Mayor pays courtesy visit to Catholic Bishop’s: Fintan Gavin & William Crean

25 June 2020, Thursday
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

Cllr. Ian Doyle (FF), Mayor of the County of Cork made a courtesy visit to Bishops Fintan Gavin, Bishop of the Diocese of Cork and Ross and Bishop Willian Crean, Bishop of Cloyne Diocese. Cork is such a large County there are two separate Catholic dioceses.

This is his final week of the Mayor’s term in office as a new county mayor will be elected on Friday. A Mayor is elected by the 55 Cllrs from among their number.

Cllr. Ian Doyle, the Mayor of the County of Cork paying a courtesy visit to Bishop Fintan Gavin, Bishop of Cork and Ross Diocese on the steps of the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne (commonly known as ‘The North Cathedral’) in Cork City.
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Cllr. Ian Doyle, the Mayor of the County of Cork paying a courtesy visit to Bishop Fintan Gavin, Bishop of Cork and Ross Diocese inside the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne (commonly known as ‘The North Cathedral’) in Cork City.
Pic: Brian Lougheed
Cllr. Ian Doyle, the Mayor of the County of Cork paying a courtesy visit to Bishop William Crean, Bishop of the Diocese of Cloyne during his visit to Cobh. The famous Cobh Cathedral is in the background.
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Cllr. Ian Doyle, the Mayor of the County of Cork paying a courtesy visit to Bishop William Crean, Bishop of the Diocese of Cloyne during his visit to Cobh. The famous Cobh Cathedral is in the background, seen through the magnificent large windows.
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