Category Archives: International Church Relations

Diary update 3 – Rev Tony Murphy’s 100km Walk in aid of the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Burundi Maize Project

Walk4 Burundi : Diary Update Week 3 (of 4) 18th May: One  interesting aspect  of these walks is that they also offer parishioners an opportunity to meet (at a distance) as a result of the opening up after the lockdown. Such … Continue reading

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Second Update ~ The Rev. Tony Murphy’s Sponsored Walk for the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Burundi Maize Project

Walk4 Burundi : Diary Update Week 2 (of 4) 11th May: In contrast to the preceding day in Bandon, the sun shone over Blackrock Castle as we met with the Archdeacon for a loop walk around Lough Mahon and Blackrock. … Continue reading

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In Cork Diocese Tony Murphy plans to walk 100km in May for Diocesan Burundi Maize Project

The Reverend Tony Murphy, an auxiliary minister in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, was sent on his way on Friday 30th April with the goal of walking 100 km in the month of May throughout the Diocese … Continue reading

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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

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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

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