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‘Practical Action on the Cost of Living’ – New booklet produced to share local responses

The Church of Ireland’s Church and Society Commission has published a short booklet with suggestions for how parishes, and other ministries and similar organisations in their local communities, can help to serve people in need at this time.

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RCB Library Notes

Maps and Plans for Counties Mayo, Galway and Sligo 1753–1873

October’s Archive of the Month from the RCB Library returns to the Diocesan Records of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (D5 & D5A), focusing on the extensive collection of maps and plans (1753–1873) which forms an integral part of this important archive.

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Press Releases

Church of Ireland announces 74 mental health projects on World Mental Health Day 2022

To mark World Mental Health Day 2022, the Church of Ireland is delighted to announce a series of seed funding projects that will be taking place across the island.

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Press Releases

A joint statement by the Archbishops and the Bishop of Derry & Raphoe

“May all who have been affected in any way by the tragedy know the presence of the God of all comfort very near to them.”

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Diocesan News

Statement by Bishop of Derry and Raphoe on Creeslough explosion

“I ask people to keep the bereaved and injured in their prayers, and to remember, too, members of the emergency services – and the people of Creeslough – who have been doing their utmost to save lives. We, as a community, owe them an enormous debt of gratitude.”

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Diocesan News

Dublin & Glendalough Synods 2022

“It is our calling under God to live in a time of vision, not division,” Archbishop Michael Jackson said this evening (Tuesday October 4). In his Presidential Address to Dublin & Glendalough’s Diocesan Synods, he called on the people of the dioceses to adopt a “hierarchy of urgency” setting new priorities and shaking up values to look and live beyond ourselves.

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Diocesan News

Cherishing wisdom – Service marks start of New Law Term

The commencement of the new Law Term was marked on Monday morning (October 3) with a service in St Michan’s Church in Dublin 7. Attended by a range of people associated with Ireland’s justice system, as well as some from the UK, the Michaelmas New Law Term Service made a comeback after a two year gap.

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Press Releases

‘Together in apostolic tradition’ – Student Readers commissioned in CITI

“We are all together in this apostolic tradition,” Archbishop Michael Jackson told Ordinands in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute on Wednesday evening (October 5). He commissioned seven first year students as Student Readers during the Community Eucharist.

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Press Releases

Church of Ireland Youth Department launches Climate Justice Toolkit

The Church of Ireland Youth Department (CIYD) is delighted to launch its Climate Justice Toolkit – a resource pack which explores climate change from a global justice perspective.

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