Dublin, Ireland, Jun 30, 2021 / 13:00 pm
Dublin’s new Catholic archbishop has launched a three-week consultation on the future of the archdiocese.
Archbishop Dermot Farrell said in a video released on June 25 that he wanted to hear from “all Catholics and people of goodwill” in the archdiocese that includes Ireland’s capital city and surrounding areas.
In the video, produced by iCatholic, Farrell explained that he had established a task force known as “Building Hope” to engage in “a process of listening.”
“As your archbishop, I know that the Holy Spirit is at work sowing seeds of hope in you every day. I want to hear from you,” he said.