Wednesday, 12th December 2018
Croí Nua Spirituality Centre, Galway
Handing on Our Faith in the Home.
“To be a parent is to find oneself enrolled in an elite school of Love “
Facilitator: Kate Liffey
“The spirituality of family love is made up of thousands of small but real gestures….In that variety of gifts and encounters which deepen communion, God has his dwelling place. This mutual concern “brings together the human and the divine” for it is filled with the love of God.” (AL, 315)
Facing the challenge of handing on the faith is a challenge for parents but also for grandparents, they can play a very powerful role.
Grandparents, you can be part of this great adventure!
“To Love someone is to show to them their beauty, their worth and their importance”.
Kate Liffey is the national director for Catechetics and coordinator of the National Faith Development Team for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. She is the CPSMA’s representative on the NCCA’s Early Childhood and Primary Board and, from this engagement, has coordinated responses to the NCCA’s proposals on Education about Religions and Beliefs and Ethics, and on a redeveloped primary curriculum. She also coordinates the work of the Council for Catechetics working groups on post-primary Religious Education, youth and young adult ministry and a working group on the catechetical implications of Laudato Si’.
Date: Saturday March 24th
Time: 10-4.30 p.m.
Further Information if required: Croi Nua, Rosary Lane, Taylor’s Hill, Galway.
Phone: (091) 520960 or mobile 087 2980564