A Conference Marking the Fifth Centenary of Martin Luther's Reformation
7 October 2017, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
Further details and full brochure, click here
For registration and general information contact:
Ms. Eileen Daly
Telephone: +353 85 7245 555
The photo above is the Market Square in Wittenberg,
with the parish church and the town hall.
Please register early as places are limited. Registration will close on October 1st, 2017
Fr Alejandro Moral Antón OSA
Fr John Hennebry OSA
Prof. Carlos Eire
Luther’s Redefinition of the Sacred?
Prof. Marion Lyons
Ciuius regio, eius religio:
Ireland’s Magisterial Reformation in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Dr. Colmán Ó Clabaigh OSB
From Reform to Reformation:
The Augustinian Friars in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Ireland
Dr. Kieran J. O’Mahony OSA
What did it mean? And what became of it?
Archbishop Michael Jackson
Is the Reformation still to happen?
Bishop Brendán Leahy
From Conflict to Dialogue
Dr. Jim Puglisi
“I think that Martin Luther’s intentions were not mistaken” (Pope Francis)
50 Years of Dialogue and Three Pillars: Church, Ministry, Eucharist