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Cork Church of Ireland clergy undertake team leadership training programme

Clergy from the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross recently completed a QQI (Level 6) Team Leadership Management Module at Northridge House Education and Research Centre.

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From Sweden to Larne

A group of six visitors from the Swedish Diocese of Linköping spent a number of days in Larne as guests of the Parish of Larne and Inver, Glynn and Raloo.

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New Diocesan Readers for Armagh

On Sunday 17th June, three new Diocesan Readers were commissioned in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, by Archbishop Richard Clarke.

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Bishop Storey welcomes appointment of new Bishop of Meath

Bishop Pat Storey, the Church of Ireland Bishop of Meath and Kildare, has welcomed the appointment of Canon Thomas Deenihan as the new Roman Catholic Bishop of Meath.

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New Rector appointed to Clones Group of Parishes

The Bishop of Clogher, the Right Revd John McDowell, has appointed the Revd Roy Taylor as Incumbent of the Clones Group of Parishes.

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‘The Big Day’ Wedding Dress Festival opens this week

Preparations are being finalised for ‘The Big Day’ Wedding Dress Festival, at St Columb’s Cathedral in Derry–Londonderry, which will be officially opened on Thursday evening by Lady Christine Eames.

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Statement of good wishes by the Right Rev Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, in response to the announcement of the appointment of Cork’s Canon Tom Deenihan as Bishop of Meath

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Be ‘in the world but not of the world,’ Bishop Harold Miller tells Diocesan Synod

In his 22nd Presidential Address as bishop, the Rt Revd Harold Miller told Down and Dromore Synod that to be faithful to Jesus Christ in this place and at this time, “we are called to be ‘in the world’, and indeed, a blessing to the world, but not ‘of the world’.”

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West Cork History Festival announces 2018 programme

The West Cork History Festival, of which the Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton, is one of the patrons, will run from 16–19 August.

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Church of Ireland healthcare chaplain in Cork contributes chapter to new book on paediatric chaplaincy

Canon Dr Daniel Nuzum has contributed a chapter to a new book – ‘Paediatric Chaplaincy: principles, practices and skills’ – on ministry amongst neonatal patients and those who cannot speak.

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