The Very Reverend Gerald Field The Deanery
Co Tipperary Tel: +353-062-61232
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Timetable of Services and Events
If you are interested in any of the Parish activities, you can download a copy of "Directions" (Our timetable of Services and Events) here
The current Sunday Rota is available here for all churches in Cashel Union of Parishes
About Cashel Union of Parishes
Cashel Union of Parishes consists of the following Cathedrals and Churches:
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Baptist and St Patricks Rock, Cashel
St Mary's Church, Tipperary town
St Mary's Church, Ballintemple, Dundrum
St Sedna's Church, Clonbeg, Glen of Aherlow
Church Of The Holy Spirit, Magorban
You can get any information about a specific parish, by clicking one of the buttons on the right hand side of the page.
General information can be found by donwloading the monthly Directions pdf which lists the main events and service times throughout Cashel Union
If you want to see when the Eucharist or other services are happening in each church, you can download the Sunday Rota.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Baptist and St. Patricks Rock, Cashel
St. John the Baptist and St. Patrick’s Rock, Cashel, resting at the heart of Tipperary’s Golden Vale, is an epicentre of Irish and European heritage, with a history which predates the discovery of America and the New World by over a millennium.
A home to saints, scholars and warrior chiefs, it overlooks a magnificent landscape from atop the world famous Rock of Cashel.
Nearby the Cathedral perimeter walls date back to the 13th century and the 19th century library houses ancient manuscripts and books, while the age of part of the graveyard remains unknown. Always peering at worshippers is the rock of Cashel and Cormac’s chapel.
These images occupy many pages in many books throughout the world and we who live in Cashel are surrounded by history with a modern Cathedral as part of the course.