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#5 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
I cannot recommend this Latin Mass highly enough for the prayerful reverence, attention to detail, and excellent sermons with Confessions offered before this Mass and an excellent choir.
... church.Regardless of religious beliefs, sit in complete silence, while the the hustle and bustle of the city outside is only meters away and admire the wonderful ornate interior and architecture of this place.
#10 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral was one of the oldest church I visited in Ireland, it was built between 1865 and 1879 and a Victorian gothic style Cathedral, you can also find a Labyrinth at the back of the church....
We attended the Christmas carol and nine lessons service recently and it was both stunning to see the cathedral full of worshippers and to hear the amazing choir singing carols - seeing it as it should be seen.
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#16 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
The church has a friary within it and its interior is beautiful, there are windows there by Harry Clarke, which are resplendent and very ornate, The altar is embellished with cloisoinne, and behind it is a window...
The Church is an example of simple English Gothic Revival.
#18 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
I stopped in today what a beautiful peaceful church so peaceful wonderful architecture right on corks north side of the river lee on popes quay it is worth visiting
The high ceiling and ornate windows, together with the wonderful sanctuary lends a sense of peace and tranquillity.
#24 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
I was absolutely delighted to attend such a beautiful Mass, receive Communion, meet some of the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity, and met a very nice woman named Rose.
The Priest celebrant is well prepared and the Mass is a valid community celebration where all are welcome.
#26 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
#32 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
... church, The people are so welcoming and easy to talk to, the pastors are such great guys, I just love it, Grace has so much to offer what ever your age, male or female, The worship and the message is so good.
Wonderful bunch of people, friendly atmosphere, excellent music and a great place to visit or fellowship long term.
#37 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
It unsurprisingly as an active catholic church, has a number of religious icons including the spectacular under alter sculpture of the "The Dead Christ" being one of three by the Cork John Hogan.
Later he moved to Rome where he was inspired to make a sculpture of the Dead Christ and he went on to make three of these.
#55 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork
#70 of 71 Sights & Landmarks in Cork