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Rosscarbery Union holds Confirmation Service at St Fachtna’s Cathedral

On Sunday, 12th September 2021, the first of two Confirmation Services that day was held at St Fachtna’s Cathedral in Rosscarbery.

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Ordination of priests in Connor Diocese

St Nicholas’ Parish Church, Carrickfergus, hosted a Service of Ordination of Priests for Connor Diocese on Sunday September 12.

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Opening of community garden in Ballymoney

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Richard Holmes, officially opened the Quiet Garden in the grounds of St Patrick’s Church, Ballymoney, Diocese of Connor, on Saturday September 11.

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Youth and children’s leaders gather in Connor

Youth and children’s leaders in Connor Diocese came together to ‘Rebuild’ and look positively to the future at an event hosted by St Patrick’s, Broughshane, on September 11.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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Church leaders call on Government to provide 100% redress for mica and pyrite families

Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops, and a leading Presbyterian clergyman, have called on the Irish Government to offer full and immediate redress to the thousands of people whose homes have been affected by the mica/pyrite crisis.

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Christian Unity and Dialogue

The Anglican Centre in Rome

A Q&A with Bishop Michael Burrows

The Rt Revd Michael Burrows, Bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory, has been involved with the Anglican Centre in Rome for many years and is now the Chair of its International Board. Here, he explains some of the work of the Centre and the significant role the Church of Ireland plays in it.

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RCB Library Notes

Library to re–open gradually to the public through new online booking system

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Diocesan News

Parish Picnic for Knock

The parishioners of St Columba’s, Knock, recently spent a marvellous Sunday afternoon at a Parish Picnic and Sunday School/Crèche Prize Giving.

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Vintage Tea Party in Upper Kilwarlin

On a thankfully pleasant Saturday 4 September, St John’s Upper Kilwarlin, hosted a ‘Vintage Tea Party’ in the rectory grounds in aid of their new parochial hall.

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