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The importance of listening to one another in the context of our centenary commemorations in Ireland

‘In the context of our centenary commemorations, attentive listening to one another, dialogue and engagement have become more important than ever’ according to the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork, Dr Paul Colton.

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Cork launch of ‘Praying Together’ – Prayers for Primary School Assemblies

On Thursday 6 February 2020, the President of Dublin City University (DCU) Prof. Brian MacCraith, launched Praying Together – a new collection of prayers for primary school assemblies.

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Appointment of the Rev Andrew Orr as an Honorary Canon of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork

with special responsibility for a focus on the environment and climate change

The Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, is delighted to announce that he has appointed the Reverend Andrew Orr, Chaplain to Midleton College, and also Priest of Youghal Union of Parishes, to the additional position of Honorary Canon at St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork.

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Bishop David is installed in Dromore Cathedral

Bishop David McClay has been installed in Dromore Cathedral, following his ordination and installation in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast.

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Appointment of new Archdeacon of Down

Bishop David McClay has appointed the Revd Canon Ken Higgins as the Archdeacon of Down.

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Two canons appointed to Down Cathedral

The Revd Bill Press (rector of Knockbreda) and the Revd Helene Steed (rector of Dundela), have both accepted Bishop David’s invitation to become canons in Down Cathedral.

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Down Cathedral has an award–winning welcome

Down Cathedral’s Welcome Ministry has received special recognition from CIE Tours International at their awards ceremony in Dublin.

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‘Sanctify this space with your presence’

Archbishop dedicates Temple Carrig School Chapel

“This space is made sacred by your presence and the things you do here.” So said Archbishop Michael Jackson when he dedicated the chapel, or ‘Red Room’, in Temple Carrig School in Greystones (Diocese of Glendalough) on Thursday February 6.

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New book of prayers gives voice to Church of Ireland primary schools

Pupils, teachers and people connected with Church of Ireland primary schools have all contributed to a new book of prayers which can be used in school assemblies.

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Irish Times Notes

Church of Ireland Notes from ‘The Irish Times’

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