Irish Anglicanism, 1969–2019

Essays to mark the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland


Kenneth Milne & Paul Harron, editors

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ISBN: 987-1-84682-819-5
November 2019. 324pp; Colour Ills.

Foreword 
The Most Revd Richard Clarke, archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland

An historical overview of the period
Kenneth Milne

Worship in the Church of Ireland
The Rt Revd Harold Miller, bishop of Down and Dromore

Music in the Church of Ireland 
Kerry Houston

The development of women’s ministry in the Church of Ireland
Revd Canon Ginnie Kennerley

Pastoral care
Revd Canon Daniel Nuzum

The development of youth work 
The Most Revd Patricia Storey, bishop of Meath and Kildare

The Church of Ireland: politics and social change by The Rt Revd John McDowell, bishop of Clogher, and the Rt RevdMichael Burrows, bishop of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory

The church and media and communications
Lynn Glanville

The Church of Ireland and ecumenical relations
Revd Canon Ian M. Ellis

A Methodist perspective on the Church of Ireland: the pursuit of unity in mission 
Fergus O’Ferrall

The Church of Ireland and the Anglican Communion
The Rt Revd Kenneth Kearon, bishop of Limerick and Killaloe

The Church of Ireland and dialogue with other faiths 
The Most Revd Michael Jackson, archbishop of Dublin and primate of Ireland

Law and the disestablished Church of Ireland: fifty years of accelerating change
The Rt Revd Paul Colton, bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross

Changing structures of the church 
Ven. Robin Bantry White, Ven. George Davison, Canon Gillian Wharton,Ken Gibson, Hazel Corrigan and Adrian Clements

Architectural changes and the arts in the life of the Church of Ireland 
Paul Harron

The Church of Ireland and the Irish language 
Aonghus Dwane

Church of Ireland archives and publishing 
Raymond Refaussé

Theological training in the Church of Ireland 
Áine Hyland

The Church of Ireland’s role in education in the Republic of Ireland 
Susan Parkes

The Church of Ireland’s role in education in Northern Ireland 
Rosalind M.O. Pritchard