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Palm Sunday and Holy Week 2020

Published on 4th April 2020 under Blog Topic - messages from the dean,
Dear Friends, here we stand on the verge of a Holy Week such as none of us have ever known.  Perhaps that dislocation will help us enter in and integrate ourselves  with the Passion of our Lord  like never before. Like the disciples we now enter with uncertainty, confusion and concern. Each day of Holy […]

LENT

Published on 30th March 2020 under Blog Topic - messages from the dean,
Lent Lent can be “…a time of joy because it is a time for coming home, a period when we can come back to life. It should be a time when we shake off all that is worn and dead in us in order to become able to live and to live with all the […]

In a world where you can be anything, BE KIND

Published on 30th March 2020 under Blog Topic - messages from the dean,
In a world where you can be anything, BE KIND “There is a rise of ‘non listening’ among individuals and society. We are losing the ability to listen–in–depth and as a result there is increasing depersonalisation and a corresponding number of people who feel themselves disenfranchised. This can and does lead to violence, towards oneself […]

Message from the Dean

Published on 30th March 2020 under Blog Topic - messages from the dean,
Saint Patrick : An Unlikely Patron Saint? Patrick was a very hesitant and under confident person. The following is from Patrick’s own writing. For this reason I had in mind to write, but hesitated until now; I was afraid of exposing myself to the talk of men, because I have not studied like the others, […]

The Cotton Library

Published on 26th September 2017 under Blog Topic - Uncategorised,
The library is predominantly the collection of Henry Cotton (Dean of Lismore 1834-1849), and is believed to have opened in 1851. The collection contains ecclesiastical, historical and theological books, manuscripts and collections of letters as well as many antiquities and eccentricities. The Cotton Library was built in 1851 out of a turret containing the stairway […]
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