Thursday, Sept 11, 7.30pm-9.00pm
With Michael Heffernan cfc., M.A., M.Sc., I.A.H.I.P.
Many people are confused by apparent conflicts between faith and science such as the stories of Creation in the Old Testament and the Big Bang as described by science. Informed reflection on such matters leads us to a more mature faith and a greater appreciation of the wonders of God as revealed in creation. After a brief summary of Session One the topic will be further developed.
Cost: €10 Booking essential
Michael Heffernan cfc., holds Post-Graduate Degrees in Mathematical Physics from UCG and Christian Adult Education from Regis University, Denver. He studied at U.C.D. and The Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley. He also trained as a psychotherapist and lectures on the Theories and Practice of Counselling in the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. He is currently engaged in research with a view to publication of the interrelatedness of spirituality and psychology and that between faith and science.