St Aidan's Cathedral in Enniscorthy

Establishment, church and place of worship at Cathedral Street, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland. Here you will find detailed information about St Aidan's Cathedral: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.


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Cathedral Street
County Wexford
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Phone number:
+353 53 923 5777



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    Alfonso Silverio Added 21/04/2018
    I have visited St. Aidans Cathedral, a number of times, during visits to relatives near Enniscorthy. Visits to this Roman Catholic Cathedral were due to religious purposes. It is a solemn, peaceful & impressive church to visit. It is a distinctively shaped long, narrow, high built & Gothic style Cathedral. Built from 1843. Consecrated in 1860. Designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (b-1812 - d-1852). The Cathedral is dedicated to St. Maedoc of Ferns (feastday 31st January), also known as St. `Aedan or Aidan who died 626. The Cathedral has an impressive facade, a long-aisled nave, altars, stained glass windows, holy images & statues, among them is a "Pieta". Definitely worth visiting even as tourists in County Wexford.
    Annemarie Sherlock Added 20/02/2018
    Beautifully kept church always so peaceful

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