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‘Peace needs to be nurtured and cherished’ – Bishop–elect Forster

The Bishop–elect of Derry and Raphoe, the Ven Andrew Forster, says every single one of us has a role to play in building peace and building up our community. His comments came during his first public interview since his election as Bishop Ken Good’s successor.

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Press Releases

The Venerable Andrew Forster elected as new Bishop of Derry and Raphoe

It was announced today that the Episcopal Electoral College for the Diocese of Derry and Raphoe meeting in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, has elected the Venerable Andrew Forster as the new Bishop of Derry and Raphoe.

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Archbishop of Dublin expresses solidarity with Muslim community

The Archbishop of Dublin has expressed sorrow and solidarity with members of Muslim communities who have experienced racist attacks or prejudice.

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Board of Education (R.O.I.)

Service for new academic year

A service of choral evensong for the opening of the academic year in schools will take place in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, on Thursday, 19th September.

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Diocesan News

Charlie Chaplin Film Festival Service in Waterville

On August 25th, St Michael’s Church, Waterville, was once again the venue for the ecumenical Service that forms an integral part of the annual Charlie Chaplin Film Festival.

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Diocesan News

Roses at St John’s, Ashe Street, Tralee

It has been a long standing tradition that Roses and their escorts attend the various churches in Tralee on the Sunday morning of the festival.

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Diocesan News

Psalms Online with Church Music Dublin

Church Music Dublin has commenced an ambitious project to put the Psalm(s) for each Sunday of the liturgical year online, with an accompanying chant.

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Diocesan News

InSpire kids trail to be launched at Belfast Cathedral

Belfast Cathedral recently partnered with Sean Greer Design in an effort to open the Cathedral space up more to families and schools.

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Disestablishment 150

Heritage Week lectures at IAA

As part of the Church of Ireland’s programme of events to mark the 150th anniversary of its Disestablishment, a lunchtime lecture series organised by the RCB Library ran at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA), 45 Merrion Square, Dublin, during Heritage Week.

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RCB Library Notes

Heritage Week lectures at IAA

As part of the Church of Ireland’s programme of events to mark the 150th anniversary of its Disestablishment, a lunchtime lecture series organised by the RCB Library ran at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA), 45 Merrion Square, Dublin, during Heritage Week.

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