Published on April 1, 2022

For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission
The Synodal Pathway in the Diocese of Meath

Everyone is Invited!
To learn more about synodality click here

To view Diocese of Meath Synod 2022 VIDEO  click here

Diocese of Meath Synod Online Questionnarie 2022

A Synod has been called by Pope Francis in order to listen to the living voice of the entire People of God. Everyone has their own experience of following Christ, parents, parents with young families, grandparents, young people who are working, in school or college, those married or single. Whether you feel distant or close to what is happening in your parish, you are invited to join in discussion and prayer to discern where the Spirit is leading the Church.

This will be happening in every parish in the world. People from the 7 parishes in our area will meet in Kilbeggan Parish Centre, Harbour Road, Kilbeggan, N91 PPK1, for four nights. You are welcome to come on a night which suits you, but in an attempt to spread the attendance, we have this flexible structure.

Tuesday 8th March (8PM) – those involved in the liturgical life of the parishes: Readers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, choir members, organists, stewards/collectors, sacristans, etc

Tuesday 15th March (8PM) – those involved in the administration of parish life: parish staff, members of Parish Pastoral Councils, members of Parish Finance Committees, members of Baptism Teams, Safeguarding Representatives, counters, those involved in prayer and apostolic groups, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Legion of Mary, Pioneer Association, Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration, Teams of Our Lady, Meals-on-Wheels, etc

Tuesday 22nd March (8PM)- those involved in schools: pupils/students, teachers and school staff, members of parents’ associations, members of BOMs, those involved in youth organisations and sports groups, young people, and parents of children and teenagers.

29th March (8PM) – Mass of Thanksgiving