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Church of Ireland celebrates 150 years of independence from the state

The Church of Ireland is celebrating and marking one hundred and fifty years since it was disestablished from the Church of England

14 November 2019

Porvoo church leaders discuss the Church’s voice in the public square

Climate change, Brexit and digital media under discussion as leaders from the Porvoo Communion churches gathered in Portugal.

24 October 2019

Anglican-Jewish Commission holds latest round of talks in Manchester, England

Senior Anglican and Jewish leaders met this week in Manchester, England, for the latest meeting of the Anglican-Jewish Commission.

29 March 2019

Archbishop of Dublin welcomes police recovery of The Crusader’s skull

Irish police have recovered the mummified head of The Crusader, which had been stolen from the crypt of a Dublin church last month.

07 March 2019

Anglican and Roman Catholic Archbishops of Dublin appeal for return of The Crusader’s head

The Anglican and Roman Catholic Archbishops of Dublin have made a joint appeal for the return of human remains stolen from a Church.

28 February 2019

Archbishop decries desecration as vandals steal mummified head from Dublin church’s crypt

Thieves have stolen the head from an 800-year-old mummified body, known as “The Crusader” from the crypt of a church in Dublin.

25 February 2019

Stained Glass dedicated to mark 130 years of the Mothers’ Union in the island of Ireland

Both Church of Ireland Archbishops took part in the All–Ireland Triennial Thanksgiving Service of the Mothers’ Union this week in Dublin.

16 October 2018

Stolen heart of Saint Laurence O’Toole to be returned to Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral

A priceless relic of the patron saint of Dublin will be returned to Christ Church Cathedral in the city tonight, six years after it was stolen.

26 April 2018

Proposed reform of Ireland’s abortion law “is not an ethical position we can accept”, archbishops say

The Archbishops of Armagh and Dublin say proposed changes to the abortion law in Ireland is “not an ethical position we can accept.”

28 March 2018

Church of Ireland archbishops join ecumenical delegation to Irish government

A group of Irish Church leaders have met with government ministers to discuss a number of “pressing social and ethical matters”.

25 January 2018