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New Canon For St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork And St Fachtna’s Cathedral, Ross - Posted on 23/10/2014
The Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Revd Dr Paul Colton, has announced today that he has appointed the Revd Trevor Lester, Rector of Kilmoe Union of Parishes (Schull, County Cork) to be a Canon of both St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, and also St Fachtna’s Cathedral, Rosscarbery.
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Cork, Cloyne And Ross Clergy Conference 2014 - Posted on 23/10/2014
Another excellent series of addresses were the hallmark of this year’s Cork, Cloyne and Ross Clergy Conference at Ballylickey, near Bantry, Co Cork
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Church Of Ireland Clergy Join In Golden Jubilee Of RC Church In Blackrock, Cork - Posted on 23/10/2014
Church of Ireland parishioners of St. Michael’s Church, Blackrock joined to celebrate with neighbours in St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church as part of the church’s Golden Jubilee.
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Kilmore, Elphin & Ardagh Diocesan Synod – Bishop Ferran’s Presidential Address - Posted on 23/10/2014
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Come&C Highlights Parish Activities Which Form The Heartbeat Of Dublin and Glendalough - Posted on 22/10/2014
A snapshot of parish life in Dublin and Glendalough has been captured in a new booklet which was launched at Diocesan Synods on Tuesday evening (21 October).
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