Category Archives: Chrism Eucharist

12 Noon ~ Annual Chrism Eucharist in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

At 12 noon today –  Maundy Thursday (Holy Thursday) – the annual Chrism Eucharist in Cork, Cloyne and Ross will go ahead this year as every year, but not as normal. Ordinarily, people  from all over County Cork gather on … Continue reading

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What’s on? This Holy Week in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

Here is what is on in Cork, Cloyne and Ross this Holy Week – but first a reminder: Covid-19 Community Response Forum (CRF): First of all, in partnership with Cork City Council and Cork County Council, we have been asked … Continue reading

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Chrism Eucharist in Cork, Cloyne and Ross on Maundy Thursday

The annual Chrism Eucharist in Cork, Cloyne and Ross was held again this year on Maundy Thursday at Noon in Saint Fachtna’s Cathedral, Rosscarbery, County Cork.  Glorious weather made it a beautiful day at this seaside location. Diocesan Media Officer, … Continue reading

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Former Primus of Scottish Episcopal Church Preaches at Annual Diocesan Chrism Eucharist in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The annual Diocesan Chrism Eucharist took place on Maundy Thursday, 29th March in the Cathedral Church of Saint Fachtna, Rosscarbery, County Cork.  The preacher this year was the Right Reverend David Chillingworth, former Bishop of St Andrew’s, Dunkeld and Dunblane, … Continue reading

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Rich and Varied Celebrations of Holy Week and Easter in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The week that starts each year with the Sunday before Easter Day, Palm Sunday, is known to Christians as Holy Week.  Its importance and significance in the Church is highlighted by its being called ‘The Great Week’ in the early … Continue reading

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