The background History to the Tine NetworkBackground History
In 2003, a number of Catholic leaders gathered in the Cuisle Centre, Roscommon, to explore together what was happening in the area of Catholic evangelisation here in Ireland, and what needs to develop to assist the New Evangelisation. Over a series of further weekends the vision of the Tine network was established with a mission statement, statement of values and aims. The Tine Network has developed as a response to meet a growing need here in Ireland, to support and resource the wide spectrum of leaders, involved in the New Evangelisation.
This New Evangelisation, called for by our Holy Father, John Paul II, challenges the growing secularisation of our island.
In January 2005, over 140 Catholic leaders from all over Ireland, gathered at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, Co. Westmeath for a conference on Evangelisation. The keynote speakers were Archbishop Sean Brady, Primate of All Ireland, and Mr. Bruce Clewett. Bishop Drennan, auxiliary Bishop for Dublin, also attended the conference.
In the following January, the Hodson Bay Hotel provided the venue for our second conference, at which the keynote speakers were the Papal Nuncio for Ireland, Archbishop Lazzarotti, and Mr Karl Renner from Germany.
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