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Great Success for Book Launch in Ireland

2016-10-19 15:28

On Friday 30th September Veritas book shop in Cork played host to a book signing for the recently published How to Survive Working in a Catholic Parish, written by Fr Bernard Cotter and Diana Klein. The book signing proved popular with author Fr Bernard signing copies for the likes of Editor of the Irish Catholic, Michael Kelly and Bishop John Buckley of Cork and Ross.

The book signing was later followed by the official book launch in department store, Brown Thomas. Matt Murphy, Director of Sherkin Island Marine Centre commenced the launch with a speech praising the authors for their “wonderful collaboration”. Irish novelist, Alice Taylor later also gave a speech.


Michael Kelly, Editor Irish Catholic, Fr Bernard Cotter and Vicky Leng, Manager of the Veritas Bookshop, Cork.


Bishop John Buckley, Bishop of Cork and Ross (centre) with Fr Bernard Cotter (right) and Michael Kelly, Editor, Irish Catholic

How to Survive Working in a Catholic Parish is a practical and user-friendly guide to surviving (and thriving) in a Catholic parish. If you do voluntary work in a parish, if you are a priest, a seminarian or a parish employee - or if you are thinking about working in a parish - this book will help you understand how Catholic parishes work, how parish life is organised and what it's like to work in them.

Click here to read a sample chapter.

Click here to buy to the book.

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