We are one of eleven dioceses of the Church of Ireland. Geographically, we cover a large area of the Southeast from Rosslare to Mountrath and from Gorey to Cahir.
We are fortunate to have a long history of Christian worship in this part of Ireland. We have six beautiful cathedrals and some of our one hundred and fifty parish churches occupy very ancient sites. Week by week, people gather in these places of worship, to pray, receive communion, give thanks to God, and encounter the story of God’s loving presence in Jesus Christ. As people of faith, we wish to share the Christian message of faith, hope and love in how we live our lives and care for God’s people and creation.
However captivating these web pages are, they are no substitute for human contact. Some viewing this site will find faith easy, while others will find it challenging. But wherever you are in your journey, we offer the hand of friendship to you. We are a pilgrim people and encourage you to join us for worship in any of our parishes. In our fast-paced modern life, we all need space to stop, reflect and wonder.
Rt Revd Adrian Wilkinson
Bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory
Bishop-Elect Adrian Wilkinson being interviewed by Maria Colfer on her Simple DIvine programme that broadcast on South East Radio by the Christian Media Trust at 10.04 a.m. on July 9th. Please click the link below to listen:
Bishops and clergy processing to St Iberius Church from The Church of Immaculate Conception, Rowe Street
Diocesan Magazine – Cashel Ferns & Ossory
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Cost for 2024 (11 issues per year): €50 via parish agent, €85 for postal copy and €40 for the digital copy.
If it hadn’t been for Easter, no one would have dreamed of celebrating Christmas. It is the moment of new creation, the first day of God’s new week. The darkness has gone, the tomb is empty, and the sun is shining!
Bishop’s April reflection
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