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Synod report 2016

Synod report 2016

  BISHOP ASKS FOR ‘MOOD CHANGE’ AT SYNOD 2016 Bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory Michael Burrows wasn’t mincing his words in his presidential address to the Synod held in Enniscorthy, County Wexford on October 20th last. In a thought-provoking sermon based on the gospel of the day – Luke 12: 39-48 – about how […]

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  November 21, 2016   No comments
Roman Catholic Bishop preaches at Remembrance Service in Waterford

Roman Catholic Bishop preaches at Remembrance Service in Waterford

Roman Catholic Bishop of Waterford and Lismore preaches at Remembrance Service in Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford The most Reverend Alphonsus Cullinan, Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, preached for the first time in Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford, on Remembrance Sunday, November 13th last. “This was an important event,” says Dean of Waterford, the Very Reverend Maria […]

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  November 18, 2016   No comments
BISHOP MICHAEL VISITS MART

BISHOP MICHAEL VISITS MART

BISHOP MICHAEL GOES TO THE MART Bishop Michael Burrows, Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory visited Carlow Mart last Monday. Carlow mart is located in the parish of Killeshin Union, one of the parishes in his diocese. Rector of the parish, Canon Peter Tarleton, regularly visits the mart on a Monday and […]

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  November 14, 2016   No comments

Rector reacts to portrayal of Protestantism on TV Programme

Rectors reject portrayal of Protestantism as ‘watered down Catholicism’ Indignant reaction from clerics comes in wake of RTÉ ‘Cutting Edge’ programme Thu, Oct 27, 2016, 18:07 Patsy McGarry The Cutting Edge programme was said to include “patronising, ill informed, ignorant and insensitive comments” which should have been challenged by host Brendan O’Connor. Two Church of […]

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  November 10, 2016   No comments
Bishop’s Monthly Letter – November 2016

Bishop’s Monthly Letter – November 2016

In his letter this month our Bishop talks about the value of lay volunteers’ work in running the Church of Ireland and pays a very, very special tribute to Mr Sam Harper who is retiring as ‘southern’ lay secretary of the General Synod. He also thanks Siobhan Tulloch for her work producing the Children’s Page […]

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  November 5, 2016   No comments

October 2016

  BISHOP’S LETTER October 16 2016 In this month’s letter Bishop Michael writes about what happens at our Diocesan Synod each year and about how he would like debates to be outward as well as inward looking in the future so that, as a church, we are not ostrich-like in our approach to social challenge. Also, the […]

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  November 5, 2016   No comments

County Wicklow

Note: A few parish unions cross county boundaries HC means Holy Communion MP means Morning Prayer COUNTY WICKLOW TINAHELY AND CARNEW UNION St John’s Church, Preban 1st & 3rd Sunday 8.30 a.m. Kilpipe Church 2nd and 4th Sunday 8.30 a.m. All Saints Church, Carnew 10.00 a.m. every Sunday Kilcommon Church (Tinahely) 11.30 a.m. every Sunday […]

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  November 5, 2016   No comments