church was consecrated in July 1979. The building is of red brick construction
with a narrow spire. This drew much public attention during the latter stages
of construction as it was lowered into place by helicopter.
completion of the building, it was beset by a major structural defect relating
to the roof support. This has since been rectified.
A brief pictorial
view of our church
Our Lady's Altar
Plaque displaying past and present
History of the parish
of the parish of Holy Trinity date back as far as the 1830s.
church was situated on Parliament Street. This was of rendered finish and
had a bell tower. The bell, sadly, was unable to be used due to safety concerns
for many years.
The following is a chronological
list of all the Parish Priests who have served Holy Trinity:
||Years of service
|Very Rev. Provost James Waterworth
|Rev. Father Edmund Smith
|Right Rev. Mgr Canon John Hadican
|Rev. Father Claude Bostock
|Very Rev. Canon John Bernard Farmer
|Right Rev. Mgr Peter J. O’Dowd
| Rev. Father Timothy O’Sullivan
| Fr. Michael Stappard
|Mgr. Brian Dazeley.
|Fr. Michael O'Donoghue.
||Fr. Bernard Doran
||Fr. Joe McGovern
|Fr. A. White
||Fr. Joe Carty
||Fr. Brian Finerty
||Fr. Eoin O’Mahony
|Fr. Bernard Kevill
||Fr. John Mack
|Fr. Ronald Hudson R.I.P.
||Fr. Joseph Maguire
|Fr. Michael Brown
||Fr. Philip Baker
|Fr. John Tavares
||Fr. Joseph Dom