In Light of the Word: Celebrating Family in the Judeo-Christian Tradition.
10:00 - 11:00 Major Panel 1 In Light of the Word: Celebrating Family in the Judeo-Christian Tradition.
(Hall 8C) – EN 🎧 ES, IT, FR
Moderator: H.E. Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna, Austria.
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• The Most Reverend Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glendalough, Primate of Ireland and Metropolitan. Text available for download - Click here.
• Archpriest Mikhail Nasonov, Rector of the Russian Orthodox Patriarchal Monastery of the Church of Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Dublin. Text available for download - Click here.
• Rabbi Zalman S. Lent, Chief Rabbi, Dublin Hebrew Congregation & Chabad-Lubavitch of Ireland
The Bible “is full of families, births, love stories and family crisis” (AL, 8). Hence, the Word of God “is not a series of abstract ideas but rather a source of comfort and companionship for every family that experiences difficulties or suffering” (AL, 22). This panel discussion celebrates the joy and hope of family life as reflected in the Judeo-Christian tradition, particularly as set out in Chapter 1 of Amoris Laetitia.
H.E. Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna, Austria
Dr. Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, OP, is Archbishop of Vienna. He was born in Born January 1945 in Skalken, Bohemia. His family fled to Austria in 1945. In 1963 he joined the Dominican Order. He studied philosophy, psychology and theology in Walberberg, Regensburg, Vienna and Paris. He was ordained priest 1970 in Vienna, obtained a doctorate 1974 in Paris and from 1973-1975 he was a student chaplain in Graz. From 1975-1991 he was professor of Dogmatic Theology in Fribourg, Switzerland. From 1980 to 1985 he was a member of the International Theological Commission, and from 1987 - 1992 editing secretary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. He was ordained auxiliary bishop of Vienna in 1991. Since September 14, 1995 he has been Archbishop of Vienna, and on February 21, 1998 he was created Cardinal. Since June 30, 1998 he has been President of the Austrian Bishops’ Conference.
The Most Reverend Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glendalough, Primate of Ireland and Metropolitan
The Most Revd Dr Michael Geoffrey St Aubyn Jackson, has been Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin, Bishop of Glendalough and Primate of Ireland since 2011. Ordained deacon in 1986 and priest in 1987, his first appointment was as a curate at Zion Parish, Dublin. He has also lectured at Trinity College, Dublin and the Church of Ireland Theological College (now Institute). He was College Chaplain at Christ Church, Oxford, from 1989 to 1997. He returned to Ireland and served as the Incumbent of St Fin Barre's Union and Dean of Cork, from 1997 to 2002. He was elected Bishop of Clogher in November 2001 and consecrated at St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh on 6 March 2002. On 2 February 2011, he was elected Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glendalough. Archbishop Jackson plays an active role in the wider Anglican Communion, especially in ecumenism and inter-faith dialogue. He is Co-chairman of the Anglican-Lutheran Porvoo Communion.
Archpriest Mikhail Nasonov, Rector of the Russian Orthodox Patriarchal Monastery of the Church of Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Dublin
Very Rev. Fr. Mikhail Nasonov, was born in 1973. Studied in St. Petersburg and Paris. He was appointed as a lecturer in Kostroma Orthodox Seminary (Russia) in 1999. Ordained priest in 2003. In 2008-2011 he was teaching Patristic in Saint Tikhon university in Moscow. Since 2011 Fr Mikhail Nasonov is a rector of St Peter St Paul Orthodox Church in Dublin
Rabbi Zalman S. Lent, Chief Rabbi Dublin Hebrew Congregation and Chabad-Lubavitch of Ireland
Rabbi Zalman Lent was born and educated in Manchester, with further studies in Rabbinical Colleges in Montreal, Melbourne and New York. He relocated with his family to Dublin in the summer of 2000, and was installed as Rabbi of the Dublin Hebrew Congregation in 2010. He also teaches in Stratford National School and Stratford College, Dublin’s only Jewish schools, and represents the Chabad-Lubavitch outreach movement in Ireland.