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Bishop–elect of Cashel, Waterford, Lismore, Ferns, Ossory & Leighlin

Bishop–elect of Cashel, Waterford, Lismore, Ferns, Ossory & Leighlin

The Ven Adrian Wilkinson

Crest of Diocese of Cashel, Ferns & Ossory

Bishop–elect of Cashel, Waterford, Lismore, Ferns, Ossory & Leighlin
c/o Diocesan Office
The Palace Coach House
Church Lane
Kilkenny

(056) 776 1910

The Cathedral Church of St John the Baptist and St Patrick’s Rock, Cashel

www.cashelunion.ie

Cashel, resting at the heart of Tipperary’s Golden Vale, is an epicentre of Irish and European heritage, with a history which predates the discovery of America and the New World by over a millennium.

Dean

The Very Reverend James Mulhall

The Cathedral Church of St Edan, Ferns

cashel.anglican.org/?p=1554

The Cathedral Church of St Edan is situated in Ferns, the ancient capital of Leinster and has strong links with St David’s of the Church in Wales.

Dean

The Very Reverend Paul Mooney

(053) 9366 124

dean@ferns.anglican.org

The Cathedral Church of St Canice, Kilkenny

www.stcanicescathedral.ie

The 13th century cathedral of St Canice is the second longest cathedral in Ireland. The site on which the cathedral stands has been a site of Christian worship since the 6th century.

Dean

The Very Reverend Stephen Farrell

(056) 776 4971

dean@ossory.anglican.org

The Cathedral Church of St Laserian, Leighlin

www.saintlaserianscathedral-parishes.ie

St Laserian’s Cathedral in County Carlow is one of the undiscovered gems in Ireland and is a magnificent example of a late 12th century cathedral.

Dean

The Very Reverend Tom Gordon

The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, Christ Church, Waterford

www.christchurchwaterford.com

The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Christ Church was built on a site of Christian worship which dates back to 1050 and probably before.

Dean

The Very Reverend Bruce Hayes

The Cathedral Church of St Carthage, Lismore

cashel.anglican.org/?p=1551

Lismore Cathedral dedicated to Cartagh, also spelled Carthage, was founded in 635 by Mochuda who took the name of his teacher Cartagh so that it might not be forgotten, so the one man has two names!

Dean

The Very Reverend Paul Draper

Diocesan Officers

  • Diocesan Secretary

    Diocesan Office
    The Palace Coach House
    Church Lane
    Kilkenny

    Tel: (056) 776 1910

    Fax: (056) 775 1813

  • Diocesan Communications Officer

    Tel: (085) 801 0720

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