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Bishop Harold Miller announces his retirement

The Church of Ireland Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Revd Harold Miller, has announced he is to retire after more than 22 years in the post.

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New appointment to Kilskeery and Trillick parishes

The Board of Nomination for the parishes of Kilskeery and Trillick in Clogher Diocese has appointed the Revd Philip Bryson, as their Rector.

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Music in Calary

21st–27th June

The following are the programmes for music in the coming week in Calary Church, Co. Wicklow.

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Summer Music at Sandford

Summer Music in Sandford features lunchtime performances on each Friday in June, July and August. Concerts begin at 1.10pm and admission is free with donations welcome.

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Connor to extend partnership with Yei Diocese, South Sudan

Connor Diocese is to extend its partnership with the Diocese of Yei, South Sudan, for a further two years.

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Press Releases

Statement from the Family of Valerie French–Kilroy

The family of Valerie French–Kilroy – her mother, brother and sisters – have asked that the following statement be issued on their behalf by the Dean of Ross, the Very Reverend Christopher Peters, and their Bishop, Dr Paul Colton.

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Helping parishes to prevent scams

A range of resources to help parishes to prevent scams is now available on the Church of Ireland website.

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Diocesan News

‘The message is not the problem’

What does it mean to be a Christian in Ireland today?

‘What does it mean to you to be a Christian in Ireland today?’ was the question pondered by panellists in this year’s Ecumenical Bible Week Thinking Allowed event last Thursday.

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‘Being Christian in Ireland Today’

Symposium explores theological, political and ecological viewpoints

The Church may have lost its dominant position in Irish society but there is plenty of hope for Christians today. That was the resounding message from Ecumenical Bible Week’s 2019 symposium which took place in the Holy Cross Diocesan Centre, Dublin, last Thursday.

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