Category Archives: Cork Diocesan Youth Council

Annual Table Quiz for Cork Diocesan Youth

CDYC were able to hold their Annual Table Quiz in the Carraig Centre in Ballincollig back in November. On the night there were two different groups, one with young people from first to third year and the other from fourth … Continue reading

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West Cork Secret Halloween Event

On the 29th October, Diocesan Youth Officer Hilda Connolly took a group of young people from across the diocese to Kilbrittain to visit the renowned West Cork Secret Halloween Trail. Hilda said: The walk from the carpark to the main … Continue reading

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Activity Day for Sixth Class run by the Cork Diocesan Youth Council

On Saturday 24th July 2021 Hilda Connolly, the Diocesan Youth Officer, took twelve young people from the Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross to the Oysterhaven Activity Centre.¬† Over the past few months, Hilda has hosted Zoom nights with quizzes, … Continue reading

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Boot Camp on The Long Strand for Cork Diocesan Youth Council

On the 24th June 2021, CDYC were able to hold their first gathering since September 2020. With a lot of debating over what might be a suitable activity for Cork Diocesan Youth Council (CDYC) to run, Hilda Connolly (Diocesan Youth … Continue reading

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Looking back to Holy Week and Easter Day in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The Octave of Easter – the eight days starting with Easter Day which introduce the 50 days of Easter celebrations – comes to an end on the second Sunday of Easter, known also as Low Sunday. These days give us … Continue reading

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