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Wedding Dress and Christening Robes Festival & Vintage Cars Display

4th–6th August 2018

A Wedding Dress and Christening Robes Festival & Vintage Cars Display will take place at the Church of Ireland in Manorhamilton, to raise donations for church restoration, over the August bank holiday weekend.

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Diocesan News

Taunagh Church Bicentenary Celebration 1818–2018

16th–19th August 2018

Taunagh Parish Church, Riverstown, Co. Sligo, will be celebrating 200 years with a festival of events, from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th August.

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RCB Library Notes

Gazette digitization project reaches 80–year milestone

Following on from last month’s latest presentation, featuring the particular story of the Ettagh lightning strike, the RCB Library’s service provider Informa has been working on further editions.

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Priorities Fund

Priorities Fund is now open for applications

The Church of Ireland Priorities Fund is now open for applications. The fund provides resources for growth within the Church of Ireland and the wider community.

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Diocesan News

New rector instituted to Aghavea Parish

The institution of the Revd Johnny McLoughlin as Rector of Aghavea Parish, was conducted by the Bishop of Clogher, the Right Revd John McDowell, on Friday evening, 29th June, the Feast of St Peter.

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Diocesan News

Children of the Bethany Home remembered at annual service

The annual Service of Remembrance for the children of the Bethany Home in Dublin took place in Mount Jerome Cemetery on Friday afternoon (June 29).

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Diocesan News

Corpus Christi College Choir begins tour of Ireland

The choir of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, will be in Dublin, Belfast and Enniskillen this month for a series of concerts.

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RCB Library Notes

The Caddy Cartoons: hidden aspects in a Church of Ireland parish register

In addition to approximately 70,000 books, the RCB Library is the repository for the records of some 1,110 parishes. These registers often contain baptism, marriage, and burial records, but also numerous other items, such as vestry books, account minutes, and confirmation records, as well as other miscellaneous items.

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Archive of the Month

The Caddy Cartoons

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from the Irish Times

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