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  Church of Ireland - A province of the Anglican Communion
Church of Ireland - A province of the Anglican Communion
This website will give you some information on the structures and ethos of the Church, up-to-date news and press releases, liturgical resources and a directory of the various dioceses and parishes.
Please spend some time with us here and catch a glimpse of the witness of the Church of Ireland as part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
www.ireland.anglican.org   (111 words)

  Encyclopedia: Church of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Church of Ireland is an autonomous province of the Anglican Communion, operating seamlessly across the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Although the Catholic Church remained the church of the majority of the populace, the Church of Ireland was the established church until 1871.
Although the Roman Catholic Church remained the church of the majority of the populace, the Church of Ireland was the established church until 1871.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Church-of-Ireland   (628 words)

IRELAND, CHURCH OF The Presbyterian Church, whose adherents are found pnincipall in Ulster and are the descerl,dants of Scotch settlers, was originall formed in the middle of the 17th century, and in 1840 a reunio took place of the two divisions into which the Church had formenl separated.
A committee of the privy council in Ireland was appointed, to be styled the Irish Universities Committee.
In 956 Congalach, the high-king, was defeated and slain by the Norse of Dublin.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /I/IR/IRELAND_CHURCH_OF.htm   (22288 words)

 Church of Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The contemporary Church of Ireland, despite having a small number of High Church (often described as Anglo-Catholic) parishes, is on the moderately Protestant part of the spectrum of world Anglicanism.
It was the second province of the Anglican Communion after the Anglican Church of New Zealand (1857) to adopt, on its 1871 disestablishment, synodical government, and was one of the first provinces to ordain women to the priesthood, in 1991.
The Primate of All Ireland is the Archbishop of Armagh, whose seat is the medieval Saint Patrick's Anglican Cathedral, Armagh.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Church_of_Ireland   (1767 words)

 Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has a membership of 300,000 people in 650 congregations across both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
All the congregations of the church are represented up to the General Assembly (the church's government).
Church House, Headquarters of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Presbyterian_Church_in_Ireland   (451 words)

 Church of Ireland - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Church of Ireland which is part of the Anglican Communion, is the largest Protestant church on the island of Ireland, and the second largest Protestant denomination in Northern Ireland.
In the sixteenth century it became the Irish sister of the Church of England, following the initial break between King Henry VIII and the Holy See, and the subsequent establishment of English state Protestantism under Henry's children, Edward VI and Elizabeth I, the Church of Ireland became the Kingdom of Ireland's established church.
The contemporary Church of Ireland, despite having a small number of High Church parishes, is on the moderately Protestant part of the spectrum of world Anglicanism.
open-encyclopedia.com /Church_of_Ireland   (861 words)

 AllRefer.com - Ireland, Church of (Protestant Denominations) - Encyclopedia
Ireland, Church of, Anglican church of both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
As a separate body the church goes back to the Reformation when the Irish church was officially reformed along the same lines as the church in England (see England, Church of).
But the effects of the Reformation were superficial in Ireland and the Church of Ireland has always included only a small portion of the Irish population.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/I/IrelandC.html   (207 words)

 The Church of Ireland: Genealogy and Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The archives of the Church of Ireland, and particularly parochial registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, are a primary source for genealogists and family historians.
The Representative Church Body Library is the Church of Ireland's principal repository for its archives and manuscripts, and holds records from some 830 parishes in the Republic of Ireland.
The Church of Ireland as the lineal descendant, legally at least, of the Church in Ireland following the Reformation, and, subsequently as the established Church until the late nineteenth century, has inherited responsibility for many of the sources which are fundamental to Irish local history.
www.ireland.anglican.org /library/libroots.html   (1384 words)

 The Celtic Church in Ireland
Ireland was unique in being the only western European country to which Christianity came without Roman conquest.
She differed in many ways from the Churches in the west: in doctrine, in church government, in the time of celebrating Easter, celibacy, the form of the tonsure.
She was primarily a monastic Church, without the centralized, geographically ordered network that the Roman Church had inherited from the Roman Empire.
www.irishchristian.org /History/Irish.htm   (1208 words)

 Irish Ancestors /Church records   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In general, the Church of Ireland retained the older medieval parochial divisions, which were also used for administrative purposes by the secular authorities.
Even allowing for the fact that members of the Church of Ireland were almost always a small minority of the total population, the records of each parish are proportionally less extensive than Catholic records, covering a smaller area, and are thus relatively easy to search in detail.
Both Catholic and Church of Ireland parishes are organized on the diocesan basis first laid out in the Synod of Kells in the Middle Ages, and remain almost identical, although the Catholic system has amalgamated some of the small medieval dioceses.
scripts.ireland.com /ancestor/browse/records/church   (293 words)

 IRELAND, CHURCH - Online Information article about IRELAND, CHURCH
Ireland, and the divinity school is purely Protestant.
National University of Ireland (Dublin), the Queen's University of Belfast and the University Colleges of Dublin, Cork and Galway.
financial condition of Ireland, the revenue in 1654 was £197,304 and the expenditure £630,814.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /INV_JED/IRELAND_CHURCH.html   (4780 words)

 The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
We are an Episcopal, Reformed, and Liturgical Church.
The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite) is the continuing Anglican Church body in Ireland.
The Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite) was founded in 1991 when the Church of Ireland began ordaining women to the priesthood in defience of both Scripture and Tradition.
www.angelfire.com /biz3/staidans   (184 words)

 Ireland - Catholic Church Local History and Ancestors Genealogy Research
Church of the Incarnation (Fettercairn) and Ard Mhuire Oratory (Belgard)
Parishes of the Archdiocese of Dublin and Ireland
Dun Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council - "...on the east coast of Ireland and is bounded on the north by Dublin City, to the south by County Wicklow, to the east by the Irish Sea and to the west by the foothills of the Dublin mountains.
home.att.net /~Local_Catholic/Catholic-Ireland.htm   (6047 words)

 Ireland Vacations - Hotels Ireland - Ireland Hotels
The Silver Springs Moran Hotel, Cork, on the south western coast of Ireland is seven miles from the Cork International Airport, and close to..
Visiting Ireland should include sights such as The Ulster American Folk Park in northern Ireland, an educational experience about the great famine in Ireland and the immigration to America that resulted.
Ireland is a lush land, no larger than the state of Maine in the US.
www.irelandhotelfinder.com   (565 words)

 Catholicism Losing Ground in Ireland - Los Angeles Times
For Pope John Paul II, who helped to bring freedom of worship to people in Eastern Europe, the erosion of faith and the rise of secularism in the rest of Europe was one of the recurring themes of his pontificate and a trend that only accelerated during his tenure.
But it is doubtful that even John Paul expected the church to retreat as quickly as it did in Ireland, long a bastion of Catholicism and among the first places he wanted to visit after being named pontiff.
The church, too, was not as strict and did not exert the pressure it used to, some said.
www.latimes.com /news/nationworld/world/la-fg-ireland17apr17,0,5254747.story?coll=la-home-headlines   (856 words)

 The Presbyterian Church in Ireland Online
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland serves the whole island, both North and South and, with a total membership of some 300,000 people in over 560 congregations, it is the largest protestant denomination in Northern Ireland.
The Church's corporate work is organised through members representation at local congregational level up to General Assembly which is the highest decision making body.
It meets once a year under the chairmanship of the Moderator who is elected annually as the Church's principal public representative.
www.presbyterianireland.org   (145 words)

 Church of Ireland Parishes on the Web
The Church of Ireland is part of the world-wide Anglican Communion.
The parish church is 4km east of the City Centre in a mainly middle-class area.
Church of Ireland General Synod Board of Education (Northern Ireland).
members.tripod.com /%7Egi0rtn/coiparishes.html   (1852 words)

 IRISHANGLE NETWORK NEWS | Church of Ireland presents its views on Family Rights
The current difficulties within ECUSA and the Church of Canada which overlap with some of the questions asked by the Committee are not germane to the Church of Ireland and its polity although they are of concern in the Communion of which we are part.
The feeling of the Church of Ireland is that the balancing of the rights of the unit and the rights of the individual needs to be kept under review.
Fourthly, the outline of the understanding of marriage within the Church of Ireland given above as expressed in the two Marriage Services means that the concept of so called ‘gay marriage’ is not one which is part of current definitions.
www.irishangle.net /news/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=280   (1578 words)

 Church of Ireland --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Christianity was probably known in Ireland before the missionary activities of Patrick, the patron saint of the country, in the late 5th century.
The series of churches in the valley, all in ruins except for the small church known as St. Kevin's Kitchen, date from the 11th and 12th centuries.
Not much is known with certainty about Aidan's early life except that he was born in Ireland, was probably a disciple of Senan on Scattery Island, and became a monk on the island of Iona.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9042753   (806 words)

 Irish Churches
The purpose of these pages is to provide a site where researchers are able to view pictures of the churches attended by their ancestors.
This project relies on the generous contribution of photographs taken by those fortunate enough to have travelled to various parts of Ireland, so if you have a photograph which you would like to donate, please contact me and I will add it to the site.
Of course any details concerning the history of the church would also be welcome.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~irishchurches/Irish%20churches.html   (102 words)

 Anglican Communion News Service
In a new initiative, the church has set up a committee to respond to lessons learned from a scoping study of members’ attitudes to sectarianism and living with differences.
It is our view that the Church of Ireland and other churches in Ireland should be ready and able to address sectarianism.
The new committee, to be known as ‘The Hard Gospel Committee’ (HGC), will begin its work by examining responses to the scoping study from the twelve Church of Ireland Diocesan Synods and from Boards and Committees, with a view to developing a strategic vision.
www.anglicancommunion.org /acns/articles/37/50/acns3760.cfm   (266 words)

 Christian News, Updated Daily - Christian Today > Church of Ireland Primate Calls for a Fresh Look at Ecumenism
Church of Ireland Primate Archbishop Robin Eames gave a keynote speech on Monday night on ecumenism in Ireland (news.bbc.co.uk)
A Church of Ireland primate has called for church leaders and members to revisit ecumenism in order to recover the term's positive potential among the people of Ireland.
Church of Ireland Primate Archbishop Robin Eames said in a keynote speech on Monday night that many people regarded ecumenism as a "dirty word" and that ecumenism in Ireland had not started on the right foot.
www.christiantoday.com /news/church/church.of.ireland.primate.calls.for.a.fresh.look.at.ecumenism/684.htm   (473 words)

 GENUKI: Ireland
The fact that in 1922 the Republic of Ireland was created and six of the nine counties forming the province of Ulster (Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone) voted to remain part of the United Kingdom, effects the location of various records.
In 1876, a law was passed requiring that the Church of Ireland parish registers be sent to the Public Record Office in Dublin for safekeeping.
Records from 1864 to 1922, for all Ireland, and from 1922 for the Republic are held at the Office of the Registrar General, Joyce House, 8-11 Lombard Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/irl   (2848 words)

 Catholic World News : Transform Church structures, Irish archbishop suggests
"The pastoral structures of the Church must be structured in such a way that the believer, young and old, knows that he or she belongs to a community which desires that they be free, responsible and fully human," said Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, in a July 18 speech.
Ireland has a serious problem that is compounded by the vision of its epicopal leadership.
this is what we are up against in ireland these days - one of our leading bishops seems to be happy to accept as a fait accompli that the faith in ireland is going to diminish to a "generalized adherence...", to a vague "residual presence".
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=38476   (995 words)

 wfn.org | The Archbishop of Canterbury's sermon to the Church of Ireland
The Archbishop of Canterbury's sermon to the Church of Ireland
For the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Church in Uganda began their work at about the same time - and began with one of the most dramatic and heartrending records of martyrdom in the whole of missionary history.
Several dozen new Christians, mostly young pageboys from the royal court, were butchered by the King with every refinement of cruelty; Catholics and Protestants alike witnessed to their faith in the most extreme circumstances, dying with joy and courage.
www.wfn.org /2004/05/msg00133.html   (1808 words)

 Ireland, Church of on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Feisty new Ireland leaves the church panting to keep up: political muscle once abused by bishops results in a legacy of diminshed respect.
The Furrow as window on Irish church: Maynooth, the cradle of Irish clergy, pauses on threshold of the future.
A clergyman in the Church of Ireland has resigned his post three days before appearing in a church court on charges of heresy.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/I/IrelandC1.asp   (569 words)

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