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Installation of Bishop George Davison in Belfast Cathedral

The Rt Rev George Davison, Bishop of Connor, was installed in Belfast Cathedral at a Service of Choral Evensong on Sunday March 13.

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Marking the Day of Remembrance and Recognition in Cork

Following the Government announcement that 18th March 2022 would be a public holiday, described by An Tánaiste as a ‘day of remembrance and recognition’, the clergy of Cork, Cloyne and Ross agreed to open churches across the Diocese to make symbolical, liturgical and prayerful space for remembrance and recognition.

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Black Santa sit–out for Ukraine

‘We cannot watch and do nothing’

Belfast’s Black Santa will take to the steps of St Anne’s Cathedral on March 9 for a special sit–out to raise funds to support those fleeing the war in Ukraine.

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9th century crozier returns to the Shankill

Queen’s University and the Greater Shankill Partnership have been working together with the Shankill’s shamrock shaped St Matthew’s Church to mark its 150th anniversary.

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News from around the Church of Ireland

Welcome to our weekly round–up of news from around the Church of Ireland’s dioceses and parishes.

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A letter for Ash Wednesday 2022

From the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glendalough.

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Ulster University to honour Bishop Ken Good

A former Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, the Rt Rev Ken Good, is one of ten leaders who are to be recognised with honorary degrees by Ulster University for their “outstanding contributions” locally and globally.

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Prayer meeting for Ukraine and aid collection by local church

An informal evening of prayer for the ongoing situation in Ukraine will be held in St Stephen’s Parish Church, Millfield, on Wednesday evening. Carnmoney Presbyterian Church is also running an appeal to collect essential items for Ukrainian refugees.

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Mothers’ Union All Ireland Festival Service in Armagh

This year’s Mothers’ Union All Ireland Festival Service took place on Sunday, 27th February 2022, in St Patrick’s Cathedral Armagh.

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Bishop David McClay calls for continued prayers for Ukraine

Bishop David McClay has asked for continued prayer for Ukraine and highlighted a local appeal to collect essential items for refugees from the country.

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