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Saint Patricks Church, Belfast

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  • we visited as this was my mother's church growing up nearly sixty years ago. was a bit wary as there is scaffolding outside and its a place of worship but was given a warm welcome by a gentleman potte...  more »
  • We approached St Patrick's Church somewhat tentatively as it is currently sheathed in scaffolding and builders hoardings, but once inside, what a revelation! An almost perfect Victorian Church with an...  more »
  • OK, I’ll confess to being an artist, and a fan of Sir John Lavery’s paintings. I came across the church at night, on my way home from a hospital visit. The place has scaffolding all over the spire at ...  more »
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  • As Anglicans (St Mathews Church, Woodvale Road, we had the pleasure and honour attending Sunday Mass at St. Patricks with friends. It was truly splendid and unforgettable. God Bless.
  • The church itself has little of interest to recommend it and if you want to see the Sir John Lavery "Madonna of the Lakes" just don't waste your time: it's in a dark corner shielded with glass that just reflects light from the windows opposite. It's totally illegible.
  • love this church, st patricks has just celebrated its 200th year. beautiful church. Sunday night mass by candle light is lovely as is the singing
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