7 Jun 2016
An 800-year-old building constructed on the site of an ancient well supposedly used by Saint Patrick himself. Medieval construction The present Cathedral building, in terms of shape and size, dates from 1220-1259. It was construct...
5 Jun 2016
Very little information exists which provides definitive details about the life of Saint Patrick. He is said to have passed through Dublin in the 5th Century. According to legend he used a well somewhere in the vicinity (of wha...
26 May 2016
The Cathedral has witnessed some of the most important developments and changes in Christianity in Ireland. Traditionally Saint Patrick is the man credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland. Very little definitive info...
26 May 2016
Ever wondered where the Irish phrase “to chance your arm” comes from? In 1492 two Irish families, the Butlers of Ormonde and the FitzGeralds of Kildare, were involved in a bitter feud. This disagreement centred around the posi...
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Sunday 27 November – Service Times
9.15 Said Eucharist
11.15 Choral Eucharist - sung by the Cathedral Choir
18.00 Advent Procession by Candlelight
You are welcome to join us on Sunday 27 November at 18.00 for a very special candlelight service of music and readings to herald the beginning of Advent.
No tickets are required, however please be advised that seats are available on a first-come first-served basis