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The old St. Canice’s Church, Finglas (Church of Ireland)

By Adrian James Kirwan

The old church of St. Canice’s, Finglas, is accessed through a small gateway off the Wellmount Road, located across the dual carriageway from Finglas village. 627 more words

In The Footsteps of Dean Swift

Full title: Mark of Protest: an autobiography

Creator / Author: Victor Griffin

Item Type / Page count: Book / 235p

When Published: 1993

Publisher / Place of Publication: 168 more words

West Wicklow Studies

Form of application to build Church, to Church of Ireland Board of First Fruits 1790

Form of application to build Church, to Church of Ireland Board of First Fruits 1790.

From St. Finbarr’s Cork, Cathedral Records.

'Charting A Future with Confidence Up and Running in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The inaugural conference – a residential meeting in the Charleville Park Hotel, County Cork, opened on Friday night by the Archbishop of Armagh – came to a close on Saturday afternoon with the election by the four new working groups of their chairpersons. 392 more words

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Archbishop of Armagh to Inaugurate Cork, Cloyne and Ross 'Charting A Future with Confidence' Process

Today, Friday, 21st November 2014, the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Reverend Dr Richard Clarke will address a newly elected council in Cork, Cloyne and Ross and will formally inaugurate the Diocesan review and forward planning process  181 more words

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