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Praxis is a collaborative and relational network of individuals, communities, and churches driven by the desire to see God’s kingdom come as we reimagine mission for ordinary people.

Praxis is a collaborative and relational network of individuals, communities and churches driven by the desire to see Gods kingdom come as we reimagine mission for ordinary people.

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Welcoming the Stranger – June 20 Refugee Day

June 17th, 2022|

On June 14th, we hosted a conversation around the area of refugees and those who are new to Ireland and the church can be a welcoming, befriending, and missional voice.

Abigail Sines from Christ Church Cathedral shared some of her experiences and stories with us. We had a great discussion about the complexity of the situation, the broken system, the racism, the resources, the opportunities and more. Below are some of the links which were mentioned:

Refugee Week Dublin events

Links for Refugee Week

Links


We hope to continue this conversation and will see what the need and interest is after the summer. Email Anne here if you’d like to be involved or kept up to date. 

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All the Way There and Back

By |October 18th, 2021|

Esmeralda Santiago recalls a childhood memory in “When I was Puerto Rican”: Sunday morning before breakfast Abuela handed me my piqué dress, washed and ironed. “We’re going to Mass,” she said, pulling out a small white mantilla, which I was ... [Continue Reading]

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From Our Blog

All the Way There and Back

By |October 18th, 2021|

Esmeralda Santiago recalls a childhood memory in “When I was Puerto Rican”: Sunday morning before breakfast Abuela handed me my piqué dress, washed and ironed. “We’re going to Mass,” she said, pulling out a small white mantilla, which I was ... [Continue Reading]

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