The ‘War to end all Wars’ came to an end on Monday 11th November 1918. After over four years of fighting and death, it was finally over.
One of the historic churches on a site linked with early Christian settlements and a monastic order on Devenish Island is currently undergoing a significant restoration project on its stonework to protect it for future generations.
A Service of Choral Evensong was held in St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen, on Sunday, 4th November to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the opening of the first Royal school in Fermanagh.
In common with churches, community groups, regions and nations around the world, the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross will be commemorating the end of the First World War in the coming days.
The Royal Irish Regiment ‘family,’ including serving members and relatives of those who have served in the past, gathered in their hundreds in Belfast Cathedral for a poignant Service of Remembrance on November 4.
The Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke, spoke on different aspects of health and wholeness in the Church, society and the wider world, and emphasised the importance of good mental health in his Presidential Synod Address on Saturday morning (3 November) at the 2018 Armagh Diocesan Synod
The focus of the Armagh Diocesan Synod on Saturday (3 November) was very much on looking to the future ministry of the church and the diocese.