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September 2014
The ‘State Prayers’ controversy in the Church of Ireland, 1948–1950, as revealed by the papers of Hugh Arthur Cornwallis [A.C.] Maude Esq (1904–1982) For the list of Maude papers, click here For the
Taken from About, Category: “Archives of the Month” – Archived
Updated on: 30/09/2014

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September 2014 The ‘State Prayers’ controversy in the Church of Ireland, 1948–1950, as revealed by the papers of Hugh Arthur Cornwallis [A.C.] Maude Esq (1904–1982)
Taken from About, Category: “Archives of the Month” – Archived
Updated on: 30/09/2014

Diocesan Webmaps
Below are links to Google Maps that have been set up for each Diocese. Not all diocese are completely mapped at present, and if you feel you can contribute to this exercise, please send in an email request to do so.
Taken from Information, Category: Useful Links
Updated on: 24/09/2014

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). 29th September to 3rd October Monday 29th Chicken Curry
Taken from Information, Category: Committee Information
Updated on: 22/09/2014

Incumbent, Port Laoise and Ballyfin Union (Cashel, Ferns and Ossory)
The Archdeacon of Ossory and Leighlin would welcome enquiries concerning this vacant cure, for which a Board of Nomination will shortly be called. – Three churches in and around the growing town of Port Laoise – Excellent opportunities for a varied ministry in both rural and commuter
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Clerical
Updated on: 17/09/2014

Incumbent, Donoughmore & Donard with Dunlavin (Dublin & Glendalough)
This grouped parish of approximately 480 souls, situated in the scenic county of Wicklow, is in an area of great historic interest with three churches, all in good repair. There are two primary schools, (Donoughmore 2 teachers) & ( Dunlavin 2 teachers) in the parish area. The
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Clerical
Updated on: 17/09/2014

Incumbent, Celbridge, Straffan with Newcastle–Lyons (Dublin & Glendalough)
This grouped parish of over 500 households, which includes three historic villages west of Dublin City, has seen much growth in recent years. The parish has three churches, all in good repair.  There is a parish national school in Celbridge with 120 pupils (5 teachers).  The attractive four bedroom
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Clerical
Updated on: 17/09/2014

Incumbent, Drumragh & Mountfield (Derry & Raphoe)
This exciting ministry opportunity in an major Ulster town and surrounding area will shortly become available. The parish and the rector play and important role in the local community. 1100 parishioners major parish hall refurbishment recently completed a committed core of church volunteers
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Clerical
Updated on: 17/09/2014

Diocesan Youth Co–ordinator (Cork, Cloyne & Ross)
The Diocesan Council intends to appoint a Youth Co–ordinator (full time) to develop and co–ordinate youth work in the Cork city and East Cork areas and to work as part–time Chaplain to Midleton College. This is a new position designed to link the youth work of the Diocese
Taken from Vacancies, Category: Diocesan
Updated on: 16/09/2014

January 2012 – What happened at Disestablishment?
The papers of the General Convention and its related committees, being the forerunners of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland, including minute books, resolutions, correspondence, petitions printed and other materials, 1868–1874.   Introduction to the collection By the Irish Church Act ( 32&33
Taken from About, Category: “Archives of the Month” – Archived
Updated on: 16/09/2014