Category Archives: Healthcare Ministry

Saint Luke’s Home in Cork reaches 150 year Milestone in Caring for Older People

Saint Luke’s Home, a residential care home in Cork for older people which also established Ireland’s first specialist unit for people living with dementia, marked the start of its 150th anniversary year yesterday, 1st March 2022. ‘In fact we were … Continue reading

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A Warm Welcome to Cork for the Reverend Paul Robinson

On Sunday afternoon, 19th January 2020, the Reverend Paul Robinson was welcomed to his new ministry in the Diocese of Cork:  as priest-in-charge of the Parish of Saint Anne, Shandon, and as Chaplain to Saint Luke’s Home, Cork. The Bishop … Continue reading

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Cork Healthcare Chaplain contributes to a National Review of Design and Dignity Programme of Irish Bereavement Care Facilities

The Design and Dignity programme of the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF) was established in 2010 to support the Hospice Friendly Hospitals initiative to improve the facilities and experiences of end-of-life-care in hospitals for patients … Continue reading

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Cork Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor Signs International Agreement linking Ireland and Canada

Earlier this year, ACPE (Ireland) Ltd, the professional Multi Faith body for Healthcare Chaplaincy training, together with CASC (Canadian Association for Spiritual Care) formally signed an Agreement of Reciprocity at the CASC Conference at Deerhurst Resort, Ontario. The President of … Continue reading

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Church of Ireland healthcare chaplain in Cork contributes chapter to new book on Paediatric Chaplaincy

On Thursday 7th June, at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, a new paediatric chaplaincy book “Paediatric Chaplaincy: principles, practices and skills” was formally launched as part of the annual conference of the Paediatric Chaplains’ Network. This exciting new book edited by Paul … Continue reading

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