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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

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

Christ Church Dublin provides new home for asylum charity as it is designated “Sanctuary Cathedral”

An organisation campaigning for the right of asylum seekers to cook their own food is running a café in Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral.

19 February 2018

Historic Anglican – Oriental Orthodox agreement on the Holy Spirit signed in Dublin

Theologians from the Anglican Communion and Oriental Orthodox Churches have signed an historic agreement on the Holy Spirit.

02 November 2017

Irish Faith Leaders stress the dignity of human life in the Holy Land

Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders in Ireland have pledged to work together to promote peace and deepen understanding in the Holy Land.

08 December 2016

Celebrations mark Octocentennial anniversary of historic diocesan unification

The united dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough in the Church of Ireland are celebrating the 800th anniversary of their unification with a series of special events this week.

16 November 2016

Irish Premier tells Church of Ireland school pupils to "dream big dreams"

The Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, has told pupils at the first C of I voluntary secondary school to open since the formation of the state to “dream big dreams.”

07 October 2016

Church of Ireland opens first Anglican voluntary school in Irish republic

The Irish Prime Minister will tomorrow open the country’s first Anglican voluntary secondary school to be founded since the creation of the state.

06 October 2016