Statement from Bishop John Fleming The Placing Hope in Faith initiative (or the Synodal Pathway in Killala diocese) is about to take another important step forward. It will introduce a number of lay-organised and lay-led prayer and other initiatives this Advent and...
Please join us for our next open Lecture at The Newman Institute on Thursday, November 30th, 2023 at 8.00pm. Fr Gerry O'Hanlon, S.J., will be our guest lecturer and will address us on the topic: The Synodal Pathway . . . Signs of Hope Free Admission. Booking...
‘Understanding Grief and Loss - A Journey of Healing’ A Bereavement Course facilitated by Monica Morley, Director of the Knock Shrine Family Centre and Broadcaster is due to commence on Tuesday, November 7th at 8pm at the Newman Institute and will continue on...
The Newman Institute
The Newman Institute is a charitable organisation, working in conjunction with the Diocese of Killala, in the west of Ireland.
A core aim of The Newman Institute is to provide an opportunity for people to learn more about their faith through accredited and non-accredited faith formation courses.
It is hoped that The Newman Institute will be able to play its part in addressing the ongoing need for Adult Religious Education and Faith Formation in the Diocese of Killala and beyond.
Synodality - "this will happen or not at local level"
Learnings from the Synod on Synodality in Rome
Pray for the gift of peace for the Holy Land - Michael Kelly
"Stubborn inability to deal with abuse is stomach-churning" - Michael Kelly
Synod2023 ends in Rome ... a new stage begins
Making Decisions and Preparing for the Future Together - Kilmore Diocese
"I would be hoping that back home in the Church in Ireland we can do this ..." Bishop Alan McGuckian
"Everyone has to feel that this Synod is for them ..." Bishop Brendan Leahy
Synodal Sunday Reflection for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 29th October 2023