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Opening Hours and Access Information
General opening hours in the RCB Library are: Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Last orders for manuscripts and archives – 4:30 p.m. A reading room is available for reference and study.No appointment is necessary.
Taken from About, Category: Opening Hours
Updated on: 02/09/2015

Lunch Menus
On most days there is a hot option, where there is no hot meal, there is a cold collation (generally salad, quiche, cold meats etc). 7th September – 11th September Monday 7th Chicken wrapped
Taken from Information, Category: Committee Information
Updated on: 02/09/2015

Previous Archives of the Month
September 2015 What is a Preacher’s Book? by Maeve Mullin August 2015 Correspondence and papers of the Most Revd Richard
Taken from About, Category: “Archives of the Month” – Archived
Updated on: 01/09/2015

‘Thanks and Praise’ Launch – St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
The Church of Ireland’s new hymnal supplement, ‘Thanks and Praise’, will be launched in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, on Friday, 11th September at 6.30pm. This new supplement contains some 200 hymns, songs and liturgical settings reflecting the best of church music to emerge since the compilation
Taken from Worship, Category: Worship Resources
Updated on: 01/09/2015

Worship Homepage
Welcome to the worship section of the Church of Ireland’s website. The New Church of Ireland Hymnal Supplement information Available here   ‘Thanks and Praise’ Launch – St Patrick’s
Taken from Worship, Category: Worship Homepage
Updated on: 01/09/2015

Archive of the Month – September 2015
What is a Preacher’s Book? by Maeve Mullin For the digitized copy of the earliest preacher’s book for the parish of Clones click here (clicking
Taken from About, Category: Archive of the Month
Updated on: 01/09/2015

August 2015
Correspondence and papers of the Most Revd Richard Whately (1787–1863), Archbishop of Dublin 1831–1863 For the detailed catalogue list, click here (clicking on images below will open in a larger window)
Taken from About, Category: “Archives of the Month” – Archived
Updated on: 26/08/2015

The Communion of Saints
1. Who are the saints? According to the New Testament the saints (Latin, sancti ; Greek, hagioi ; literally ‘holy people’) are all the members of the Christian church ( Acts 9:13 , Rom.1:7 , 1 Cor.1:2 ,
Taken from Information, Category: What We Believe
Updated on: 26/08/2015

Mary: Virgin and Mother
1. What special recognition is given to Mary in the Church of Ireland? Mary’s special position within God’s purpose of salvation as ‘God bearer’ ( theotokos ) is recognised in a number of ways. The Church of Ireland affirms in the historic
Taken from Information, Category: What We Believe
Updated on: 25/08/2015

The Word of The Lord
Canon Brian Mayne, editor of the 2004 edition of the Book of Common Prayer , also prepared The Word of the Lord – the readings for the principal service according to the table in the new Prayer Book in the NRSV. This
Taken from Worship, Category: Published Resources
Updated on: 25/08/2015