Belfast & Northern Ireland

St. Patrick's Catholic Church

  199 Donegall St      (+44) (0)28 9032 4597     more than a year ago
Completed in 1877, the imposing church you see today replaced an earlier, more modest building and was clearly intended to demonstrate the growing influence and numbers of Catholics in late 19th Century Belfast. Amongst its many charms is the statue of St Patrick above the door which, like the altar, was carved by the father of Padraig Pearse, hero of the Easter Rising. Renowned Irish artist Sir John Lavery was baptised here, and his religious triptych adorns the side chapel. A stained glass window also depicts the church's 1815 origins.


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City centre location

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Sunday Mass 08:00, 10:00, 12:00 & 19:00.


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Hi Helen. Please contact the church directly for this information. Good luck with your search. The Belfast In Your Pocket team.
Helen Morrison
Merseyside England
Dear St Patrick,s Church I have been looking for my husbands great grandparents and I believe they were married at St Patrick,s in 1874 by the Rev J O''Hara . If it is possible could you please tell me how I could get a copy of the church records of their marriage , I have searched a few Historical web sites and had no luck , Any help would be fantastic Kind Regards Helen Morrison
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