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Lockdown books raise funds for Ugandan hospital

How do you fundraise when a pandemic stops all face–to face events? During lockdown, Ballyholme parishioner Andrew Gowdy decided to try his hand at writing some children’s books and has so far raised over £5,000 for Kiwoko Hospital, Luwero.

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St Anne’s, Shandon, hosts Cork LGBTI+ Awareness Week 2021

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Joe Kavanagh, accompanied by the Lady Mayoress, Stephanie Kavanagh, hoisted the progressive rainbow flag at Cork City Hall on Sunday 16th May to mark the start of Cork LGBTI+ Awareness Week 2021.

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Two new Cork rectors worship with parishioners in person for the first time

Two new rectors in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross had their first opportunity since their arrival in the Diocese to worship together with their parishioners in person in their local churches in recent days.

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The Reverend Tony Murphy’s walk for the Cork, Cloyne and Ross Burundi Project

The Revd Tony Murphy shares a diary of his walk across the Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, to raise funds for Christian Aid.

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Diocesan News

A new rector for Willowfield Church

Welcome to the Revd Clive Atkinson who has been instituted as incumbent of Willowfield following 18 years of ministry with the Anglican Church in Switzerland.

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Press Releases

A tour of the Church of Ireland in photos – Day 4

A conclusion to our tour of the Church of Ireland’s ministry and mission as seen through the photo galleries for each of our dioceses.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Diocesan News

Faith leaders unite in prayerful solidarity in a wounded world

As Covid–19 infections continue to cause immense suffering in India and other parts of the globe, Archbishop Michael Jackson joined faith leaders in Dublin as they united in prayer for a wounded world on Wednesday May 12.

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‘A new day is dawning’ – Joy as churches reopen

Parishioners and members of the wider community in Rathmichael were joined by Archbishop Michael Jackson on Monday May 10 as churches reopened for public worship after four and a half months of lockdown.

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RCB Library Notes

Click–and–Collect at the RCB Library

In light of the welcome news of some easing of restrictions, the RCB Library is pleased to announce the availability of our Click–and–Collect service for printed books.

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