Category Archives: Five Marks of Mission

Cork Mothers’ Union takes part in Global 16 Days Campaign against Gender-Based Violence

Some facts: One in three women experience some form of domestic abuse; 1 in 2 women murdered in Ireland is killed by a partner or ex; 60% of abuse starts before the age of 25. The 16 Days of Activism … Continue reading

Posted in Church in Society, Community Involvement, Contemporary Issues, Five Marks of Mission, Mothers' Union

More Greetings from England ~ St Fin Barre’s Cathedral 150

Today, Advent Sunday, the eve of the 150th anniversary of the consecration of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral Cork, greetings have been received from two diocesan bishops in England: the Bishop of Peterborough, the Right Reverend Donald Allister, and the Bishop … Continue reading

Posted in Anglican Communion, Anglicanism, Cathedral, Cork, Five Marks of Mission, International Church Relations, Sesquicentenary

Greetings from Australia ~ St Fin Barre’s Cathedral 150

More greetings again today, as the 150th anniversary of the consecration of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral Cork approaches next Monday, this time from the Archbishop of Adelaide and Metropolitan of South Australia: the Most Reverend Geoffrey Smith. This is one … Continue reading

Posted in Anglican Communion, Anglicanism, Cathedral, Cork, Five Marks of Mission, International Church Relations, Sesquicentenary

Greetings from Finland – Diocese of Borgå/Porvoo ~ St Fin Barre’s Cathedral 150

More greetings today, as the 150th anniversary of the consecration of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral Cork approaches, this time from the Bishop of Borgå/Diocese of Porvoo, in the Church of Finland: the Right Reverend Dr Bo-Göran Åstrand. Bishop Paul Colton, … Continue reading

Posted in Anglican Communion, Anglicanism, Cathedral, Cork, Five Marks of Mission, International Church Relations, Porvoo Communion, Sesquicentenary

Greetings from Bishop Fintan Gavin, Bishop of Cork and Ross ~ St Fin Barre’s Cathedral 150

The Bishop of Cork and Ross, the Most Reverend Dr Fintan Gavin, who visited Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral recently to join Bishop Paul Colton in lighting candles, to pray together, and to remember the victims of Covid-19, has sent his … Continue reading

Posted in Bishops of Cork, Cathedral, Cork, Ecumenism, Five Marks of Mission, International Church Relations, Sesquicentenary