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Why the Diocese? An #Acts8 BLOGFORCE Challenge

As you might recall from a few week’s ago, the Acts 8 Moment, a group of Episcopalians seeking to Proclaim Resurrection in The Episcopal Church, has taken on a three-round BLOGFORCE Challenge on… 608 more words

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Mission Action Planning


For many of you, the beginning of the year has meant the formation of a pMAP Action Group to see the pMAP process through (in line with the Stepping Stones document).  234 more words


Archdeacon's Visitations

Once elected all churchwardens must be admitted to office by an archdeacon (even those wardens who are re-elected).  The visitations have been booked as follows: 189 more words


New Priest for St Anne's Church, Shandon, Cork, and Chaplain to Saint Luke's Home

The world famous bells of Shandon in Cork have every reason to ring out with joy. The Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, is delighted to announce that he has appointed the Reverend Sarah Marry to serve as Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Saint Anne, Shandon and also as Chaplain to Saint Luke’s Home, Mahon, Cork. 381 more words


Canon Trevor Lester Installed in Rosscarbery Cathedral

On Sunday afternoon, 22nd February, during Evening Prayer at the Cathedral Church of Saint Fachtna, Rosscarbey, County Cork, the Reverend Trevor Lester was installed as a Canon (Prebend of the Island). 58 more words


Rugby Pundit and Broadcaster, George Hook, speaks at Lent Men's Breakfast in Parishes of Douglas and Frankfield

On Saturday 21st  February, rugby pundit and broadcaster George Hook was the guest speaker at the Lent Men’s Breakfast held in Douglas. This event, which was the second of its kind held in the parish, filled Bull McCabes bar on the Airport Road in Cork to capacity. 234 more words


High school student arrested after allegedly threatening peers

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich- A 17-year-old student from West Catholic High School has been arrested after police say they admitted to posting a threat online on Sunday. 152 more words