One hundred years ago this month, the Irish Border was created by the Government of Ireland Act which came into force on 3rd May 1921. Collaborating with the Church of Ireland’s Historical Centenaries Working Group, the RCB Library is marking …

Marking the Centenary of Partition and the Foundation of Northern Ireland Read more »

The Church of Ireland Gazette Digital Archive is complete. All editions of the newspaper, from its foundation in 1856 up to and including 2010, are freely available electronically, allowing the worldwide audience to view and search it using any name, …

Church of Ireland Gazette Digital Archive Complete (1856-2010) Read more »

One hundred years ago this month, the Irish Border was created by the Government of Ireland Act which came into force on 3rd May 1921. Collaborating with the Church of Ireland’s Historical Centenaries Working Group, the RCB Library is marking …

Centenary of Partition and the Foundation of Northern Ireland: the Church of Ireland Gazette Read more »

The penultimate feature piece in the ongoing ‘Borderless Church’ series, is an examination of the 1980s decade through the lens of The Church of Ireland Gazette, the Church’s then weekly newspaper, in conjunction with the online release of all editions for …

The Bank Holiday Read: The Church of Ireland Gazette in the 1980s – ‘A Borderless Church’ Read more »

The final blog of 2020 is an examination of the 1970s through the lens of the Church of Ireland Gazette, the Church’s weekly newspaper. It coincides with the online release of all editions for that decade: 1970-79 inclusive. In contrast to …

Online Release of the Church of Ireland Gazette Editions from 1970s: Special Focus on the ‘Borderless Church’ Read more »

The Church of Ireland Historical Society is pleased to announce that it will host its winter conference in a virtual format. It will be held on Saturday, 7 November 2020 and both members and day participants can hear our fantastic four speakers via Zoom …

WE’RE BACK! Date for your diary: COIHS Winter Conference (online), 7 November 2020 Read more »

As part of the Church of Ireland Historical Society’s commitment to supporting postgraduates and their research, we asked the 2018 W. G. Neely Postgraduate Prize Winner, Mathew Houston, to write a short blog about his essay. Here’s what he had …

‘The great crusade? The Church of Ireland and interpretations of the Second World War, 1939-45’ Read more »