Category Archives: Diocese

Celebrating 150 Years Saint Luke’s Home, Cork

On Tuesday, 18th October, The Feast of St Luke, a Diocesan Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Sesquicentenary of the Foundation of Saint Luke’s Home, Cork in 1872 was held at Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork. Saint Luke’s is a … Continue reading

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St Fin Barre’s Cathedral Choir Sponsored Walk

On Saturday 8th October, the choristers of the St Fin Barre’s Cathedral Choir and their families embarked on an 8km walk around Mahon Point and Blackrock Village. Almost 50 people met at Mahon Point Shopping Centre and headed towards Blackrock … Continue reading

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New Associate Minister welcomed in Blarney, Carrigrohane Union of Parishes

Last Sunday, 18th September 2022, Carrigrohane Union of Parishes welcomed the Rev. Abigail Sines and a Service of Welcome was held at the Church of the Resurrection in Blarney. The Rev. Robert Ferris, Rector of Carrigrohane Union, led the service … Continue reading

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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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Q&A for Palliative Care Week

Palliative Care Week takes place from Sunday, 11th September to next Saturday, 17th September on the theme of Living as well as possible. The Rev. Dr Daniel Nuzum is the Secretary of the Church of Ireland’s Chaplaincy Accreditation Board, which accredits chaplains … Continue reading

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