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There is a broad range of opinion found both within and between our member churches. These opinions give life to our discussions. This blog is an opportunity to showcase the range and tapestry of thinking that we experience when we come together. Views are the authors own and do not necessarily represent the views of the Council or the Member Church.

Do the Churches have a place in a Post–Catholic Ireland?

By Dr Gladys Ganiel

Date06.04.17
CategoryOpinion
Dr Gladys Ganiel addresses the 94th Annual Meeting of the Irish Council of Churches.

© Dr Damian Jackson
Dr Gladys Ganiel addresses the 94th Annual Meeting of the Irish Council of Churches.

© Dr Damian Jackson

At the 94th Annual Meeting of the Irish Council of Churches Dr Gladys Ganiel, Research Fellow at the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, delivered the keynote address, entitled ‘Do the Churches have a Place in a Post–Catholic Ireland? The Sociological Reasons for Hope’. 

The full text of Dr Ganiel’s presentation can be found on her blog, by clicking here