St. Macartin's Cathedral
Enniskillen, Northern Ireland
The Church of Ireland - part of the Anglican Communion
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http://www.inniskillingsmuseum.com The website of The Inniskillings Museum and the Regimental Association of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. It features their regimental chapel which is within the cathedral.
The Inniskillings Museum is housed in Enniskillen Castle Keep and in the old cavalry stables and has displays which tell the story of the regiments from their formation in 1689 up to modern times.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enniskillen If you are visiting Enniskillen or even live here you will find this is a very useful and interesting page on the Wikipedia website. It has a link to this church of course! Wikipedia is a free on-line encyclopedia which has been written, and is constantly updated, by members of the public - and that means you, so if you feel like writing something and instantly publishing it worldwide just go ahead!
http://www.anglican.org To quote from its front page, "This web site is for the Anglican (Episcopal) Church around the world. Its purpose is to help us Anglicans and Episcopalians communicate with each other more easily, and to help everyone learn about our church."
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http://www.fermanaghchurchesforum.org The Fermanagh Churches Forum is a group of Christian believers in the Fermanagh area who seek to promote reconciliation in the community and among the churches. Recognizing diversity, and valuing the dignity of every individual, it seeks to empower people in building community and developing relationships based on trust and respect. The Forum was launched in October 2002 with support from Fermanagh District Council and the Community Relations Council.The aims of the Fermanagh Churches Forum are:
•To foster co-operation towards community building, through a process of active listening, sharing and reflection.
•To improve mutual understanding through education by creating space and opportunity to explore who we are, where we have come from and where we want to journey together.
•To promote recognition of and respect for a diversity of faith traditions and multiple cultures.
•To honour our need for and commitment to healing, reconcilation and forgiveness.
http://www.churchnewsireland.org This site provides coverage of:
Irish and UK Church news
Children and Youth ministry news
MU and CIYMS news
together with a host of resources for parish and personal use.
(last updated 2nd March 2012)
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