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St Catherine’s Church

“We are ordinary people wishing to create a parish where all feel welcomed and valued.” – Parish of St. Catherine of Alexandria.

St Catherine’s Church is a Roman Catholic church situated on Meath Street, Dublin. It was devoted to St. Catherine of Alexandria whose feast day was known as a day of holy obligation up until the 16th century.  The church and parish is currently under the administration of the Augustinian Orede and has been since 1974.

An unfortunate event happened in January 2012, where the church took an extensive amount of fire damage which caused over 5 million euros worth of destruction to the interior.

The church is currently under restoration thanks to the generous amount of donations from groups and individuals. Though the church is still under reconstruction, the kind hearts of those who donated have meant that St Catherine’s can be opened to the public and that services can still continue.

We enjoyed working with Anne from St Catherine’s Church to create an Online Book to honour and recognise those individuals who made the restoration possible through donations. The online book is able to be viewed in a touch screen cabinet at the church.

If you would like to raise awareness, increase engagement and funds for your charity or project or simply honour loved ones contact us to find out how we can create an online book for you.

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Polly BolithoSt Catherine’s Church
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