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Hardback edition of ‘Irish Anglicanism, 1969–2019’ sells out

The hardback edition of ‘Irish Anglicanism, 1969–2019: Essays to mark the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland’ has sold out completely in just three weeks.

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Looking at faith with the possibility of humour

Latest volume of Braemor Series launched

What might happen to our faith if we approached it open to the possibility of humour? This is the central question posed by the Revd Dr Ian Mills, author of the latest volume of the Braemor Series, ‘The Hermeneutics of Humour: A Serious Look at the Lighter Side of Faith’.

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Reviews for ‘Generous Love in Multi–Faith Ireland’

The Revd Suzanne Cousins’ dissertation on Christian–Muslim engagement – ‘Generous Love in Multi–Faith Ireland’ – has been positively reviewed in two church publications over recent months.

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Style guide now available online

A comprehensive and user–friendly writing and reference guide for students of the Church of Ireland Theological Institute is now available online.

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Sunday and Weekday Readings 2018 Booklet Now Available

Church of Ireland Publishing has announced that Sunday and Weekday Readings 2018 is now available.

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New print run of ‘Rebel Prods’ now available

A new print run of the book ‘Rebel Prods: The Forgotten Story of Protestant Radical Nationalists and the 1916 Rising’ is now available through the Church of Ireland’s online bookstore.

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New print run for ‘Rebel Prods’

Due to the unprecedented success of the book Rebel Prods, the publisher, Ashfield Press, is going to print another 300 copies.

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New Course Helps Pilgrims Learn About the Holy Land

A new course on pilgrimage to the Holy Land has been launched. The course is entitled Pilgrimage and has been written by the Revd Ken Rue, Chairman of the Dublin and Glendalough Council for Mission and Assistant Priest in Wicklow and Killiskey.

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New Edition of 18th Century Book Provides Fascinating Insights

A new book featuring the letters of Archbishop Hugh Boulter paints a richer picture of the 18th century Archbishop of Armagh, who is often considered a one dimensional character.

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Two New Braemor Studies Books on the theme of the Relational Church Launched at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, Dublin

CITI with Church of Ireland Publishing has produced Volumes 5 & 6 in the Braemor Studies series – they were formally launched by Canon Adrian Chatfield at a special reception held last night (21st October) at CITI.

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