Solidarity in Mission
Join three missionaries to explore the changing face of mission today.
Thursday, October 22nd at 7.30 pm
Martina O’ Donoghue
Originally from Barraduff Co Kerry. Martina has worked for Trócaire and its sister agencies CRS, CAFOD, SCIAF for almost 20 years. She has worked in Angola, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Uganda and returned to Ireland in 2020. Currently, she is the Global Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Advisor for Trócaire.
Fr Peter Hughes
Originally from Co Mayo, he is now the Coordinator of Huuman rights and territorial rights for REPAM, a Catholic Church network that promotes the lives and dignity of people living in the Amazon.
Eddie lives in Aghadoe outside Killarney. He is founder of the Kenya Education Project. The project is based in the village of EmbulBul, 25kms south of Nairobi, Kenya. It raises funds for families that cannot afford school fees; supports a village feeding programme and assists students to access further education.
Mary Fagan is hosting the conversation.
Every year during the month of October the church celebrates World Mission Sunday. This Day is a day set aside by the Catholic Church throughout the world to publicly renew its commitment to the missionary movement. It is celebrated on the penultimate (next-to-last) Sunday of October every year (October 18 , 2020; October 24, 2021). It was created by Pope Pius XI in 1926 as the day of prayer for missions and is closely related to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith.
Along with World Mission Sunday every year the Diocese of Kerry celebrates mission during the month of October by holding various events and activities to further the cause and promote awareness of Mission throughout the Diocese. For more information and resources for mission month click https://www.wmi.ie/mission-month-pack
To register for this years Diocese of Kerry’s Mission Month event ‘Solidarity in Mission– Exploring the changing face of Mission today’ Zoom Webinar please click