CTF is a broad-based gathering of people exploring Christian Theology and how it applies today
Migration is older than the Bible. Our experience of migration in Ireland has gone from emigration to immigration. How have we in our public policies and public attitudes responded to this change in migration? How can we reflect theologically on the crisis of migration today?
CORK THEOLOGY FORUM
present a morning of reflection
Saturday 22nd October 2016
Migration in the Bible: Fr John Newman
Response to Refugees: Fiona Hurley BCL LLM
John Newman, P P, Glanmire Parish has a degree in Scripture and has spoken widely on Biblical topics in Cork.
Fiona Hurley is Senior Legal Officer with Nasc.
Nasc (Irish for Link), established in Cork in the year 2000, works to link migrants and ethnic minorities to their rights through protecting human rights, promoting integration and campaigning for change. Fiona has a particular interest in International Law and in the protection of minority rights.
Sacred Heart Hall,
Saturday 22nd, October 2016
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CTF Committee '16 -'19
Mary Coakley , Anne Francis, Geraldine Gracie, Derek Johnston,
Aidán O'Sé, Tom Riordan, Deirdre Tuohy, Gerry Tuohy.