Papal Nuncio attends Synodal Pathway event

Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo and Archbishop Eamon Martin with clergy and members of the Synodal Pathway Steering group for Dromore.

An event took place on Wednesday 18th May at Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre as part of the synodal pathway process for Dromore.

The Papal nuncio, His Excellency Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo, was in attendance along with Archbishop Eamon Martin. In his remarks, Archbishop Okolo echoed the words that Pope Francis said to him at the end of his visit to Ireland: ‘There is faith here.’ He thanked everyone who contributed to the synodal pathway in Dromore. Archbishop Okolo has been in Ireland for five years. He is Nigerian, and he was the first African nuncio to Ireland. He will leave Ireland soon for a new assignment in the Czech Republic. We wish him every blessing for his new role.

Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo and Miss Agatha Larkin with two young volunteers.
L-R: Archbishop Eamon Martin, Mary Patricia Maguire, Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo - Papal nuncio to Ireland.