Bishop Colton Seeks Advice and Support of Lesbian and Gay People in ‘The Listening Process’ in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

In a letter to the people of the Church of Ireland Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, written earlier this month, and to be published in the Diocesan Magazine next weekend, the Bishop, Dr Paul Colton, requests lesbian and gay people, their friends and families, to advise him on how best to put in place ‘the listening process’ for the Diocese. [Continue Reading]

Changing Attitude Ireland Update, September 2010

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Changing Attitude Ireland Update, September 2009

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IDAHO Day services held in cathedrals at Cork and Dublin

The Bishop of Cork, the Rt. Revd. Paul Colton took part in the IDAHO DAY service at St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral Cork last Sunday (17th May) to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, which was arranged by the Christian pro-gay group Changing Attitude Ireland. Also taking part were the Very Rev. Nigel Dunne, Dean of Cork, Dr Richard O’Leary of Changing Attitude Ireland and Ms Dolores Mannion who gave the address at the service. [Continue Reading]