Category Archives: Clergy Conference

Cork, Cloyne and Ross Clergy Conference 2014

Another excellent series of addresses were the hallmark of this year’s Cork, Cloyne and Ross Clergy Conference at Ballylickey, near Bantry, County Cork.  The speaker was the Reverend Dr Hugh Rayment-Pickard, co-founder of IntoUniversity and former Area Dean of Kensington in the … Continue reading

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Two Very Busy Weeks in Cork, Cloyne and Ross – in Photos!

The past two weeks have been so busy in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, that it has been difficult to keep up with news reports.  So here’s a photo blog instead!    

Posted in Bishop, Cathedral, Church of Ireland, Church Services, Clergy, Clergy Conference, Cork, Diocese, Lay Ministry, People from the Diocese, Special Events, Voluntary Work

Cork Diocese Prepares to Welcome Mark Russell, CEO of Church Army

The clergy and people of the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross have a busy week ahead mapped out for a special guest: Mark Russell, CEO of Church Army.  Mark will address the annual clergy conference which meets in … Continue reading

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Giles Fraser Challenges Church about Economics at Cork Clergy Conference

The London-based philosopher, priest and journalist, the Rev. Dr Giles Fraser gave four challenging and tantalising addresses at this year’s Cork, Cloyne and Ross Clergy Conference last week at Ballylickey.  Giles, a columnist with The Guardian, who famously resigned as … Continue reading

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London-based Priest and Journalist Giles Fraser to Speak at Cork Clergy Conference

Occupy: One Year On. The lessons learnt is the theme chosen by Giles Fraser for his talks at the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Diocesan Clergy Conference which will take place in Ballylickey, Co Cork starting today (17th October) and lasting … Continue reading

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