Empowering God's People in Synodality and Mission

Start Date:
Sunday, February 5, 2023
End Date:
Friday, February 10, 2023
The Maryknoll Sisters Center
Rogers Building
10 Pinesbridge Road
Ossining, NY 10562

On Oct. 10, 2021, Pope Francis formally opened a two-year process called “a synod on synodality.” The intention is that bishops around the world will consult with everyone, initiating a process of consultation-and-discussion, in the hope of creating together a Church that will be more “synodal” in its leadership and governance.

The concept of empowering God’s people is the key to mission, within which we develop and foster an understanding of synodality that involves everyone, embracing not merely people in their desire for a more communal church, but also all other beings with whom we share the web of life. The missionary calling in the 21st century is about a synodal communal process inclusive of all God's creation.

mi presenter photo 23.pngResource Person: Award Winning Author and Presenter Diarmuid O’Murchu, will be traveling to the States for his last time. The Mission Institute is pleased to announce his program in Feb 2023.

Diarmuid will also be receiving the Maryknoll Mission Institute Award for his stimulating contributions and insights during the many years of presenting at the Maryknoll Mission Institute. (1998-2023).

Come join in the Celebration and his final in person Mission Institute program!


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