Saint Mary’s Cathedral was founded in 1168 AD. Now over 850 years old, it continues to be a place of prayer and pilgrimage for all who enter our doors, and it is a symbol of faith, hope and love to the city of Limerick. The clergy and people who worship here belong to the Church of Ireland, but everyone is welcome to attend.
Sunday: Service of Worship – 11.15h
(HC on 1st & 3rd, MP on 2nd & 4th)
Monday: Morning Prayer – 09.00h
Tuesday: Morning Prayer – 10.30h
Wednesday: Morning Prayer – 09.00h
Thursday: Holy Communion – 10.30h
Friday: Morning Prayer – 09.00h
Saturday: Morning Prayer – 09.00h
Services may be subject to change.
Closed: Saint Mary’s Cathedral is closed on December 26 and 27 and on January 1
EVENSONGS IN THE CATHEDRAL 2020-2021
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Saint Mary’s Cathedral Limerick has a multi-denominational choir, who on a weekly basis sing for Sunday Services. From medieval to modern, together with hymns and traditional canticles, the music is always enjoyable and inspiring.
Under the musical direction of Mr. Peter Barley, the choir is currently auditioning for new members (Click here for more information), so we invite you to join us and continue this ancient singing tradition.
Saint Mary’s Cathedral Limerick is home to the Southern Districts only set of mini-bells. The bells are situated in the Cathedral and arrangements to ring them can be made through Mike Pomeroy. Saint Mary’s have 8 bells with a tenor weight of 24cwts and are tuned to F. Sunday ringing is at 10:30h and practice night is Monday at 20:00h. The ‘Call Bell’ is rung for 5 mins before every weekday service (times above)
For a short history of the bells – click here, Saint Marys Cathedral Bells
Please arrange with the tower Secretary for Monday nights as access is through a side door. The Tower contact is Kieron Brislane, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Services will be recorded and may be viewed online on: www.churchservices.tv and the Cathedral website (www.saintmaryscathedral.ie) within the 90 days following the service. After that time recordings will be destroyed however exceptions may apply and recordings could last longer if the Cathedral required it. Occasional services may be recorded and will be advertised on both websites www.churchservices.tv and www.saintmaryscathedral.ie and/or other communication channels of the Cathedral). If you would like further information on a particular event, please contact the Cathedral office.
For our website policy – please see http://www.saintmaryscathedral.ie/policies/