The Bench Of Bishops Of The Church In Wales Visit The Church Of Ireland Theological Institute
Added on 18/01/2013
The Bench of Bishops of the Church in Wales visited the Church of Ireland Theological Institute for three days from 15 to 17 January. The bishops held their quarterly meeting in the institute but the main purpose of their visit was a factfinding mission to see how training is carried out in the Church of Ireland and how CITI has been developed. During their time in Ireland they met the director of CITI, the Revd Dr Maurice Elliott; Andrew McNeile of Dublin and Glendalough Diocesan Councils, CITI staff member Dr Katie Heffelfinger; Diocesan Director of Ordinands, the Revd Ted Woods; and a number of the intern deacons. They also visited the RCB Library.
Pictured from left to right are: the Bishop of St David’s, the Right Revd Wyn Evans; the Bishop of Monmouth, the Right Revd Dominic Walker; CITI lecturer, Canon Patrick Comerford; the Bishop of Swansea and Brecon, the Right Revd John Davies; the Archbishop of Wales and Bishop of Llandaff, the Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan; CITI director, the Revd Dr Maurice Elliott; the Archbishop of Wales’ deputy registrar, Julian Luke; CITI lecturer, Dr Katie Heffelfinger; the Bishop of St Asaph, the Right Revd Gregory Cameron; the Bishop of Bangor, the Right Revd Andrew John; provincial secretary, John Shirley; and CITI lecturer, the Revd Patrick McGlinchey.
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Church of Ireland Theological Institute