The Legacy of Irish Missionaries Lives on 2016
A miscellany of views and perspectives by people who have experienced the work of Irish missionaries, this book reflects on the Irish missionary movement.
- Paperback | 200 pages
- 180 x 210mm
- 19 Oct 2016
- On Stream Publications Ltd
- Cork, Ireland
- Colour photographs
Table of contents
Foreword by Mary RobinsonIntroduction 1. The Legacy of Irish Missionaries in the Global South 2. The Dedication of Irish Missionaries 3. Recognition of the Work of Irish Missionaries 4. How Members of Irish Congregations in the Southsee the Past and the Future 525. The Influence on Ireland's Overseas Aid Programme6. The Role of Faith in International Development 7. Advocacy Work by Religious at the United Nations8. Local Missionaries and Religious Step into Irish Shoes9. Irish Missionaries Founded Local Congregations10. Community Structures to Plan for their Succession11. The Contribution to Mission by Lay People and Volunteers 12. Parish Twinning as a New Bridge betweenIreland and the Global South13. Missionary Development is Integral to Ireland's Aid ProgrammeAcronyms and Glossary of Terms
After a career in business and marketing,Matt Moran managed the MSC MissionSupport Centre in Cork for ten years. Heserved two terms on the board of MiseanCara and was chairman for four years. He is aFellow of the Marketing Institute of Ireland,and a Fellow of the Institute of Direct &Digital Marketing in the UK.