Category Archives: Clergy

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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Two New Canons installed in Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork

On Sunday, 13th June in Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork during an Evening Service broadcast live on the Cathedral webcam, two Canons were installed. Both had been appointed by the Bishop, Dr Paul Colton, in 2020. Canon Andrew Orr was … Continue reading

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County Cork Rector ‘Shears’ a Parishioner’s Lockdown Locks and Beard in aid of Church Conservation Work

Outside, in the delightful summer sun at Timoleague, County Cork, Geoffrey Hanbidge had his Lockdown beard and hair cut off by his rector, the Rev. Kingsley Sutton, on Bank Holiday Monday, 7th June.  Witnessed by a small crowd of amused, … Continue reading

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Final diary update – the Rev. Tony Murphy’s 100km walk in aid of the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Maize Project in Burundi exceeds €10,000 target

Walk4 Burundi : Diary Update Week 4 (of 4) 24th May: One aspect of this fundraising campaign has been the envelopes which have dropped through my letterbox with cheques, cash and supporting messages. These became quite a motivational feature as … Continue reading

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Two New Cork Rectors Worship with Parishioners in Person for the First Time

Two new rectors in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross had their first opportunity since their arrival in the Diocese to worship together with their parishioners in person in their local churches in recent days. Both had been … Continue reading

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