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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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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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Church Leaders Invite Public to Join the Tour de Foyle 10–80 - Posted on 14/07/2016
The countdown is on as leaders of the city’s four main churches invite people to get on their bikes or put on their walking/running shoes for the Tour de Foyle 10–80 Charity Event, which will begin at the Foyle Arena on Saturday 27th August.
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Bishop Paul Colton Congratulates Irish Hockey Olympians - Posted on 14/07/2016
Following the recent announcement of the Irish Men’s Hockey Squad to represent Team Ireland at the forthcoming Rio 2016 Olympic Games the Bishop of Cork has sent his congratulations and good wishes to the chosen athletes.
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Clergy and Parishioners Join Refugee Walk in Cork - Posted on 06/07/2016
A number of clergy and parishioners from the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross took part in the recent Silent Walk marking World Refugee Day.
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Ecumenical Representatives in Cork join in Iftar Meal at end of Ramadan - Posted on 05/07/2016
The members of the Cork Ecumenical Standing Committee – representatives appointed by their respective bishops or church authorities – recently accepted the invitation of Imam Ihab Ahmed to attend the Iftar Meal with his Muslim community at the end of Ramadan, and they took the opportunity to also to condemn the attack on him.
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Poignant Somme Centenary Commemoration at St Anne’s - Posted on 05/07/2016
St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, was packed on Sunday July 3 for a moving service to commemorate those who died or were injured or bereaved at the Battle of the Somme 100 years ago.
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Cork Commemoration of the Battle of the Somme: Bishop Paul Colton’s Address - Posted on 04/07/2016
The following sermon was preached by the Rt Revd Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, at a Service of Peace and Reconciliation to commemorate the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, on Friday, 1st July, 2016 in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork.
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