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Dean of Belfast Pays Tribute to Father Gerry Reynolds - Posted on 01/12/2015
The Dean of Belfast, the Very Rev John Mann, has paid tribute to Father Gerry Reynolds, describing his death on Monday as a loss to the whole Christian Church. Father Reynolds, the Dean said, ‘offered himself to others in love.’
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Bangor Abbey and Ballyholme Parish at heart of Columbanus 1400 Festival - Posted on 01/12/2015
The Columbanus 1400th anniversary celebrations in Bangor reached their climax over the weekend of 20–22 November in a full programme organised jointly between the Friends of Columbanus, Ards and North Down Council, and the local churches.
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Artwork in Belfast Church Commemorates WW1 Sinking - Posted on 30/11/2015
A stunning piece of wall art commemorating the sinking of the HMS Hawke in World War One was laid up in St Simon’s Church, Donegall Road, at a service on Sunday November 29.
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Climate Change is ‘A Devastating Reality’ – Canon Mike Parker - Posted on 30/11/2015
A large number of people attended an ecumenical service of prayer and reflection for climate justice held in St Anne’s Cathedral on November 29 before a rally on climate change.
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Mothers’ Union Prayer Vigil highlights gender–based violence - Posted on 30/11/2015
Dozens of local women defied driving rain and chilly temperatures to attend a prayer vigil against gender violence in St Columb’s Cathedral in Londonderry on Saturday afternoon.
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