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St Michan’s Church crypt to reopen to the public following vandalism

Head of 800 year old mummy returns to resting place

The crypt housing the mummies at St Michan’s Church, Church Street, Dublin 7, will reopen to the public on Tuesday next, July 9, at 11am.

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Press Releases

Youth and Children’s Ministry training opportunities (RI)

Starting in September 2019

Well done to the nine students on this year’s Aurora course have successfully achieved a certificate in Youth Ministry. The third year of the Youth Ministry Certificate will begin in September, and the Children’s Ministry Certificate will be launched at the same time.

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Council for Mission

Tell – the first Mark of Mission

A video from the Council for Mission

A two–minute video from the Church of Ireland Council for Mission shows how two parishes – in Belfast and Co. Sligo – are living out the first Mark of Mission by proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom of God.

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Church and Society Commission

Church and Society Commission calls for action on infected blood compensation

The Church and Society Commission of the Church of Ireland has written to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to request an increase in welfare payments for people living in Northern Ireland who have been infected or otherwise affected by blood contamination.

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Diocesan News

Limerick & Killaloe Diocesan Synod 2019

The Limerick and Killaloe Diocesan Synod met on Saturday 29th June in Villiers School, Limerick.

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Board of Education (R.O.I.)

General Synod Board of Education (RI) delegation participates in Top Level Symposium on Future of Small Primary Schools

At the invitation of the Joe McHugh, TD, Minister for Education and Skills, representatives of the General Synod Board of Education (RI) attended a top level symposium, involving all stakeholders and partners in education, on the role and future of small primary schools.

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Archive of the Month

Archbishop John Alen (c. 1476–1534) and his Register

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RCB Library Notes

Online release of the digitized Alen Register showcases pre–Reformation world in Dublin & Glendalough

As the RCB Library continues its efforts to digitize and make more resources available to a worldwide audience, a second of its most significant medieval manuscripts: the Liber Niger Alani being the record of John Alen (c.1476–1534), Archbishop of Dublin and Glendalough, 1530–34 (RCB Library D6/3) is now digitally available for public consultation on the Church of Ireland website.

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Irish Times Notes

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