St. Aidan’s Cathedral Parish Data Privacy Notice

St. Aidan’s Cathedral Parish Data Privacy Notice
The document provides a policy statement regarding the data protection obligations of our Parish, thus ensuring that we comply with Data Protection Regulations within Irish Legislation. This policy applies to all personal data collected and stored in the course of its’ activities.
What is Personal…

Patron Sunday 14th August

Sunday 14th August after 10am Mass
Sunday 14th August at 3pm
You are encouraged to tend to family graves in advance of Patrons. Please continue to support the Cemetery Committee, workers and voluntary workers by keeping the cemetery tidy. The committee…

Ordination of Bishop Ger Nash

Bishop Ger Nash was ordained as the 81st Bishop of Ferns on Sunday 5th September 2021 in St. Aidan’s Cathedral Enniscorthy.

Gerard Nash was born on 27 February 1959 at Glandree in the parish of Tulla, Co Clare. After the Leaving Certificate he studied business and then worked in the manufacturing industry for a number…

Mass Times

Public Masses

When attending mass in The Cathedral, we would ask you to please continue to observe the following:

  1. Wear a mask
  2. Sanitise your hands upon entry and exit
  1. Sit on your own or with members of your own household,
  1. Maintain proper social distancing.


Have You Ever Thought of Priesthood?

Despite the many distractions in our busy world, certain questions still arise in our hearts – what is the meaning of my life? Who does God want me to become? Did the thought ever occur to you that God might be calling you to serve him as a priest? Don’t be afraid! If God is…

St. Aidan’s Cathedral Pastoral Council

The concept of Pastoral Councils stemmed from Vatican II in 1965 and, since then the Church has repeatedly recommended the development of pastoral councils as a means of encouraging the shared responsibility of all the baptized in the life and mission of the church. When Pope John Paul II spoke to over…

Contributing to Life in St. Aidan’s Parish

We are privileged to work with the community of St. Aidan’s Parish in its life of prayer and service. Our community is a happy one in which much good is done. Both of us rejoice in this goodness. We hope to continue with the excellent work of our priestly predecessors and the committees of the…

Advertise in the Parish Newsletter


If you are a ‘not for profit’ community group/club/organisation and would like to publicise upcoming events or report on your club or groups activities, then you can do so through our Parish Newsletter.  All notices must be received in writing. Please send your notice into the Parish Office before…

Parish Shop

Currently under level 5 restrictions the parish office is closed to the public.

The telephone is attended Monday to Friday from 10am to 1pm.  If possible all business to be conducted over the phone 053 9235777.


Our shop is located in the parish office (in the Presbytery) and is open during office hours,


Parish Cemeteries

Our Cemeteries are sacred places and it is our duty to care for these sacred resting places.

We ask each person to respect these resting places and the graves and property of other people who visit. It is an offence to dump rubbish other than cemetery waste in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Please dispose of your…