Glanmire Parish, County Cork, Ireland - part of the Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross.

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Mass times

Mass times

October 29, 2017

Glanmire parish has 2 churches, St Joseph’s Springhill and St Michael’s Upper Glanmire. Mass and confessions are held in each as follows: Share post  Follow us     

Sacred space for World Meeting of Families

Sacred space for World Meeting of Families

October 1, 2017

  There is a Sacred Space in St Joseph’s and St Michael’s for World Meeting of Families 2018. This space contains an image of the Holy Family, some prayer leaflets and a box for intentions for your own family. This space will remain in the churches until August 2018, although it’s location within the church may […]

New Parish Centre

New Parish Centre

March 23, 2017

As construction continues and the new parish centre takes shape, we share the architect’s drawing of the final building. The building will comprise a large meeting area which can be subdivided, offices, coffee area and a covered walkaway to end of priests’ houses. The large meeting room will have a permanent link to the church allowing […]

Interior of St Joseph’s Church

Interior of St Joseph’s Church

November 15, 2010

Shown here is the interior of St Joseph’s Church, which was renovated in 2010. Share post  Follow us     

The Annunciation – Stained Glass Window in the Sanctuary

The Annunciation – Stained Glass Window in the Sanctuary

November 12, 2010

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The Transfiguration by John Hogan 1857

The Transfiguration by John Hogan 1857

November 11, 2010

The Transfiguration is a sculpture by John Hogan who was born in Tallow, County Waterford, in 1800. It depicts the event recorded in each of the synoptic gospels whereby Jesus was transformed in the presence of the apostles Peter, James and John. His clothes became dazzingly white and a voice from heaven said, “This is […]

St. Michael’s Church with Bicentenary Tree in Foreground

St. Michael’s Church with Bicentenary Tree in Foreground

October 31, 2010

St Michael’s Church dates from 1808 and is built on the site of a penal Mass house. The bicentenary was celebrated in 2008 with a number of functions to mark the historic occasion: Mass celebrated by Bishop John Buckley, the preacher being Archdeacon Kerry Murphy-O’Connor; two broadcast radio Masses; the redecoration of the church; a […]

Final Resting Place

Final Resting Place

October 2, 2010

Five former parish priests of Glanmire parish are buried in the grounds of St Joseph’s Church. The headstones are an imposing presence to the passerby. The priests who are buried here are: Canon Thomas Shindwin (died 1922); Revd T. A. Murray (died 1945); Canon John Goold (died 1949); Canon John Forde (retired 1985, died 1994); […]