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Bishop of Derry and Raphoe offers Dioceses’ condolences following death of Duke of Edinburgh

Bishop Andrew Forster has offered condolences to the Royal Family on behalf of the parishioners of Derry and Raphoe following the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Statement by the Bishop of Down and Dromore on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh

The Rt Revd David McClay, Bishop of Down and Dromore, has expressed his condolences on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Mrs Elizabeth McClure and Mr Neville Pogue receive Royal Maundy Money

The Diocese of Armagh congratulates two local people who have received the gift of Royal Maundy money from Her Majesty the Queen.

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Watch: Maundy Thursday Reflection by Archbishop Michael Jackson

Maundy Thursday is traditionally the day when those in ministry renew their vows of calling and response to God.

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Royal Maundy honour for Diocesan stalwarts

Two members of the Church of Ireland from the Diocese of Derry and Raphoe have been honoured by The Queen with Maundy Gifts this year in recognition of their service to the church and the local community.

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Stanley Tomkins honoured with Maundy money

Warmest congratulations to Mr Stanley Tomkins from Christ Church, Kilkeel, who is one of this year’s recipients of the Royal Maundy money. Bishop David nominated Stanley, 83, for his tireless charitable and community work.

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Myrtle Kerr, a pioneer in reconciliation in Northern Ireland, honoured with Royal Maundy

Mrs Myrtle Kerr, who at the height of ‘The Troubles’ worked tirelessly for reconciliation alongside her husband, the late Revd Cecil Kerr, has been honoured with the Royal Maundy money.

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Maundy money honour for Antrim parishioner Paddy

Congratulations to Mrs Paddy Wallace, a parishioner of All Saints’, Antrim, Diocese of Connor, who today received the gift of Maundy Money from Her Majesty the Queen.

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Saintfield Parish rise to the 40:40 Lent Challenge

by the Revd Chris Pollock

At the beginning of Lent, Saintfield Parish set itself a 40:40 challenge – to put one item of food or toiletries per day in a box, for 40 days. This was to support The Larder Foodbank on Mersey Street with whom we partner.

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Voices: The Voice of Love Still Speaks

A lesson in love from the servant Jesus. John Menagh shares from John 13: 1–17 and the worship is led by Mount Merrion Church.

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