Liverpool priest Fr Chris Thomas and Sr Moira Meeghan, a Sister of St Mary of Namur, are members of the Liverpool Archdiocesan Tutor Group providing initial training and in service for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.
Ministry and Practice
Fr Chris Thomas is a priest of the Archdiocese of Liverpool and the Director of its lrenaeus Project – named after the second century bishop who said the ‘glory of God is a person fully alive’.
The project aims to help people have opportunities to pray, to explore the Scriptures, to reflect on what it means to be human and alive and to know the truth that God is with us. Chris has spoken all over England and Ireland as well as in mainland Europe and is the author of six books on spirituality.
Sr Moira Meeghan is a Sister of St Mary of Namur who grew up in St Helens and followed a career in teaching, culminating in the headship of a joint Catholic and Church of England primary school primary school in Liverpool.
After a period of further study in pastoral theology and spiritual accompaniment Moira joined the Irenaeus Project in 2015.
Both are members of the Archdiocesan Tutor Group providing initial training and in service for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.