Category Archives: Centenaries in Ireland

Western Front Association Recognises Work of Bishop of Cork and Dean of Cork for Centenary of First World War

On Wednesday, 2nd October, the Chairman of the Western Front Association, Colin Wagstaff visited Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork to thank the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton, and the Dean of Cork, the Very Reverend Nigel Dunne, for the … Continue reading

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‘Peace Banner’ Workshop in Cork, Cloyne and Ross – the Photos!

Here are the photos taken by photographer Jim Coughlan at The Cork, Cloyne and Ross Children’s Ministry Group Peace Banner Workshop on Saturday, 21st September. You can read a full report of the event HERE

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‘Peace Banner’ Workshop in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The Cork, Cloyne and Ross Children’s Ministry Group organised a ‘Peace Banner’ Workshop in Northridge House Education Centre at Saint Luke’s Home, Cork on Saturday last 21st September. Each parish and school in the Diocese were asked by the Bishop … Continue reading

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Faith Story Boards in Dunmanway Church as part of Sam Maguire Trail

In recent times St. Mary’s Church of Ireland in Dunmanway, County Cork has been in the news for its partnership with the local community and the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).  It is the church where Sam Maguire attended as a … Continue reading

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‘Victoria’ screenwriter, Daisy Goodwin, with West Cork church connections, announced as final speaker for West Cork History Festival

The closing speaker of the 2019 West Cork History Festival will be screenwriter and novelist Daisy Goodwin, who wrote the hugely popular TV series Victoria on the life of Queen Victoria. Daisy will speak about writing Victoria and her own West Cork … Continue reading

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War of Independence Symposium in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

As part of the on-going Cork, Cloyne and Ross Diocesan Commemorations and Reconciliation Project (2018-2023), an introductory symposium for clergy and employees of the Diocese was held on Friday, 8th March.  The Project is being supported by the Priorities’ Fund … Continue reading

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Bishop Colton attends Cork County Commemoration of the First Dáil

On Monday, 21st January 2019, the centenary of the meeting of the First Dáil in the Mansion House in Dublin, Cork County Council held a special commemorative meeting at the County Hall, Cork.  Dr Paul Colton, Church of Ireland Bishop … Continue reading

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