Welcome to the website of St. Mary’s Pro Cathedral.
Few buildings have such a close association with significant moments in the political and religious history of Ireland as the Pro-Cathedral.
Compared with cathedrals in other European capitals, St. Mary’s is neither ancient nor awesome; its site was a compromise.
Presidents, governments and foreign ambassadors come to the Pro-Cathedral on great national occasions. The Lord Mayor and the County Council come to extend Christmas greetings to the Archbishop on behalf of the citizens of Dublin. Tourists include St. Mary’s on sightseeing trips around the city, and during the summer there is often are nearly as visitors as local parishioners Sunday Masses. The people of Dublin, who know it affectionately as the ‘Pro’ and in an echo of earlier days, there are still residents in the neighbourhood who still refer to it as ‘the Chapel in Marlborough Street’.
Every day there is a constant stream of people dropping in to light a candle and say a quiet prayer.
It is, as Archbishop Troy wanted it to be, a heart for the city and an active house of God.
Welcome to St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, the Cathedral Church of the Archdiocese of Dublin.
We are delighted to be able to share with you Daily mass from the Cathedral through our web cameras.
Mass will be broadcast live from St. Mary’s each day at 11 am and on Sundays live at 11am
This service is brought to you in conjunction with MCN media
MONDAY TO SATURDAY
* 5.45 p.m. (6.00 p.m. Sat)
* Sung Mass with the Palestrina Choir on Fridays during Choir term.
*Sung Mass with St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Girls’ Choir on Tuesdays during Choir Term
* No evening Mass during the Month of August
6.00 p.m. Sat (Vigil Mass) – Cantor & Organ
10.00 a.m. *St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Girls’ Choir
11.00 a.m. Sung Latin Mass (Novus Ordo) * Palestrina Choir
12.45 p.m. Cantor & Organ
6.30 p.m. Pro Nuova Music Group
* during Choir term.
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