The faith community of Saint Patrick’s welcomes you to our church here in Strandhill and prays blessing on you as you engage with us in our pilgrimage of faith together. We are delighted to be in communion with you through this web site and hope that you will join us in celebration as we strive to live Gospel values in this sacred place. Always feel welcome to join us in worship here and as we reach out to you today we do so in the firm belief that our shared belief in God will bring us deep Read more...
St. Patrick’s Church
The faith that built St. Patrick's Church can be traced back to the 5th century, and bishop Bronus of Kilaspugbrone who established an early Irish monastic settlement in the Strandhill Read more...
Kilaspugbrone church dates back to the period between 1150 and 1220, but the original structure is thought to have been built in the fifth century. The ruins of this ancient church stand on the Read more...
Synodality - "this will happen or not at local level"
Learnings from the Synod on Synodality in Rome
Pray for the gift of peace for the Holy Land - Michael Kelly
Synod2023 ends in Rome ... a new stage begins
Making Decisions and Preparing for the Future Together - Kilmore Diocese
"I would be hoping that back home in the Church in Ireland we can do this ..." Bishop Alan McGuckian
"Everyone has to feel that this Synod is for them ..." Bishop Brendan Leahy
Synodal Sunday Reflection for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 29th October 2023
"A very different kind of Synod ..." - Austen Ivereigh on Synod2023