of time" says Bishop Brendan Leahy.
Jimmy Woulfe, Mid-West Correspondent - April 9, 2016
Mental health and related issues such as suicide and depression were the biggest issue raised by secondary school students in Limerick in the first opinion poll of its kind ever carried out in this country.
Why is Limerick holding
a Diocesan Synod?
A Question of Faith travelled to Limerick to hear about the Diocesan Synod that will be held in Limerick in April 2016.
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