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First let me say that I planned to attend Mass here, but did not. Our schedule got out of control and I could not make it. But, I scouted out Catholic Churches before our trip and this was the closest to our hotel (the Shelbourne)....More
Going inside this Church you can imagine all the work Cardinal John Henry Newman did in Dublin: great scholar, great man, great reflections about the role of universe and knowledge in human life and Christianity. Worth a visit.
We went for Mass when we visited in June. It’s tucked away off of St Stephen’s Green, and very beautiful inside. The choir was lovely. We were surprised to hear a Canadian accent (?) from Father. If you can’t make Mass, go for some quiet...More
Unfortunately I wasn't able to attend mass, but was lucky enough to visit when the doors were open (Monday, May 6th). I had the place to myself and was happy to be able to say a couple prayers in this very beautiful and unique church.
We were so glad Newman University Church was open for Taize on the Tuesday we were in town! It was so nice to break up our day of walking in the bustling city with some quiet time in such a historic place of prayer!
My parents used to bring me to mass here and we brought our daughters a few times. Today we went to mass there.
Newman University Church is an elegant Church with a long history and beautiful place to worship. The Church celebrated its 150 Anniversary...More
I was in Dublin for a week and decided to attend this Catholic church for mass. I was in awe on the historical beauty of this church. Also I would definitely recommend anyone in the are on the weekend looking for a beautiful church to...More
Stepping inside it is immediately obvious why here is such a sought after and fashionable venue for weddings. It really is exceptionally special and beautiful.
Commissioned by the redoubtable Cardinal Newman it was completed in the 1850s according to the Neo-Byzantine style.
The entrance vestibule...More