Bishop of Cork Licences a New Diocesan Reader and also a Deacon in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

On Sunday, 30th August Sabrina Cooke-Nivet was licensed as a Diocesan Reader by the Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, during the Parish Eucharist in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Frankfield, Cork.  Members of Sabrina’s family were present.

Sabrina Cooke-Nivet (right) with the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton and the Archdeacon of Cork, the Venerable Adrian Wilkinson (left).

Sabrina Cooke-Nivet (right) with the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton and the Archdeacon of Cork, the Venerable Adrian Wilkinson (left) following Sabrina’s licensing as a Diocesan Reader.

Afterwards, the Reverend David Bowles, made and subscribed the Declarations, and was licensed by the Bishop to serve as a Deacon in the Diocese.  David and Michelle Bowles and their children have just moved house from Dublin, and David will commence ministry as curate-assistant of Douglas Union, with Frankfield on Tuesday next, 1st September.  David’s ordination to the priesthood will be on St Fin Barre’s Day, Friday, 25th September at 7.30 p.m. in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork

The Reverend David Bowles (right), a Deacon, who was licensed by the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton, to serve as curate-assistant of Douglas Union, with Frankfield, where the rector is the Archdeacon of Cork, the Venerable Adrian Wilkinson (left).

The Reverend David Bowles (right), a Deacon, who was licensed by the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton, to serve as curate-assistant of Douglas Union, with Frankfield, where the rector is the Archdeacon of Cork, the Venerable Adrian Wilkinson (left).

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