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St. Teresa's is a stunning church tucked away off a narrow side street of Dublin's major tourist area. The effects of the church are immense immediately upon turning the corner - the street immediately feels quiet and reverent, and you are able to really bask...More
As stated in other reviews, this beautiful church is located in a busy shopping and entertainment area of central Dublin near St Stephens Green. I stumbled upon it about noon on a Friday. There was a 12:45 Mass scheduled so I stuck around for it....More
This is a lovely Carmelite church dedicated to St. Teresa of Avila. It's just a few steps from Bewley's Cafe off the little alley alongside it. There are always people praying inside. Frequent hours for confession. An easy and convenient way to say hello to...More
Visit this place to hear the glorious choir at 11am mass on Sunday. Open to all its down the laneway beside Molton Brown on Grafton Street. It’s size will surprise you hidden behind all the alters to retail. There is also a cafe open Monday...More
Placed in the centre of Dublin, just off Grafton Street, this church is a wonderfully peaceful place to visit and to meditate. There are wonderful stained glass windows to be seen and there is a great full size copy of Carravaggio's "The taking of Christ"...More
We stopped in based on reviews, and we're staying just down the road, and I'm glad we did. This old church in the middle of the city is a treasure. Being Catholic, we enjoyed spending some time in prayer but then afterwards we had a...More
I have no knowledge of the history of this church. We were walking down Grafton Street on a beautiful day and saw the brown sign pointing down the alley to this church. If you have some extra time walking the streets of Dublin, this is...More
This beautiful church has a lovely cafe to the rear of it , everything sold here is home made and the service is first class. Very reasonable prices too. They serve a very nice cooked breakfast. Well worth a visit.
Seeing the brown signpost on Grafton Street, our curiosity took us up the short side street to the entrance to the Carmelite church. Sumptuously decorated and with some impressive artworks and stained glass. The overall impression is of a quiet corner of Dublin providing a...More
Response from Frank2510 | Reviewed this property |
Thank you and if you go into Carmelite friars Clarendon street that will give you the timetable for Masses all year round. Secondly if you get the airport bus to O Connell Street Dublin and then you have a ten minute walk... More
Thank you and if you go into Carmelite friars Clarendon street that will give you the timetable for Masses all year round. Secondly if you get the airport bus to O Connell Street Dublin and then you have a ten minute walk to Clarendon Street all in the one direction. Have a great holiday, Frank 2510.