Irish Institute for Catholic Studies Spring Lecture Series 2016
February 17, 2016
Reflecting on the Role of Women in the Church
Sr. Elizabeth Maxwell is a Carlovian by birth and was educated at both primary and secondary levels by Presentation Sisters. Her third level education was undertaken at UCD and Loyola University, Chicago. Sr. Maxwell taught in Presentation Schools in Carlow, Portlaoise, Bagenalstown, and was Principal in Scoil Iosa, Kilcock, Our Lady’s College, Drogheda and St Joseph’s College, Lucan. She was also a founding member of the Association of Catholic Secondary Schools (AMCSS) in 1988.
Sr. Maxwell was appointed to the Provincial Leadership Team of the Northern Province of Presentation Sisters, 1992 – 1998. She has served as Secretary General of the Conference of Religious of Ireland (CORI) 1998-2003 and served 2 terms as Provincial of the Northern Province from 2003 until 2014. She is a founder member of schools’ trust CEIST (Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust) in 2007 and is currently a member of the Catholic Education Service Committee (CESC).
Date: Thursday, February 18th
Time: 7 p.m.
Venue: Mary Immaculate College (T1.18)
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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