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Our website’s diocesan news section will be changing in format next week, to bring together reports across the Church of Ireland in a weekly–roundup each Wednesday.

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Helping the planet: ‘Wear Your Wellies to Church Sundays’ resume in Carlow

Children in Carlow Union of Parishes have seen their favourite Sunday Club session – Wear Your Wellies to Church Sundays – recommence.

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New Curate appointed to Enniskillen Cathedral

Curate Assistant, the Revd Christopher West, who has been serving as Curate Assistant in Taney Parish in the Diocese of Dublin, has been appointed to St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen, in the Diocese of Clogher.

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Commissioning of Diocesan Reader and Diocesan Pastoral Assistants

A service to mark the Admission and Licensing of a new Diocesan Reader and Commissioning of four new Diocesan Pastoral Assistants, conducted by Bishop Ian Ellis, has taken place in Clogher Diocese.

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Retirement Service for Bishop Kenneth Kearon

On Sunday 31st October, there was an historic service at St Mary’s Cathedral in Limerick to mark the retirement of Bishop Kenneth as our diocesan bishop; it was also the last Diocesan service for the Diocese of Limerick and Killaloe,

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Parish life in Bantry and Durrus with Canon Paul Willoughby

“People and Places” is back this week with a video from Kilmocomogue Union of Parishes.

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National Heritage Award for mosaics at the Church of the Ascension, Timoleague

The mosaics at the Church of the Ascension, Timoleague in Kilgariffe Union of Parishes were awarded the National Heritage Award for County Cork in 2021.

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St Matthew’s, Keady, launch ‘buy a slate’ fund raising project

Keady Parish are raising funds for a major roof renovation which the church urgently needs.

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Drumbeg youngsters call for climate justice ahead of COP26

Young people in Drumbeg Parish are sending a message to world leaders, demanding ‘climate justice’ for developing countries ahead of make–or–break talks being held in Glasgow next month.

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New role will support church plant and pioneer leaders

Bishop David McClay has invited the Right Revd Darren McCartney to become Warden for Pioneer Leaders and Church Plant Leaders.

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