Category Archives: Chaplaincies

Cobh Community Hospital Covid-19 Memorial Service held in Rushbrooke County Cork

In recent weeks, Christ Church Rushbrooke in County Cork hosted a Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for the lives of the five residents of Cobh Community Hospital who died of COVID-19 during the pandemic. This service was an opportunity for … Continue reading

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Fellowship awarded to Cork Church of Ireland Hospital Chaplain

The Reverend Canon Dr Daniel Nuzum who serves on the Pastoral Care Team at Marymount University Hospital and Hospice in Cork has been awarded a Palliative Care Education Fellowship by the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care. This … Continue reading

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Sixth Year Students and Chaplains from 3 Cork Schools Narrate the Story of Holy Week: the Passion Gospel

Sixth Year Students from Ashton School Cork, Bandon Grammar School and Midleton College have joined forces to narrate, together with their respective school chaplains, the Passion Gospel which tells of the last days in the life of Jesus: his suffering, … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day 1871 – the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland

Following the passing of the Irish Church Act 1869, and after 18 months of intense preparation, debate, sometimes controversy, and legislating by the General Convention of the Church of Ireland in 1870, the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland occurred … Continue reading

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Cork Clergyman joins Cycle in aid of Saint Luke’s Charity and Home

The Reverend Paul Robinson, Chaplain to Saint Luke’s Home, Cork (and priest-in-charge at Saint Anne’s Church, Shandon in Cork) joined a small group of co-workers from St Luke’s Home, including CEO Tony O’Brien, Fiona Dwyer, Eileen Ferguson and Paul Morrissey … Continue reading

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