Category Archives: Voluntary Work

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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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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Two New Readers Licensed in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

On Tuesday, 8th June, the eve of the feast of Saint Columba, the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, licensed two new readers – Alan Clohessy and Dr Kieran Hogan – to the Office … Continue reading

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Final diary update – the Rev. Tony Murphy’s 100km walk in aid of the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Maize Project in Burundi exceeds €10,000 target

Walk4 Burundi : Diary Update Week 4 (of 4) 24th May: One aspect of this fundraising campaign has been the envelopes which have dropped through my letterbox with cheques, cash and supporting messages. These became quite a motivational feature as … 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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