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If you just walk quickly down the street with St. Mary's Pro Cathedral, you could quite possibly miss it as it doesn't look like a typical cathedral you're likely expecting to see in Dublin. This church has a fascinating history and interesting architecture that really...More
I've wanted to visit here for many years, but more so as the Pope had visited here in August. It's very peaceful here and vast inside. A nice spot to catch your breath while shopping or rushing around. Only negative I would give is that...More
I'll start this by saying a) I did not go to Mass at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral and b) I am not Catholic. However, I have documentation citing my great-great grandparents were married at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral in 1847, and I wanted to talk to someone...More
St. Mary's Pro Cathedral has an interesting story - Dublin has two cathedrals - both originally built Catholic but during the Reformation became churches in the protestant Church of Ireland. For year Catholicism was banned in territories controlled by the British - including Dublin. Ever...More
Given the paucity of Catholic churches in Ireland, our pilgrimage tour group was blessed to attend mass at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral in Dublin. It is a beautiful, large cathedral with a high domed ceiling, columns and ornate altars and art works. Our mass was in...More
Few buildings have such a close association with significant moments in the political and religious history of Ireland as the Pro-Cathedral.
Presidents, governments, and foreign ambassadors come to the Pro-Cathedral on great national occasions. The Lord Mayor and the County Council come to extend Christmas...More
Fortunately, this church was very close to our hotel in the city centre and we were able to attend a mass on Sunday morning upon arrival in Dublin. The architecture is stunning and the acoustics are wonderful.
St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral is a church located in the center of new town in Dublin. From outside, it is a very beautiful round church, and it is interesting to visit the inner part of it. On of many churches in Dublin. Pitifully, when we arrive...More
I don't often go to mass on holidays, but had heard about the wonderful music and decided to give it a go. It won't be my last time. The whole experience was wonderful. A lovely community, amazing music and a lovely reverence that is rarely...More