Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon, member of the Irish Synodal Pathway task group, explains the two Synodal processes currently taking places across Ireland. The Universal Synod and the Irish Synod.

Fr Eamonn also explains that “This process is not meant to be a burden on anyone. It is not meant to draw energy from the work going on in each parish as people attend the urgent needs of their own community”

Dr Jessie Rogers, Dean of the Faculty of Theology in St. Patrick’s College Maynooth, is a member of the Irish Synodal Pathway steering group.

Dr. Jessie explains how our Synodal journey is grounded in Scripture and Spirituality.

Sr Nathalie Becquart is the Under-Secretary to the General Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops in Rome.

Sr Nathalie explains that the Synodal pathway is more than just an event, it’s a way of being Church! 

Fr. Timothy Radcliffe O.P. talks to us about the meaning of listening and much more