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Thursday Evening 1st July 2010


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Dr. Lavinia Byrne


Dr. Byrne taught Spirituality at Heythrop College in the University of London. 


Following 6 years working at the then named "Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland" she became tutor in
Westcott House, Cambridge.  


She was a nun for 35 years but left her community after writing a book entitled "Women at the Altar". 


She has written many books, the latest published by SPCK is titled "Original Prayer".    


She broadcast with the BBC's Radio 4's Today programme for many years, and continues to be used by them as a
commentator on Roman Catholic affairs.





The internet has changed our world in myriad ways.


Communication, trade, knowledge, human relationships and crime have all been affected.


Does this sea change in our lifestyles affect the way we do theology – or demand a new theological response?


Lavinia will take an interactive approach to exploring these and other questions… 






St. Finbarr’s College,





Labelled – (Top Map): ‘St Finbar’s Diocesan Seminary’


Easy to miss Entrance; Red-brick pillars leading to tree-lined drive.




Registration fee €15, Paid-up Members €10


19.00           Registration

19.30           Dr. Byrne’s Talk,  

                   Group Discussions

                   & Questions

21.00           Picnic

                   Coffee, tea, soft drinks supplied.

                        You are invited to bring something for a snack
                   and to share both food and ideas.

21.30           Departures (Time; approx)




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