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The Church of Ireland has launched an appeal to help the survivors of the Libya floods. Read more about how you can help those affected by these devastating events.
At Harvest Season, Stephen Farrell looks at how the church might learn some lessons from farmers, and do a little honest self assessment now and then.
Chris West looks at the impact of Artificial Intelligence, and whether we should look at it as a blessing, or a curse for the environment.
Paul McFadden is in conversation with Dr John Kyle, the former deputy leader of the PUP, and Belfast’s High Sheriff for 2023.
We look at the Church of Ireland’s commitment to embracing diversity and promoting racial justice, a commitment made during Black History Month.
In the penultimate of his series looking at the seven deadly sins in the modern age, John Deane O’Keeffe wonders about being slothful, and whether it really matters.
Diocesan Focus for October comes from Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, and we have an ordination special from a busy month for our ordinands.
All this and much more in your October Gazette