Category Archives: Midleton College

Bishop Paul Colton speaks from his Chapel to School Assemblies in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

Church buildings may, of necessity, be closed at the moment, but the Church is well and truly doing what it usually does in worship, prayer, pastoral care, and even more so at this time of crisis.  All over the country … Continue reading

Posted in Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School, Bishop, Corona Virus, COVID-19, Diocese, Five Marks of Mission, Fresh Expressions, Midleton College, Schools in the Diocese, Talks

Video Clip of the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Re-enactment of the General Convention 1870

Way back in February, long before people had to stop gathering because of the Novel Coronavirus, students from Ashton School, Cork, Bandon Grammar School, and Midleton College were enlisted by the their school chaplains – Drew Ruttle, the Reverend Anne … Continue reading

Posted in Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School, Bishop, Bishops of Cork, Chaplaincies, Church History, Commemoration, Diocese, Disestablishment, Drama, Media and Communications, Midleton College, People from Cork, People from the Diocese, Sesquicentenary, Special Events, Students, Youth Work

Photos of the 150th Anniversary of Disestablishment in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The 150th anniversary of the reading for the first time in February 1870 of the Preamble and Declaration to the Constitution of the Church of Ireladn was re-enacted in Cork on Monday, 24th February by students from Ashton School, Bandon … Continue reading

Posted in Anglicanism, Anniversaries, Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School, Bishop, Bishops of Cork, Cathedral, Church History, Church of Ireland, Commemoration, Diocese, Disestablishment, Drama, Midleton College, People from Cork, People from the Diocese, Preamble and Declaration

Defining Church of Ireland Moment in 1870 re-enacted in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

Today, in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, young people from Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School and Midleton College, accepted the invitation of the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton, to join him, some of the clergy of the Diocese, Dr … Continue reading

Posted in Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School, Bishops of Cork, Cathedral, Church History, Church of Ireland, Commemoration, Diocese, Disestablishment, Drama, Midleton College, People from Cork, People from the Diocese, Preamble and Declaration, Schools in the Diocese, Sesquicentenary

Peter Gets Midleton College Singing!

Peter Stobart, Director of the Cork Diocesan Church Music Scheme was the guest at Midleton College on Monday 11th February. He came to put first and second year students through their hymn singing paces. His energetic style and infectious enthusiasm … Continue reading

Posted in Church Music, Diocesan Church Music Scheme, Education, Midleton College

Names of All 4200 Cork Casualties of WWI will be on Public View in One Place for the first time in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral on 11th November

There is no one memorial in Cork to the c. 4,200 casualties from Cork City and County.  ‘There should be’ says Bishop Paul Colton, the Church of Ireland Bishop, ‘but there isn’t.’ On Sunday afternoon, 11th November, however, all the … Continue reading

Posted in Anniversaries, Ashton School, Bandon Grammar School, Cathedral, Centenaries in Ireland, Centenary, Church in Society, Church Services, Community Involvement, Contemporary Issues, Diocese, Education, Midleton College, Remembrance, Remembrance Sunday, Schools in the Diocese

New Partnership between Midleton College, County Cork and the Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross is Inaugurated

A new stage in the long history of connections between Midleton College (founded in 1696) and the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, has been inaugurated with the arrival of the Reverend Andrew Orr to serve as Chaplain to … Continue reading

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