Trinity Church which is integrated into the streetscape of Catherine Street was an Episcopal church built in 1834 through subscriptions raised by the Edward Newenham Hoare. Reverend Edward Newenham Hoare, was born in Limerick in...Read More
St Joseph’s church on O’Connell Avenue was built in 1904. It was originally used as a chapel of ease to accommodate the growing population of St Michael’s parish. The architect of the church was Mr W E Corbett...Read More
The St. Saviours Dominican present day church was built in 1815/6 when the Dominicans moved from Fish Lane under the leadership of Fr Joseph Harrigan. Edward Henry, the Earl of Limerick donated the land to the Dominicans. The...Read More
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