Christian Life Community in the Metro New York area is delighted to host an online Lenten morning of reflection with renowned author Dr. Austen Ivereigh who will speak on “The People of God inside the Tent of Meeting: Pope Francis’ Vision for a Synodal Church.”
The morning features a talk by Dr. Austen Ivereigh with time to unpack and reflect on his words through personal prayer, Q&A, and small group breakout sessions. Sunday Liturgy will be held virtually at 11:30 am. Our celebrant is Fr. Dan Fitzpatrick, S.J.
All are Welcome!
A donation of $10 is much appreciated to offset our costs as well as to provide for future events.
Biography: DR AUSTEN IVEREIGH is a British writer, journalist, and Fellow in Contemporary Church History at the Jesuit-run Campion Hall, University of Oxford. He is author of two biographies of Pope Francis: The Great Reformer. Francis and the making of a radical pope (2014) and Wounded Shepherd. Pope Francis and his struggle to convert the Catholic Church (2019). During the coronavirus lockdown at Easter 2020, he interviewed Francis for the English-speaking Catholic media on the meaning of the crisis. This led to a book with the Pope on his vision for a post-Covid world. Let Us Dream: The Path to a Better Future. In Conversation with Austen Ivereigh was published by Simon & Schuster in December 2020 in English and Spanish, and later by publishers across the world in various languages. Austen lives near Hereford close to the Welsh border with his wife Linda on a small farm which features in his regular column in The Tablet on ecological regeneration, ‘Wild Faith’. As well as The Tablet, he writes often for Commonweal and America magazine, and is a regular media commentator on Pope Francis.
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