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Mass each day from the North Cathedral in Cork

Mass is celebrated and broadcast from the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne each day. Bishop Fintan Gavin celebrates the Mass on Sunday at 11.30am. Mass on Monday to Saturday is celebrated each day at 10.15am.

Local News from Cork and Ross

Prayer Guide for home on Monday of Holy Week

Prayer Guide for home on Monday of Holy Week

This is a short prayer guide which you can use to pray at home this Monday of Holy Week. Jesus ...
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How to pray your way through Holy Week at home

How to pray your way through Holy Week at home

For the first time in living memory most people will not be able to go to their local church for ...
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Updated guidance regarding funerals in Cork and Ross

Updated guidance regarding funerals in Cork and Ross

Bishop Fintan Gavin has provided the following guidance regarding funerals in the Diocese of Cork and Ross during the Covid-19 ...
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Celebrating Holy Week and Easter in a time of pandemic

Celebrating Holy Week and Easter in a time of pandemic

Guidance for Holy Week and Easter liturgies in the Diocese of Cork and Ross has been issued to the priests ...
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List of local churches with webcams that broadcast Mass online

List of local churches with webcams that broadcast Mass online

 The live-streaming service at the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne, Cork. [Note the camera is off except ...
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Death of Canon Denis Keane

Death of Canon Denis Keane

Canon Denis Keane, a retired priest of the Diocese of Motherwell, Scotland died on March 29th in Clonakilty Community Hospital ...
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Newly Ordained Bishop Fintan Gavin addresses the Diocese of Cork and Ross and all who joined at his Ordination at the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne. (Video by iCatholic)

Highlights of the Episcopal Ordination of Bishop Fintan Gavin at the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne. Singing by the Cathedral Choir, Our Lady of Victories Gospel Choir and Cork Deaf Choir. (Video by iCatholic) [The full-length recording of the Ordination ceremony will be posted here shortly.)

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