The present building designed by J N Scott & A Lorne 1934 was intended to be a hall but was used for worship until a permanent church could be built. When this plan was abandoned in the 1950s the building was adapted to become exclusively the place of worship. Entrance porch by Sam Sweeney added 1995 and extended to provide additional rooms in 2010. Wall hangings by Maison Bouvrier 2002. Marian Grotto in grounds 1983 to mark the Golden Jubilee, recently embellished and decorated by local talent from within the church community.
Sundays: 6.30 Sunday vigil; 10.30 Sunday morning and also daily masses
Open daily by arrangement
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