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Diocese of Winchester launches dual appeal to support refugees from Syria and victims of flooding in Myanmar

The Diocese of Winchester has launched an appeal to raise money to support refugees from Syria and in Myanmar.

Following the growing refugee crisis in Syria, the Diocese of Winchester is calling on people to support the fundraising efforts of Refugee Action, one of the UK’s leading refugee resettlement charities. 223 more words


Centenary of WW1 Death of Parishioner Commemorated by Cork Parish

During the centenary period of the First World War (1914-18) parishes in Cork, Cloyne and Ross have been encouraged by the Bishop, Dr Paul Colton, to research and commemorate those from the parishes who died during the war.   164 more words


Objection Series: "He will be so lonely!" or The difference between being alone and lonely

Priests are surrounded by people all the time.  Their entire role is to interact with people.  A priest can be so busy with people that it may difficult to carve out time alone for personal prayer each day. 598 more words


Objection Series: "I will never see him, especially on the holidays!"

Are you suffering from the delusion that your adult children will come home for every holiday?   Let’s have a little reality check on the “I will never see him on the holidays” objection.   320 more words


Annual Diocesan Service for Primary Schools in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

St Peter’s Church, Bandon, County Cork was full to capacity on Thursday, 1st October for the Annual Diocesan Service for Primary Schools in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross.   353 more words


Holy Hour for Vocations

Please join us for our monthly “Holy Hour for Vocations and for the Spiritual Renewal of All Priests” on Monday, October 5, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. here at St. 41 more words


Bellringers Honoured at St Fin Barres' Cathedral, Cork

On Sunday, 27th September, the Sunday closest to the Patronal Festival of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, special mention was made, and thanksgiving offered, during the Sunday Eucharist for the work of the bellringers at the Cathedral. 266 more words