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Church of Ireland parish to the fore in Dunmanway tourism launch

The official launch of a new Dunmanway tourism brochure, website and tourist information point, featuring the parish’s links with Sam Maguire, recently took place.

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Worship through the ages

Worship has been offered daily in Saint Patrick’s for centuries – so come and join us during Heritage Week (20–24 August) as we journey through 800 years of worship with five services charting the liturgical heritage of this ancient house of prayer.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Bishops get close–up view of Bogside rioting

A hijacked van was set on fire at the bottom of the Lecky Road flyover as two bishops left the Bogside after meeting people affected by this week’s interface violence in Londonderry.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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RCB participates in charities advisory group

Kate Williams, the Representative Church Body’s Head of Finance (pictured third from right), attended the first meeting of the Charities Governance Code Advisory Group yesterday, 5 July.

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Honorary degree was not expected says former Dean

Former Dean of Belfast, the Very Rev John Mann, has described his honorary degree from Ulster University as a surprise and ‘a huge honour.’

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Faith rewarded on St Thomas’s feast day in Cashel

The faith of the Rector of the Clondehorkey Parish Group was rewarded on Tuesday evening – the Feast of St Thomas – when his parishioners forsook the televised World Cup clash between England and Colombia and instead packed St Columba’s Church in Cashel, to greet their Bishop, the Rt Rev Ken Good.

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A prayer for the farming community at a time of drought

From the Archbishop of Dublin

With drought or near–drought conditions set to continue across the country, our thoughts once again turn to members of the farming community.

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Eco approach to rural churchyard in West Cork

Some graveyards are beautifully manicured with neatly cut grass while others have a more natural, even wild appearance. Myross churchyard, at Union Hall in West Cork, falls into the latter category.

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