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Parish Photographers Wanted

Parish Photographers Wanted

Are you good at taking photographs? Do you know someone in your parish who is? Would you/they like to take photos of events in your parish for use in the Diocesan Magazine and on www.cashel.anglican.org – the Diocesan website? We are looking for volunteer photographers to come along to a:   Parish Photographers – Network Meeting […]

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  February 9, 2017   No comments
Book now for pilgrimage trip to Luxembourg

Book now for pilgrimage trip to Luxembourg

Interested in being part of a significant event in the Diocese?   ECUMENICAL PILGRIMAGE TO LUXEMBOURG 4-7 JUNE 2017 This pilgrimage will be led by Bishop Michael Burrows, Bishop of Cashel, Ferns & Ossory.and Bishop Denis Nulty, Roman Catholic Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin. The pilgrimage was launched on St Willibrord’s Day in Saint Laserian’s Cathedral […]

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  February 8, 2017   No comments
Lenten Quiet Day on 14th March

Lenten Quiet Day on 14th March

A Lenten Quiet Day will take place in the Ballyvaloo Retreat Centre on Tuesday, March 14th 2017. The guest speaker will be Dr Anne Francis who recently gave a presentation to the clergy of the United Diocese at their Clergy Conference. For more information contact Reverend Canon Arthur Minion 053 91 40652

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  February 2, 2017   No comments
JOY BELLS TO RING IN WATERFORD CATHEDRAL ON MARCH 19TH

JOY BELLS TO RING IN WATERFORD CATHEDRAL ON MARCH 19TH

On March 19th Dr. Mary McAleese will preach in Christ Church Cathedral Waterford at 10am and launch the ‘Joy Bells’ of Waterford following the service at 11am A couple of years ago a well organised fascist demonstration was set up in the area surrounding Vasteras cathedral in Sweden. As the rally began, with swastikas and hate filled […]

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  February 2, 2017   No comments
Bishop’s letter – February 2017

Bishop’s letter – February 2017

In this month’s letter our bishop talks about the late Dean Victor Griffin – a positive influence for him since childhood. He also mentions the value of independence of mind and quotes a poem that reflects upon the danger of certainty ‘in the delicious and challenging greyness of life.’   Dear Friends Last month I […]

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  February 1, 2017   No comments
Plough Sunday was great success

Plough Sunday was great success

Plough Sunday was a great success Plough Sunday is a traditional liturgy to ask God’s blessing at the beginning of the growing season. The event in Carlow on January 28th 2017 was an ecumenical initiative between Carlow Union of Parishes and St. Joseph’s Church, Tinryand, Co. Carlow. It was held in Staplestown Church. During the […]

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  January 30, 2017   No comments