The Rt Revd Andrew Forster, Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, has issued the following statement on the death of Dr Tom McGinley.
This Lent, please join Bishop David McClay for a series of 40 daily reflections in Nehemiah. The Diocese of Down and Dromore will be sharing a short film every day from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday.
Following the success of the Christmas collaboration, when singers and choirs in Dublin and Glendalough and beyond recorded a carol service to a high standard, a similar project is planned with John Stainer’s well–known ‘The Crucifixion’.
Two new Canons have been elected to serve on the Chapter of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.
The Most Revd John McDowell, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, has issued a statement following the publication of the Research Report on Mother and Baby Homes and Magdalene Laundries in Northern Ireland.
Public health guidance and restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are outlined at the following links from the Northern Ireland Executive and the Government of Ireland. Please note extension of current lockdowns in both jurisdictions to Friday, 5th March.
In the third of his short reflections for Epiphany 2021, Archbishop Michael Jackson looks at St Mark 1: 14–20, which includes Jesus’ call to his disciples to be fishers of men.
From the Archbishop of Armagh and the Bishops of Derry and Raphoe, Down and Dromore, and Connor, following the Northern Ireland Executive’s decision to extend Covid–19 restrictions.