The 2020 Retreat and Conference Guide is now available at the AMRI Office. A copy has been sent to all Leadership offices. Additional copies may be purchased at €5.00 per copy plus postage.
Payment by cheque payable to AMRI or by bank transfer as follows:
Bank: AIB Bank, 52 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4
Account Name: AMRI Account Number: 28844025 Sort Code: 93/10/63
IBAN: IE52 AIBK 9310 6328 8440 25 SWIFT/BIC: AIBKIE2D
For bank transfers please include: 2020 Retreat and Conference Guide as the reference on your payment.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01-5310055
This conference has been deferred due to COVID-19 pandemic
Save the Date: 25 April 2020
Theme: The Heart of the Mission of Communication
Key Note: Speakers:
Patricia Morgante, UISG
Roger Childs, RTE
Venue: Emmaus, Swords,
The Postgraduate Diploma in Christian Communications & Media Practice is offered by Kairos in conjunction with St Patrick's College Maynooth.
For more information please see below:
An Tairseach, established by the Dominican Sisters, is an ecological, educational & retreat centre.
Please see link to their website for more information on their retreats and courses.
Ballyvaloo Retreat and Conference centre, run by The Sisters of St John of God, is magnificently situated overlooking the Irish Sea.
Please see the link to events that are taking place there.
The Priory Institute
Study Theology Online
Maryvale lies at the centre of the ancient settlement of Oscott, about five miles from Birmingham City Centre. With its charming buildings, in which Christian values and prayer are almost tangible, its long and interesting history and peaceful grounds, Maryvale is spiritual ‘home’ to many.
It has been the aim of the Maryvale Institute from its inception to provide opportunities for lay people, clergy and religious to achieve a deeper understanding of the faith and to appreciate more clearly its joyful message for the lives of individuals and communities. Maryvale stands within the Catholic theological tradition, whose riches it seeks to explore, and draws from that tradition an insistence, not only on the foundational importance of faith for theological reasoning, but also on the place of reason in the response of faith. In pursuance of this the Institute provides opportunities for Catholic formation and education through courses across a wide range of subjects and levels.