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This is a very serene and beautiful church. We stumbled across it after visiting Crumlin Road Jail and decided to venture inside. It was very peaceful and we enjoyed the quiet ....... but then as we wandered about we heard a strange noise and discovered...More
This church is only a short stroll away from St. Anne's, and I liked it much more than the cathedral. First of all, there is no entrance fee and it is such a beautiful and peaceful place. There was a priest who welcomed us and...More
Visited with hubby whilst on a Belfast City tour.
A really lovely church and I enjoyed looking at the triptych "The Madonna of the Lakes". No charge to enter.
Just a bit sad that we were totally ignored by people in the church unlike when...More
we visited as this was my mother's church growing up nearly sixty years ago.
was a bit wary as there is scaffolding outside and its a place of worship but was given a warm welcome by a gentleman pottering about inside and was told it...More
We approached St Patrick's Church somewhat tentatively as it is currently sheathed in scaffolding and builders hoardings, but once inside, what a revelation! An almost perfect Victorian Church with an atmosphere of calm just off one of Belfast's main streets that was unexpected and drew...More
OK, I’ll confess to being an artist, and a fan of Sir John Lavery’s paintings. I came across the church at night, on my way home from a hospital visit. The place has scaffolding all over the spire at the moment, but I wanted to...More