Category Archives: Church in Society

Expression of Sympathy by the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II

The Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, has expressed sympathy, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, to fellow members of the Church of Ireland in Northern Ireland and also to British citizens living … Continue reading

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‘Protestant Aid’ boost of €50,000 for Kingston College Houses for Ukrainian Refugees in Mitchelstown, County Cork.

Protestant Aid, which was established 180 years to alleviate deprivation in Ireland regardless of religious, ethnic or social backgrounds, has donated €50,000 for the refurbishment of houses for Ukrainian refugees at Kingston College, Mitchelstown, County Cork. Expressing delight, on behalf … Continue reading

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Bishop Paul Colton’s Address to Diocesan Synod 2022 in Cork

United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross Diocesan Synod Address by The Right Rev. Dr Paul Colton,  Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross on 11th June 2022, the Feast of St Barnabas the Apostle Sisters and brothers, dear Friends in … Continue reading

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Annual Courtesy Call of the Lord Mayor of Cork to Bishop Paul and Mrs Susan Colton

On Wednesday, 8th June, the Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Colm Kelleher, accompanied by Ann Doherty, Chief Executive of Cork City Council, made the annual courtesy call of the Lord Mayor to the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the … Continue reading

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Baz Ashmawy and ‘DIYSOS: Build for Ireland’ team give another major boost to Kingston College Housing Project in Mitchelstown, County Cork

The RTE DIYSOS; Build for Ireland television programme presented by Irish radio and television personality Baz Ashmawy has come on board with the Kingston Charity project to refurbish houses at Kingston College ‘When the war started in Ukraine I sent … Continue reading

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