Spirituality Writer, Brandan Robertson, in Cork

Brandan Robertson, a noted evangelical thought-leader, humanitarian, and commentator, who works at the intersections of spirituality, sexuality, and social renewal, visited Cork on 16th and 17th June as part of his UK and Ireland tour.

Changing Attitude Ireland hosted an event in Saint Anne’s Church, Shandon, Cork on Thursday evening, 16th June when Brandan spoke on the theme ‘Forward: A Case for Inclusion’.

At the Changing Attitude Ireland event in Saint Anne's Church, Shandon, COrk were (l-r) the Reverend Sarah Marry (Priest-in-Charge), Brandan Robertson, and Stephen Spillane (Changing Attitude Ireland).

At the Changing Attitude Ireland event in Saint Anne’s Church, Shandon, COrk were (l-r) the Reverend Sarah Marry (Priest-in-Charge), Brandan Robertson, and Stephen Spillane (Changing Attitude Ireland).

On Friday, 17th June Brandan was the speaker at a Bishop’s Breakfast in the River Lee Hotel Cork, hosted by the Bishop Dr Paul Colton.  Brandan spoke about his book, ‘Nomad: a Spirituality for Traveling Light’ and what he sees as the characteristics of the spirituality and expectations of the Church among his generation, the so-called millennial generation.

Brandan Robertson speaks at 'The Bishop's Breakfast with Brandan Robertson' in the River Lee Hotel, Cork.

Brandan Robertson speaks at ‘The Bishop’s Breakfast with Brandan Robertson’ in the River Lee Hotel, Cork.

Brandan writes regularly for Patheos,Sojourners, and The Huffington Post. He has published dozens of articles in respected outlets such as TIME, The Washington Post, Religion News Service, and Dallas Morning News.  A sought out commentator of faith, culture, and public life, he is a regular contributor to national media outlets and has been interviewed by outlets such as MSNBCNPR, SiriusXM, TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Associated Press. 

All the photos of the Cork events are here:

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