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Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’ - Posted on 23/07/2016
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Cork Clergy Attend Course at St George’s House, Windsor Castle - Posted on 22/07/2016
Two clergy from the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross – the Reverend Elaine Murray, Incumbent of Carrigaline Union, and the Reverend Peter Rutherford, Incumbent of Kinsale Union – were among a group of twenty–four clergy who gathered in St George’s House, Windsor for a 10 day ‘Consultation’ entitled ‘God: Some Conversations’ from 4th to 14th July.
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Bishop Alan reflects on WCC meetings in Norway - Posted on 21/07/2016
The Bishop of Connor, the Rt Rev Alan Abernethy, spent a week in Trondheim, Norway, where he represented the Church of Ireland at the World Council of Churches Central Committee meeting.
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New Secondary Education Committee Administrator - Posted on 20/07/2016
The Chairman, the Rt Revd Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, and the Board of Directors of the Secondary Education Committee (SEC) are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Johnny Honner to the role of SEC Grants Administrator in succession to Mr David Wynne.
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Applications welcome to the Marshal Beresford and Church Fabric Funds - Posted on 20/07/2016
The Marshal Beresford Fund and Church Fabric Fund are held towards the building or repair of churches or chapels. The next deadline for receipt of applications is 1st October 2016.
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Cork Diocesan Youth Council at Summer Madness 2016 - Posted on 19/07/2016
A group of 18 – young people and leaders – from the Diocesan Youth Council in Cork, Cloyne and Ross attended the Christian youth festival – Summer Madness – from 1st to 5th July in Glenarm, County Antrim.
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Launch of ‘Souls of the Slain’ Exhibition at Belfast Cathedral - Posted on 18/07/2016
Artist Eve Parnell travelled from Dublin to speak at the launch of her exhibition Souls of the Slain in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Thursday July 14.
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