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Kilbarrack Foxfield

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Saint of the Day

Statue of St John the Evangelist and the Eagle erected in 2007 to commemorate 25 years since the opening of the current church

Fr Finbarr Neylon

Church of Saint John the Evangelist viewed from Greendale Road

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Catholicism—Beyond Reasonable Doubt

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Welcome – Céad Míle Fáilte


The Parish Church of St John the Evangelist with its interesting pyramid architecture is found a hundred metres inland from the Howth Road/James Larkin (coast) Road Junction which places it nicely in the heart of the parish area.


We hope you enjoy visiting our website. You will find information and news on all aspects of our Parish life. In our Group page we list relevant information about all our Parish Resources, Church-based Groups, Schools, Community Groups etc. We hope you receive a little glimpse of our Parish life.


If you need to contact the parish please click on our contacts section where you will find all the relevant details as well as office opening hours.

Fr Peter Finnerty

Parish Administrator

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Here is another opportunity to watch the powerful 1977 production; Jesus of Nazareth starring Robert Powell. This 7 hour long mini series reproduced in two parts. 
Part 1 begins at Jesus birth 
Part 2 begins at the miracle of the loaves and fishes.
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Church of St John the Evangelist

Kilbarrack Foxfield

Tuam Mother and Baby Home—

An alternative perspective:

Did the Nuns actually love the children in their care and treat deceased children with respect and dignity?

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