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More bridge-building moves made in Northern Ireland

by Gregg Ryan, Ireland Correspondent

A NEW satellite town has broken fresh ecumenical ground in Dublin, as it contains a church building designed to be shared by all four of the main Christian denominations.

The new building at Adamstown, just west of the Irish capital, will be used for worship by Roman Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, and Presbyterian congregations — the first of its kind in the whole of Ireland.

The Archbishop of Dublin, Dr John Neill, said on Tuesday: “I have been ...

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