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Four Local Voices
Introduction to a Variety of Topics Relevant to today
Four Monday Nights in February 8.00 to 9.00 p.m.
Venue: Scala / Castlemahon, Blackrock
(Scala Signpost at entrance - Opposite Blackrock Castle gates)
Douglas Road, Cork
Topic Creation, evolution, and ecology
Prof. William Reville
Prof. Reville is Public Awareness of Science Officer and a Professor in the Biochemistry Dept. of UCC.
He writes the weekly ‘Science Now’ column in The Irish Times
Social Capital Justice, the Budget, Social Capital. An Invitation to live the Gospel in Ireland 2012.
Before coming to Cork in 2004 Carol worked in community development and in social justice awareness, with particular emphasis on the spirituality of justice. She is now engaged in one-to-one Spiritual Accompaniment, in writing and with the Cork and Ross Diocesan programme for welcoming newcomers into the Catholic Church
Church of Ireland - Methodist Covenant, in the context of current ecumenical efforts.
Dean Nigel Dunne
Dean Nigel Dunne is currently Dean of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral Cork. He is a member (and former secretary) of the Church of Ireland - Methodist Church in Ireland Covenant Council. Key issues in their current dialogue are Ecclesiology and Interchangeability.
Dr. Anne Francis
Anne Francis works in adult faith development in the diocese of Cork and Ross
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