New Title In The Braemor Studies Series Looks At Social Justice

Bramor Launch


The Very Revd Kenny Hall, Dean of Clogher; the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin; the Revd Rob Clements, author; Symon Hill, who launched the booklet; the Revd Paddy McGlinchey, Lecturer in Missiology at CITI, the Right Revd John McDowell, Bishop of Clogher; and Dr Susan Hood, Church of Ireland Publications Officer.


The fourth title in the Braemor Studies Series was launched last night (Tuesday 18 November) in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute. Occupy Faith: The Movement of Movements and its Implications for Christian Practice by the Revd Rob Clements was launched by UK journalist and activist, Symon Hill.

The Braemor Studies Series features a selection of dissertations by Masters (MTh) students of CITI. The titles are published by Church of Ireland Publishing and edited by Church of Ireland Publications Officer, Susan Hood.

Occupy Faith: The Movement of Movements and its Implications for Christian Practice looks at the Occupy Movement which gained much attention as a result of its protest and subsequent eviction from its camp at St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

Occupy became a broad social movement which was known as the ‘movement of movements’ and the relationship between social movements such as Occupy and the Church; …read more

Read the full article here: http://ireland.anglican.org/index.php?do=news&newsid=5429


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