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Event Information:

  • Sun
    12
    May
    2019
    Sun
    19
    May
    2019

    Preached Retreat led by Fr Eamonn Mulcahy CSSP

    The Kairos Centre

    New Wine in New Wineskins: Krisis or Kairos?
    - The Challenges of Being A Religious in the 21st century under the Leadership of Pope Francis

    In January 2017, Rome’s Congregation for Religious published a new Document entitled New Wine in New Wineskins - The Consecrated Life and its ongoing Challenges since Vatican II - we will unpack and develop further several issues form this document during this retreat.

    Pope Francis offers us his own pastoral style and leadership. We will explore in some depth the “Francis Effect”  It would be an understatement to say that the Catholic Church is going through a crisis at the moment. But is this point of time also a Kairos moment of grace for us?

    Fr. Eamonn Mulcahy is a Spiritan or Holy Ghost Father Missionary originally from Manchester. A priest since 1980, he has extensive missionary experience, working with young adults, teaching theology and giving retreats. From 2006-2013 Fr. Eamonn lectured in Systematic Theology at Tangaza University College, Nairobi, Kenya and at the same time was heavily involved in education projects in the infamous slum of Kibera in that same city. Back in Manchester as Parish Priest in the inner city since 2013, he was recently appointed Episcopal Vicar for Religious in his home diocese of Salford. Since September of last year Fr. Eamonn gives weekly lectures at Oscott College, the Inter-Diocesan Seminary near Birmingham.