- Written by Synod
Full text: Synod co-ordinator highlights bishops’ concerns for gay Catholics, cohabiting couples and divorcees
- Written by Kathleen Bamber
A Church in crisis: the way forward...
Come and join us - 3rd National Conference Programme (36.69 kB)
some places still available!
Saturday 25 October 2014, 10.30-4.30
Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, Childwall, L16 9JD
Dr Oonagh O’Brien
The Joy of the Gospel - and onwards
Professor Mary Grey
Justice for Women – reclaiming theology as liberation
Fr Timothy Buckley CSsR
Remarriage and the Eucharist – after the Synod
What changes are needed for the shape of the Church to come?
Radio Merseyside Interview with Kathy Bamber - Go to 2Hrs 21 mins Listen Again >>>Discuss this article in the forums (2 replies).
- Written by Mary Jean Riordan
You will have read the disturbing news that the Archbishop of Edinburgh has banned Professor Tina Beattie, a distinguished theologian and valued member of ACTA, from speaking to the Edinburgh Newman Circle in any archdiocesan premises. This action is in line with a directive from the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and is said to be on the grounds that Professor Beattie “was known frequently to have called into question the church’s teaching”, an accusation which she strenuously denies. The ACTA Leadership Team has written to Archbishop Cushley in strong support of Professor Beattie, appealing urgently for a reversal of his decision.
Below are links to Christopher Lamb’s helpful article in the Tablet and links to three significant letters on the issue.