Category Archives: Five Marks of Mission

Cork Service Marks Centenary of the End of the War of Independence

On Sunday 27th June a Diocesan Service, with civic and ecumenical participation, was held in Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork to mark the upcoming centenary of the truce: the end of the War of Independence in Ireland. The Service, which … Continue reading

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Cork’s kindness reaches East Africa: Cork Diocese donates €12,000 to project tackling poverty in Burundi

Christian Aid Ireland has thanked the people of the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross for their support for the fundraising efforts of a Carrigaline clergyman who recently completed a sponsored walk around the county, raising around €12,000 for … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Training Session in Cork, Cloyne and Ross Attracts a Lot of Interest

A training seminar, organised by Bishop Paul Colton for clergy and lay people in Cork, Cloyne and Ross , entitled Cybersecurity for the Bewildered: How to keep your computers safe, your data secure and private information out of sight, attacted … Continue reading

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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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World Refugee Day in Carrigaline Parish, County Cork

Carrigaline Union of Parishes in the Diocese of Cork has recently begun the process to become a Church of Sanctuary (within the Places of Sanctuary movement). On Sunday 20th June, World Refugee Day, the parish welcomed Fiona Finn, the CEO … Continue reading

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