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800 year old mummy’s head restored to rightful position as St Michan’s crypt reopens

The 800 year old mummy known as the ‘Crusader’ is back on display in Dublin. The crypt housing the mummies at St Michan’s Church, Church Street, reopened to the public on Wednesday morning, 9 July 2019.

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Diocesan News

Death of Mrs Mary Moore

A statement from the Bishop of Connor, the Rt Revd Alan Abernethy.

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Press Releases

Summer outreach ideas from Children’s Ministry videos

Our Children’s Ministry videos are full of ideas for helping children and their families to enjoy being part of our church families as we love and follow Jesus together.

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Disestablishment 150

Disestablishment 150: What’s on

A summary of current and forthcoming events to mark the 150th anniversary of the Church of Ireland’s Disestablishment.

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Diocesan News

A statement from the Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Revd Harold Miller, on yesterday’s vote on the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill

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Diocesan News

Bishop of Clogher pays tribute to Sir Anthony Hart

Bishop McDowell has paid tribute to Sir Anthony as a very proud son of County Fermanagh, and a person of wide experience, deep legal knowledge and unshakable integrity, whose advice was beyond price.

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Diocesan News

Sudden death of Sir Anthony Hart

Sir Anthony Hart died this morning in London after a severe heart attack. Please pray for his widow, Mary and the family at this time of sudden grief.

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Disestablishment 150

‘Rural parishes are as much “the Church” as big city and suburban parishes’ – Bishop Paul Colton

Preaching in the most westerly Church of Ireland church building in Cork, Cloyne and Ross, and the most southerly Church of Ireland church on the island of Ireland, the Church of Saint Brendan the Navigator in Crookhaven, Bishop Paul Colton reflected on the challenges facing the Church in sparsely populated rural areas in Ireland.

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Church and Society Commission

Statement on the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill

The Rt Revd Dr Kenneth Kearon, Bishop of Limerick and Killaloe, and Chair of the Church and Society Commission, has issued the following statement in relation to proposed amendments to the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill, to be discussed at Westminster tomorrow.

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