Category Archives: Bishops’ Appeal

Diary Update on the Reverend Tony Murphy’s Walk for the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Burundi Project

Walk4Burundi  10 Days in May  May 1 : Féile na Bealtaine (May Festival)  in this year of Covid was marked, not by a weekend of festivals, but a solitary drive to St James’ Church, Durrus in the most westerly Parish … Continue reading

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In Cork Diocese Tony Murphy plans to walk 100km in May for Diocesan Burundi Maize Project

The Reverend Tony Murphy, an auxiliary minister in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, was sent on his way on Friday 30th April with the goal of walking 100 km in the month of May throughout the Diocese … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Fittest Parish?

At the start of January, Archdeacon Adrian Wilkinson, the rector of Douglas Union with Frankfield, in the Diocese of Cork, publicised the fact that he would walk at least 5 kilometres each day that  month. This was partly for personal … Continue reading

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International Partnership: Archbishop of Burundi to Visit St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork

The Archbishop of Burundi, the Most Reverend Martin Blaise Nyaboho , will travel to Cork following the meeting in Canterbury of the Primates of the Churches of the Anglican Communion, to preach at the Harvest Festival Eucharist in St Fin Barre’s … Continue reading

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