Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

Posted on 03. Oct, 2013, in Church TeachingsNo Comments

In this short piece, His Grace Archbishop Diarmuid Martin talks with Conor Deane after the Mass for Charismatic Renewal in the Pro-Cathedral and supportively touches on Pope Francis outlook for the Church.

Archbishop Martin was appointed Co-Adjutor to Cardinal Connell on 3 May 2003, and was installed as such on 30 August of that year. On 26 April 2004, following the acceptance of Cardinal Connell’s resignation by Pope John Paul II, Martin automatically succeeded him as Archbishop of Dublin.
Following Summorum Pontificum, the decree of Pope Benedict XVI liberalising the use of the Latin Mass, which took effect on 14 September 2007, Martin duly established a Latin Mass Chaplaincy in the Dublin City area.

In this interview His Grace discusses the need for humility in each person as a vital disposition for the church to be able to grow.

In “So I am here with His…”

Out “…thank you.”

 

*Note to Broadcasters this is a short 3:32 piece.

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