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Ferns Union

Ferns Union

History The Cathedral Church of St. Edan is situated in Ferns, the ancient capital of Leinster and has strong links with St. David’s of the Church in Wales. The Dean Writes “Christian witness came to Ferns over 1400 years ago. St. Edan (Aidan) came to Ferns in c.600ad. There has been a “stone” church on […]

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Fenagh

Fenagh

Fenagh Union of parishes is situated around the towns of Tullow and Bagenalstown. The church at Myshall is famed for replica of Salisbury Cathedral in miniature.   There are four churches in the Union: All Saints’, Fenagh Christ the Redeemer, Myshall (Adelaide Memorial) All Saints’, Agahde Holy Trinity, Ardoyne FENAGH GROUP Note: Service times vary […]

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Dunleckney

Dunleckney

Dunleckney Union of parishes centre on Bagenalstown on the river Barrow. Dunleckney Union website: http://www.dunleckneyparish.ie/ There are four churches in the Union: St Mary’s, Bagenalstown St John’s, Nurney The Good Shepherd, Lorum St Peter’s, Killedmond DUNLECKNEY UNION Please check details on www.dunleckneyparish.ie Family services are every 4th Sunday and rotate between each church St Mary’s Church, […]

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Clonmel

Clonmel

Clonmel Union website: http://www.oldstmarysclonmelunion.blogspot.ie/     Clonmel is situated 13 miles from Carrick-on-Suir and 23 miles from Waterford City on the banks of the River Suir. Clonmel is most famous for the Showerings Company, producing Bulmer’s Cider. There are five churches in the Union: St Mary’s, Clonmel,  Inishlounght (St Patrick), St Paul’s, Cahir, Holy Trinity, Fethard and Tullaghmeelan […]

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Cashel

Cashel

website; http://cashelunion.ie/ CASHEL UNION Cathedral Church of St John the Baptist & St Patrick’s Rock: Morning prayer said daily, Mon – Fri at 9.15 a.m. 1st Sunday, Sung Eucharist – 11.30 a.m. 2nd & 4th Sundays, Morning Prayer – 11.30 a.m. 3rd Sunday during school term time – Family Eucharist at 11.30 a.m. St Mary’s Church, […]

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Carlow

Carlow

Carlow Union of Parishes is a Union of three churches, in North County Carlow, in the Diocese of Leighlin. Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/carlowunion CARLOW UNION– Service times Staplestown Church: 9.30 a.m. St Mary’s Church, Carlow: 10.45 a.m. Rutland Church, Urglin: 12.00 Fifth Sunday: varies For further information contact Rev. David White, Rector. T: 059 913 2565 […]

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Baltinglass

Baltinglass

Baltinglass Group of parishes is centered on the River Slaney in counties Wicklow and Carlow and contains the ruins of Baltinglass Abbey (Cistercian, founded 1148 A.D.)       BALTINGLASS GROUP Ballynure Church of the Ascension: 9 a.m. every Sunday St Mary’s Church, Baltinglass: 11.20 a.m. every Sunday Stratford St John the Baptist Church: 2nd […]

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Ferns Cathedral

Ferns Cathedral

History The Cathedral Church of St. Edan is situated in Ferns, the ancient capital of Leinster and has strong links with St. David’s of the Church in Wales. The Dean Writes “Christian witness came to Ferns over 1400 years ago. St. Edan (Aidan) came to Ferns in c.600ad. There has been a “stone” church on […]

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Waterford Cathedral

Waterford Cathedral

Christ Church Waterford Cathedral website: http://www.christchurchwaterford.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christ-Church-Cathedral-Waterford/141515172536092 History The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Christ Church was built on a site of Christian worship which dates back to 1050 and probably before. The first church on this site was built in the 11th Century, probably around the time the previously pagan Vikings had […]

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Lismore Cathedral

Lismore Cathedral

Opening Times April/September Daily 09:00—6:00 p.m. October/March Daily 09:00—4:00 p.m. Entry is free. History Lismore Cathedral dedicated to Cartagh, also spelled Carthage, was founded in 635 by Mochuda who took the name of his teacher Cartagh so that it might not be forgotten, so the one man has two names! Lismore Cathedral is not the […]

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