Category Archives: Cork

50 years Service by Mrs Ivy Dennis on Select Vestry of County Cork Parish

During the General Vestry meeting (annual general meeting of parishioners), held recently for Moviddy Union of Parishes in the Diocese of Cork, the Priest-in-Charge, the Reverend David Bowles, acknowledged the outstanding contribution of one parishioner – Mrs Ivy Dennis – … Continue reading

Posted in Churches in Cork, Community Involvement, Cork, Faith and Service, Five Marks of Mission, Lay Ministry, Parish News, People from Cork, People from the Diocese, Voluntary Work

Cork Clergy Conference is a Casualty of Coronavirus ~ 21 years in Retrospect

One of the inevitable casualties of the current Coronavirus Pandemic has been the Cork, Cloyne and Ross gathering at Ballylickey, County Cork for the much-valued annual Clergy Conference. This year’s Conference was scheduled to take place from 7th to 9th … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Art, Church Art, Church History, Church in Society, Church Law, Clergy, Clergy Conference, Continuing Ministerial Education, Cork, Corona Virus, COVID-19, Decade of Centenaries, Diocese, People from Cork, People from the Diocese, Porvoo Communion, Reformation

Bantry Floods ~ ‘worst in 26 years’ says Church of Ireland Clergyman

Canon Paul Willoughby, the rector of Bantry, County Cork has said that the floods in the town are the worst he has seen in his 26 years in the parish. Canon Willoughby has been out and about in the local … Continue reading

Posted in Church in Society, Churches in Cork, Clergy, Contemporary Issues, Cork, Corona Virus, COVID-19, Diocese, Five Marks of Mission, Floods, West Cork

Election of Micheál Martin. T.D. as Taoiseach ~ Statement from the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork

Statement by Bishop Paul Colton on the occasion of the election of  Micheál Martin, T.D. as Taoiseach The Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, Dr Paul Colton, has made the following statement on the occasion of the election by Dáil … Continue reading

Posted in Bishop, Cork, Ireland, Statement by the Bishop

New Livestream Online from St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork

As soon as the ‘lockdown’ due to the Covid-19 pandemic came into effect on 18th March St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, like so many cathedrals and churches across Ireland, moved very quickly to provide worship and concerts online.  At first this … Continue reading

Posted in Cathedral, Church Online, Contemporary Issues, Cork, Corona Virus, COVID-19, Five Marks of Mission, Liturgy, Technology, Webcam, Worship