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News from Eco–Congregation Ireland

The latest edition of the Eco–Congregation Ireland newsletter highlights events, case studies and suggested activities to help parishes take a greater interest in the environment.

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Pilgrimage of hope arrives at Messines

The cross–community pilgrimage of hope, led by the Archbishops of Armagh, arrived at Messines on the morning of Friday, 1st June. On the previous evening, the pilgrims attended the Menin Gate Last Post ceremony.

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Archive of the Month

A Bolt from the Blue – Predictable and Unpredictable Events in a Midland Parish

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Priorities Fund

A farewell and welcome from the Priorities Fund

The Church of Ireland Priorities Fund Committee has taken the opportunity to express its sincere thanks to Mrs Sylvia Simpson who is retiring from her position of Priorities Fund Organiser.

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Pilgrimage of hope commences

A pilgrimage of hope to historic and poignant sites relating to the First World War, led by the two Archbishops of Armagh, has commenced with visits to the city of Kortrijk, in Belgium, and Guillemont Cemetery, in France.

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Summer edition of SEARCH to focus on science and faith

The new edition of SEARCH: A Church of Ireland Journal will focus on ‘Science and Faith: Partners or Rivals?’.

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Archbishops of Armagh to jointly lead a Pilgrimage of Hope to Messines 30th May–1st June 2018

The pilgrimage will include a visit to the Island of Ireland Peace Park, Messines, and a wreath–laying ceremony at the Menin Gate, Ypres.

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Diocesan News

A time of ‘transition and uncertainty’ Bishop Good tells Dunfanaghy parishioners

Ireland is experiencing a time of transition and uncertainty, the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe told parishioners in Dunfanaghy, on Sunday, at the dedication and blessing of the newly restored Holy Trinity Church in north west Donegal.

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Council for Mission

Council for Mission publishes ‘Radiant Faith’

Radiant Faith: Living out the Five Marks of Mission has been produced by the Church of Ireland Council for Mission with contributions from all 12 dioceses. The Five Marks of Mission express the Anglican Communion’s common commitment to an understanding of God’s mission.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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