Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults The Diocese of Cloyne has produced an Interim Policy for Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults. The document may be found in the Policies section of the diocesan website.
ORDINATION TO THE PERMANENT DIACONATE ST. COLMAN’S CATHEDRAL, COBH, CO. CORK 24th SEPTEMBER 2017 CELEBRANT: Bishop Wm. Crean My friends, It is difficult for us, at this remove, to appreciate the sense of excitement that the Second Vatican Council generated in the life of the Church. We need to remind ourselves that the First Vatican […]
Below are photos of the Diocese of Cloyne Pilgrimage to Fatima (Aug, 2017) led by Bishop William Crean. Photos courtesy of Ollie Casey (Youghal).
Homily During Mass celebrated in Church of Our Lady Conceived Without Sin, Mitchelstown Celebrating 90 years since the foundation of Mitchelstown Pioneer Total Abstinence Association Friday, 23rd June 2017 Celebrant / Homilist: Bishop Wm. Crean My friends, The Pioneer Movement didn’t happen by accident – it was a response to a moment of crisis. Such […]
Homily Ordination of Rev. John Magner to the Priesthood in St. Colman’s Cathedral, Cobh Sunday, 25th June, 2017 by Bishop William Crean Bishop of Cloyne My Friends, A vocation to a particular way of life is always a unique personal journey of response, discernment and commitment. While we tend to associate vocation with priesthood and […]
Eucharistic Procession, Cork Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Sunday, 18th June 2017 Bishop William Crean, Bishop of Cloyne A Chairde, Dear Friends, Around the time of marking the new Millennium – there was a lot of looking back at the progress made over the centuries. There was justifiable pride in […]
World Meeting of Families (2018) preparatory event held in the Church of the Holy Family, Youghal, Saturday, 20th May 2017 Bishop William’s Homily given during Mass My friends, I was speaking with a parent within the last few weeks and she got talking about the difference between raising boys from raising girls – she summed […]
Video of Mass celebrated by Bishop William Crean – Diocese of Cloyne Pilgrimage to Knock, May 14th 2017 My Friends, The poet Brendan Kennelly in one of his poems entitled “The Stones” tells the story of an old woman Nellie Mulcahy who was used by mothers to instill fear in their children. The Stones Brendan […]
Conferring Ministries of Acolyte and Lector On the candidates for the Permanent Diaconate Church of the Resurrection, Mallow Sunday 26th February 2017 My friends, “People must think of us as Christ’s servants, stewards entrusted with the mysteries of God. What is expected of stewards is that each one is found worthy of his trust”. So […]
Nine men who are preparing for ordination to serve as Permanent Deacons in the Diocese of Cloyne were instituted by Bishop William Crean with the ministries of Lector and Acolyte. The celebration took place during the 12 noon Mass on Sunday 26th February, at the Church of the Resurrection, Mallow. The families of the nine […]
News from the Diocese:May 22nd, 2019Episode 45 of Faithcast features an interview with Father Sean Corkery, Director of Adult Faith Form...
Homily Notes of Bishop William Crean - May 19th 2019- Reflection on the political process in the light of Polling Day on May 24th.May 21st, 2019Homily Notes of Bishop William Crean on the 5th Sunday of Easter C - May 19th, 2019 St. Colman...
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Essays and other items:January 21st, 2019The follow article was written by Jamie O'Flaherty, a reporter for The Avondhu Press, and published [...]January 25th, 2018Fr Eamonn McCarthy, a priest of the Diocese of Cloyne and currently working with Radio Maria (based [...]
How a Young Person may be active in parish: Áine Keane's activity and service through the Pope John Paul II AwardsJune 2nd, 2017My name is Áine Keane. I am 19 years old. I'm a student at Presentation Secondary School in Mitc[...]