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Church exterior

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Church exterior


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40 anniversary - 2013




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Altar

Eagle and Cross

The Eagle - symbol of St John the Evangelist

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Altar during mass




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The beautiful Baptismal Area

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The Baptismal Banner

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The new Ambry in Baptismal Area


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A view of the Holy Oils in the Ambry




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A side view of the Sanctuary

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The new Crucifix has Jesus standing in triumph, victorious over death with the window representing his glorification

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The front view of the Sanctuary




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Easter Banner on the back walls of the Church

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The new Easter Banners behind The Tabernacle

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Easter Banner on the back walls of the Church






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Icon of St Patrick on the side wall of the Church

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The clear glass panel allowing you to view the beautiful Stained Glass windows in the Oratory.



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Icons of St Brigid on the side wall of the Church




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Our Lady's Statue outside the Sacristy

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The statue of Our Lady in the Oratory

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Our Lady of Ballinteer

Presented by the Sculptor Noel Hoare in memory of his parents Alexander & Bridget Hoare for whom you are asked to pray.



Stained glass windows in the church - Artist: Patrick Pollen

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The Nativity

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The Last Supper

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The Crucifixion

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The Resurrection




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St. Joseph




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St. Pio (Padre Pio)


The images above are just a representation of the many that you will see in our church






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St. John the Evangelist Banners

Both are on display on the Sanctuary wall behind the Altar in our Parish Church.

Click here to see details of the Banners

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Shrine for the Word

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The Synod held in Rome in 2008 was based on the theme of The Word and the importance of the Bible in the life of the Church, so it is timely that we have a new shrine in our church dedicated to giving the Word of God a place of honour.

A new stand has been erected in the place where the Baptismal font used to be. This space has now become a shrine to the Word and it is in the form of an eagle with its wings outstretched, holding the Bible (The Word of God) on its back to signify the majesty and divine inspiration of what is found written in the Bible.

The eagle is the symbol of St.John the Evangelist and of his Gospel. John's is the most mystical and spiritually uplifting of the four Gospels, contemplating God in the same way that the eagle was meant to be able to look unflinchingly into the eye of the sun. His Gospel, like the eagle,soars to great heights in contemplating the mystery of the Word made flesh.

Thanks to Noel Hoare forthis beautifully sculpted piece of granite which now holds a special place in our beautiful church.

God Bless, Fr. Liam P.P. Moderator.






Click here for views of the beautifully-designed Church Gates