The first Catholic church on the site was built in 1703. The present building dates from 1860, architect Joseph A Hansom. It is in simple Gothic style with nave and chancel. The stone reredos has polished granite shafts, while similar columns support the altar. The simplicity continues with the demi-octagonal stone pulpit and braced rafter roof.
Sunday: 12.45 pm;
Saturday Vigil 7.30 pm
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