The Church of Ireland Historical Society is pleased to announce that it will host its spring conference in a virtual format. It will be held on Saturday, 17 April 2021 and both members and day participants can hear our fantastic four speakers via Zoom …

Date for your diary: COIHS Spring Conference (online), 17 April 2021 Read more »

Following on from Dr Marie Coleman’s analysis of the 1950s available and Prof Brian M Walker’s personal perspective on the Gazette’s Coverage of the 1960s from north of the Border, Dr Ian d’Alton, Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Contemporary …

A Republic of Ireland Perspective on the 1960s: the Church of Ireland Gazette Read more »

A rare set of 27 lantern slides depicting various churches principally in the diocese of Leighlin, but additionally from the dioceses of Glendalough and Kildare, and one of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, has recently been transferred from St Canice’s …

A Visual Window to Rural Church Settings in the 1930s Read more »

The personal story of the last member of the clergy to be ordained before Disestablishment – the Revd William Somerville-Large (1847-1939) – has been commissioned by the RCB Library as a final contribution to the 150th anniversary for 2019. The …

William Somerville-Large: the last pre-Disestablished cleric of the Church of Ireland Read more »

To mark last week’s 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Leinster – torpedoed and sunk just one month before the end of the First World War – the Representative Church Body Library has compiled an online exhibition entitled …

The Leinster Tragedy: Human Interest Stories brought to life by the Church of Ireland Gazette and Other Sources Read more »

Sit back, relax, and read the hidden story behind the dismissal of the curate in the parish of Berehaven 150 years ago… Having discovered that not one but three addresses affirming support for Revd George F Stoney (1826-1869) had been …

Divided Loyalties in a West Cork Parish: the Revd George F Stoney of Berehaven Read more »

The details of some 2,187 people – soldiers and their families – recorded in the registers of Ballincollig Garrison Chapel have been recovered using the registers of baptisms, marriages and burials between 1810 and 1922 now in the safe custody …

The value of Church of Ireland registers: Ballincollig military men & their families 1810-1922 Read more »

The fusion between books and archives is brought to life from the RCB Library, the Church of Ireland’s library and archive repository. In time for spring, the unique gift given to the former Archbishop of Dublin, The Most Revd Dr John Gregg …

Harry Clarke’s unique gift to Archbishop Gregg of Dublin (1922) Read more »