Monthly Archives: July 2017

St Paul’s choir to sing in catherdral

The choir is honoured to be invited once again to sing services in St Patrick’s Cathedral on a summer Sunday when the resident choir is on holidays.  Under the direction of St Paul’s director of music Nathan Barrett, and accompanied on the organ by Matthew Breen, organist of St Patrick’s Dalkey, the choir will sing at 11.15am Choral Eucharist and 3.15pm Choral Evensong on Sunday, July 30th. The music will include anthems God so loved the world by Stainer andGloria in excelsis deo by Vivaldi.

Book now for parish outing to Kilkenny

Book now for our Parish Outing to Kilkenny on Saturday, September 9th as remaining seats are being offered to people in the “cluster” parishes, to ensure we have a full bus. Highlights of the day will include guided tours of St Canice’s Cathedral and Kilkenny Castle as well as a “road train” tour of the medieval city itself.
 The all-in price of €50 a head for the whole day also includes a two-course lunch at the renowned Langton House Hotel, morning coffee and scones during a stop at the Arboretum Garden Centre in Leighlinbridge on the way and, of course, door-to-door transport from St Paul‘s to Kilkenny and back. The bus will leave St Paul‘s at 8am sharp and is expected to return at approximately 7pm. Places are limited so please arrange to buy tickets straight away with John White: or on 087 259 4729.