July/August Edition of The Church Review FREE Online Now
The July/August 2020 issue of The Church Review is available FREE online now. The summer edition features a host of stories from the United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough.
Among the highlights are details of a new programme set up to assist people emerging from domestic abuse. CRiTiCall is coordinated by a number of organisations including the Community Office of St Patrick's Cathedral.
How young adults have connected with their faith during lockdown is the focus of a survey by the Foundational Leadership Programme which as yielded interesting results. Dublin & Glendalough Youth Council is also looking at the pandemic and equipping teenagers to deal with it.
The cover story features Holy Trinity Rathmines' community art exhibition. Straffan parishioner Dee Huddleston's 5k a day for Christian Aid is also documented. There is also a report from the Dublin community of Irishtown and Ringsend which has been revitalised by a fund created to combat social issues arising from the pandemic.
The Revd Robert Marshall continues to chart Disestablishment in the year of the 150th anniversary. And Canon Patrick Comerford's monthly column continues.
The backbone of every edition is news from each parish in the dioceses.
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