Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland
c/o Missionaries of Africa
Cypress Grove Road
In pursuit of living Gospel values with human and planetary flourishing, the Association of Leaders of Missionaries and Religious of Ireland (AMRI) represents and promotes active collaboration between Religious Institutes, Societies of Apostolic Life and Lay Missionary Organisations.
It seeks to respond to existing and emerging realities both in Ireland and overseas by supporting and energising the life and ministries of its members and of the wider church with a renewed sense of hope and relevance.
By sharing the message and meaning of the Gospel, AMRI seeks to develop and promote religious, apostolic and missionary life as a vibrant, prophetic, organic and integral feature of the life of the Church.
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AMRI AUTUMN CONFERENCE 2019
Cardinal Turkson with Sr Liz Murphy and Sr Eleanor Campion
Cardinal Turkson in conversation with Sr Kathleen McGarvey and Papal Nuncio Okolo
Sr Kathleen McGarvey OLA, President of AMRI
Fr Tom O'Connor, Sr Liz Murphy, Cardinal Turkson, Sr Kathleen McGarvey, Papal Nuncio Okolo
Listening intently at AMRI Autumn Conference
A Few Memories from our 2019 AGM
Book & CD Stall by ÉIST
Tim Norton SVD
Kevin Hyland - Trafficking
Sheila Curran & Tim Norton
Michael Kellegher CssR
AMRI Autumn Conference 2018
Finding Faith and Hope in Ireland Today?
Our Concern, Our Call, Our Challenge
L to R: David Begg, Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, Fergus O'Ferrall & Iseult Honohan, four of the authors of A Dialogue of Hope: Critical Thinking for Critical Times, pictured at the AMRI Autumn Conference on the 4th October 2018.
Bishop Des Nulty and Sr Liz Murphy conduct a Workshop on Gospel Leadership at the Autumn Conference at Emmaus, October 2018
AMRI is committed to and endorses the National Safeguarding Children Policy and Standards for the Catholic Church in Ireland 2018.