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Arts and Entertainment Near St. Patrick's Cathedral

Harry's on the Green
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
2 South King St
Dublin, Ireland 01 475 8504

01-4758504

Dublin's ONLY premier TRIPLE AWARD WINNING Manhattan style Cocktail bar with a superb food menu, great live entertainment and dj's We cater for all kinds of events including Product Launches, Birthday Parties, Coroprate Events, Engagement Parties, Private Parties ect.

Everleigh Garden
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
33 Harcourt Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

0834454556

***LOST AND FOUND*** There is no contact number, you need to pop into the venue between 9.30-10.30pm any night of the week We’ve brought a new nightclub experience to a Dublin scene in need of something different. Winner of Nightclub of the year 2013/2014 at the National Hospitality Awards Centrally located on Harcourt Street, Everleigh Garden is a unique nightclub experience. An electric atmosphere where our garden comes to life. This is a club for everyone. Our music policy caters for everyone, from chart hits to electro-house and from RnB to all the old favourites. Combined with our almost-outdoor Mediterranean atmosphere, we know you’ll feel a world away from the city. Keep watching this page to be invited to our garden parties.

The Liquor Rooms
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
5 Wellington Quay
Dublin, Ireland D2

00353873393688

Late night bar 7 nights a week. Open from 5pm daily. Food served from 5pm-10pm. For reservations email: [email protected] For lost property email: [email protected]

4 Dame Lane
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
4 Dame Lane
Dublin, Ireland Dublin

01-6790291

A funky venue with an edgy attitude spread over 2 floors. Located bang in the middle of Dublin city centre, 2 minutes walk from Trinity. Attracting friendly and fun people for cocktails and dancing. The Beat Suite every Friday and Saturday has some of Dublin’s best Djs with Indie, Electro & Pop. Our venue has been the prime location for clients and events such as: Xbox Halo launch, Annual Hotpress Album Launches, Hotpress HTC Launch with Roy seven, Arthur’s Day, Google Team events, The Corona’s album launch, Facebook We offer drinks, cocktails and great music 7 nights a week.

Filmbase
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Curved Street, Temple Bar
Dublin, Ireland 2

+353 (0)1 679 6716

Founded in 1986, Filmbase has been dedicated to supporting emerging and aspiring Irish filmmakers for over two decades. As a members's led organisation, we offer a range of services including quality training at affordable rates, access to a range of film award schemes, equipment hire at non-commercial rates and the publication of Ireland's only dedicated film magazine Film Ireland. Filmbase also offers information and advice on how to get into film and our city-centre location offers the perfect place to network and talk film!

The Clarence, Dublin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
6-8 Wellington Quay
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

+353 1 407 0800

The Clarence is Dublin’s premier boutique hotel located in the heart of the city, on the banks of the River Liffey just a stone’s throw from the famous Ha’penny Bridge. Our hotel is a proud reflection of 21st century Ireland, simple and elegant, a contemporary aesthetic that embodies the very best of Irish hospitality. The Clarence first opened its doors in 1852. The hotel was refurbished in the 1930’s and hosted an eclectic clientele, from visiting clergymen to bawdy musicians. The tired two-star stopover was bought by Bono and The Edge in 1992 and transformed into a contemporary boutique hotel, the kind of place that they would choose to stay themselves, if visitors to Dublin city. Their new Clarence Hotel opened in June 1996. Our hotel is located within short walking distance of a myriad of Dublin city experiences to suit all tastes: from Michelin star Irish restaurants to cool indie coffee bars; big brand shopping on Grafton Street to cutting edge Irish designwear around Temple Bar, George’s Street and South William Street; theatres such as the world famous Abbey as well as contemporary venues such as the Project Arts Centre and the New Theatre. Catch a huge international band at The Olympia or discover some brand new Irish rock music in The Workman’s Club. Dublin’s biggest nightclubs are just a stroll away, from the opulent and exclusive Madison Nightclub to the fun filled party vibe of Everleigh Gardens. Cultural Dublin awaits guests at The Clarence: Trinity College, The Guinness Storehouse, The James Joyce Centre, Dublinia, The Natural History Museum and so much more. With 50 bedrooms and suites to choose from, as well as our spectacular Penthouse Suites, The Clarence offers luxurious and stylish accommodation in the heart of it all. Within the hotel complex, guests can enjoy a number of dining and bar areas – The Study and The Octagon Bar in the hotel itself, as well as Cleaver East restaurant on the ground floor and The Liquor Rooms underneath the hotel. We also provide 24 hour room service and many added comforts for our guests to enjoy. The Clarence is the perfect location for a stylish, modern city centre wedding or civil ceremony and our dedicated team will provide every assistance in arranging your beautiful day in one of our many spaces. Our front facing function rooms and suites offer privacy and understated elegance overlooking The Liffey. We have all the facilities needed to host your event, from large conferences to intimate meetings. Our events team will assist from start to finish. From fun weekends to romantic getaways, family gatherings to solo business trips, a warm welcome, a luxurious room and superior service awaits you at The Clarence Hotel.

The Meeting House Dublin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Sycamore street, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland 2

016703330

THE MEETING HOUSE IS WHERE CREATIVE PEOPLE MEET – FROM MUSICIANS TO DESIGNERS – WHO CREATE THEIR OWN VIBE, FUELLED BY GREAT FOOD, DRINK, MUSIC + ART.

St. Patrick's Festival Ireland
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
St. Stephen's Green House, Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin, Ireland

+353 1 676 3205

Join us for 4 days and nights of Free events, culture, music and entertainment!

ReINKarnated
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
5 Parliament Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

085 8115 333

We are Reinkarnated.... A crew of talented artists and friendly staff that want to tattoo you, it's as simple as that. Send us a mail if you have any queries or pop into the shop to see us.

Havana Nightclub
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Dame Street
Dublin, Ireland

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Back Loft
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
7-11 St. Augustine Street
Dublin, Ireland

OpiumRooms ClubNight
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Whealans
Dublin, Ireland D.2

+353877834953

No Name Bar, Fade Street
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
3 Fade St
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

01 648 0010

Temple Bar TradFest
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
2-5 Wellington Quay
Dublin, Ireland Temple Bar

017030700

TradFest Temple Bar has gained a reputation as the one of the biggest and best traditional Irish music and culture festivals in Ireland. It is now a firm fixture on the National and International festival calendar attracting national and international visitors. The festival takes place over 5 days and 5 nights with over 200 events. The festival has been recognised for its contribution to Irish traditional music and culture with several awards including Best Traditional Music Festival in the Festival Awards. Numerous iconic venues are used to host concerts featuring talented and beloved musicians from Ireland (and further afield) such as The Dubliners, Martin Hayes, Donovan, Paul Brady, Paddy Casey, John Sheahan, Mick Flanney, Matt Molloy, Arty McGlynn, John Carty, Mundy, Clannad, Moya Brennan, Sharon Shannon, Maura O’Connell, Altan and many more. The venues include St. Patrick’s Cathedral, St Werburgh’s Church, St Michan’s Church, Dublin’s City Hall, House of Lords, Dublin Castle, The New Theatre and the Button Factory. For more information visit us on: www.templebartrad.com

Mercantile Hotel, 28 Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin D2
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
28 Dame Street
Dublin, Ireland

1 670 7100

C U Next Tuesday
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Opium Rooms
Dublin, Ireland Dublin

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Every tuesday(obv) we get together for a party. We play R'n'B, hip hop, pop etc - but only the good stuff. We make Tuesdays bearable.

Dublin Camera Club
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
10 Lower Camden Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

083 3787651 (from 8pm to 10pm)

In recent years, as photography and the visual arts have become ever more accessible by digital and electronic technology, the Dublin Camera Club has established itself as the one of the city’s leading providers of evening classes in photography. The club has also contributed to the regeneration of the city by providing activities in the premises on most week nights, and at weekends.

Dalkey Lobster Fest
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Castle Street, Dalkey
Dublin, Ireland Dalkey

0862615478

Dalkey Lobster Fest. 24,25,26 August. Lobster, Crab...and all that Jazz. Promoting the heritage town of Dalkey as a great place to wine, dine and entertain.

Camden Recording Studios Dublin
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
67 Pleasants Place, Dublin 8, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland D8

+353871310075

If you’re looking for help in bringing your songs to the next level, we can assist at the song-writing stage to give your songs the lift they need. We regularly work with top session musicians in the country. We can help match the right musician with your project to make sure you get exactly what you need. Our experienced producers are there to oversee your project and give it the sound you are looking for. A great arrangement can make the difference between a good song and a masterpiece. If you imagine that a large string section or a big band sound would be right for your song and would like to get a professional to write an arrangement, we can turn these ideas into a reality. We provide top quality professional charts to ensure that the recording session goes smoothly.

Dublin Conservative Club
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
20 Camden Row Dublin 2
Dublin, Ireland

Church Near St. Patrick's Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral Dublin
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Christchurch Place
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 8

01 677 8099

Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin's oldest buildings, a leading visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years. Famous for its breathtaking beauty, magnificent architectural features and wonderful floor tiles, Christ Church is also popular as a venue and is host to many high profile concerts throughout the year. The famous 12th Century Crypt houses the Cathedral cafe and is available for events such as wedding receptions, dinners and Christmas parties etc.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Saint Patrick's Close
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 8

+353 1 453 9472

Dublin Unitarian Church
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
112 St. Stephen's Green West
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

00 353 1 478 0638

We are a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ages who worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephen’s Green in the centre of Dublin city.The church was built as a Unitarian church in 1863 but Unitarians in Dublin, ( known at different times as Non Conformists / Dissenters / Presbyterians) are descendants of several congregations which had 'Meeting Houses' in the city since the mid-1600's. Our bond of union is religious sympathy, not the declaration of a creed-bound faith. In the love of truth and in the spirit of Christ, we unite for the worship of God and the service of our fellows. The following text has been the motto of our church for many years: "Love is the doctrine of this church, the quest of truth is its sacrament and service is its prayer. To dwell together in peace. To seek knowledge in freedom. To serve humankind in fellowship to the end that all souls shall grow in harmony with the divine. This do we covenant with each other and with God." The church is an eco-congregation and has been awarded a Fairtrade Certificate. On our website at www.dublinunitarianchurch.org, you can find details of our services, a map to help you find us, a history of our church and of Unitarianism in Dublin, information about our fundraising campaign for the restoration of the church organ and links to other useful sites. Details on our rites of passage services – baptisms, weddings and funerals – are also available.

Saint Mary Of The Angels Church In Church St.Dublin
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Church Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin

Dublin Mosque
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
163 South Circular Road
Dublin, Ireland Dublin

(00 353 1) 4533242

Dublin Mosque is a mosque on the South Circular Road, Dublin in Ireland. It is the headquarters of the Islamic Foundation of Ireland.The Donore Presbyterian Church was constructed in the 1860s in the style of a 13th-century English church. In 1983 the building on the South Circular Road was bought by the Islamic Foundation of Ireland and converted into a mosque.

Pepper Canister Church
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
2 Mount Street Crescent
Dublin, Ireland 2

St. Audoen's Church, Dublin
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Cornmarket
Dublin, Ireland 8

St Audoen's Church is the church of the parish of St Audoen in the Church of Ireland, located south of the River Liffey at Cornmarket in Dublin, Ireland. This was close to the centre of the medieval city. The parish is in the Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough. St Audoen's is the oldest parish church in Dublin and still used as such. There is a Roman Catholic church of the same name adjacent to it.ChurchThe church is named after St Ouen (or Audoen) of Rouen (Normandy), a saint who lived in the seventh century and was dedicated to him by the Anglo-Normans, who arrived in Dublin after 1172. It was erected in 1190, possibly on the site of an older church dedicated to St. Columcille, dating to the seventh century. Shortly afterwards the nave was lengthened (but also made narrower) and a century later a chancel was added.In 1430 King Henry VI authorised the erection of a chantry here, to be dedicated to St Anne. Its founders and successors were to be called the Guild or Fraternity of St Anne, usually called Saint Anne's Guild. Six separate altars were set up in this chapel and were in constant use, financed by the wealthier parishioners. In 1485 Sir Roland Fitz-Eustace, Earl Portlester, erected a new chapel next to the nave, in gratitude for his preservation from shipwreck near the site.

All Nations Church
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
1 Haymarket Square, Smithfield
Dublin, Ireland D07 CDN0

0872600616

We are a vibrant Spirit filled Christian Church right in the heart of the City. We are conveniently located adjacent to the Smithfield Luas stop (on the Red line). Come join us in one of our Sunday services: 10am, 12:15pm or 7pm. You will find a very warm welcome. All Nations Church: Rediscover Sunday. Rediscover life!

John's Lane Church
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
94-96 Thomas Street
Dublin, Ireland

John's Lane Church opened in 1874 on the site of St. John's Hospital (founded in 1182). It is located on Thomas Street, Dublin, close to the centre of the medieval city, and is served by the Augustinian Order.HistoryThe original hospital on the site was constructed by Aelred the Palmer, a Norman living in Dublin, after a safe home-coming from an arduous pilgrimage to the Holy Land. He founded a monastery of Crossed Friars under the Rule of St. Augustine who would also manage a hospital close-by, the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. The monastery was dedicated to St. John the Baptist and stood just outside the city walls, and so was known as St. John's church without Newgate.In 1316 Edward Bruce marched towards Dublin at the head of his army, with the intention of besieging the city. The Dublin citizens, to prevent any danger from his approach, by common consent set fire to Thomas Street, but the flames laid hold of St. John's church and burned it to the ground, together with all the nearby suburbs.About the commencement of the 18th century an Augustinian Prior rented for their use as a chapel a stable on the western side of St. John's Tower, a surviving fragment of the Hospital. About 1740, on the site of part of the Hospital, was erected a small church 60ft by 24ft, which was considerably extended 40 years later.In 1860 it was decided to build a new church. The architect was Edward Welby Pugin, whose father was Augustus Welby Pugin, and assisted by his Irish partner and brother-in-law George C. Ashlin a native of Cork.

St. Teresa's Carmelite Church
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Clarendon Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

SnowBall Church Ireland
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
64 Strand Street Great
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 1

Saint Bartholomew's Church
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Dublin, Ireland

01 668 8522

The beautiful church of Saint Bartholomew's, Clyde Road, was consecrated in 1867. Many of its original features are intact, such as the sanctuary mosaics and the elaborate wrought iron choir screen. The architect was Thomas Wyat. The church has always been known for its High Anglican liturgical tradition.

Uckg Church
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
116 Millrace Road
Dublin, Ireland 7

Whitefriar Street Church
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
56 Aungier Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

+35314758821

Due to it's location in the heart of Dublin and it's history, Whitefriar Street Church has become a landmark of the city. It is home to Our Lady of Dublin and to the relics of St. Valentine. The church is run by the Irish Province of Carmelites. In-keeping with the contemplative tradition of the Carmelite Order, Whitefriar Street Church provides an oasis of prayerful silence in the midst of the bustling city.

St John Bosco's
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Navan Road
Dublin, Ireland

Our Lady Of Dolours Church
Distance: 2.3 mi Tourist Information
Botanic Road
Dublin, Ireland

Synagogue Of Progressive Jews
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
7 Leicester Avenue, Rathagr
Dublin, Ireland

(01)4973955

Church Of Three Patrons
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Rathgar Road
Dublin, Ireland Dub

St. Saviours Boxing Club
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Dorset street
Dublin, Ireland

Holy Trinity
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Church Avenue
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 6

Religious Organization Near St. Patrick's Cathedral

Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Saint Patrick's Close
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 8

+353 1 453 9472

St Michan's Church, Dublin
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Church Street, smithfield
Dublin, Ireland D7

00353 1 8724154

Welcome to St Michan's Parish Church in the heart of inner-city Dublin. Divine worship has been offered on this site since 1095 and continues today. We are a small community of people who seek God's nearer presence in word and sacrament. We are a parish of the Church of Ireland and part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. St Michan's is open daily for private prayer and the Holy Eucharist is celebrated on the second and fourth Sunday of the month at 10am. St Michan’s is also the parish church to the Law Courts of Ireland. You are most welcome to join us at any time. In addition we welcome thousands of tourists each year to visit our famous crypts, where the visitor will encounter mummified remains dating back centuries.

Damnation
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
RDS (The Royal Dublin Society) Merrion Road
Dublin, Ireland D4

EXPERIENCE THE TERROR OF SAMUEL PAGE'S NIGHTMARE at the Ring Hall, RDS, Dublin. TICKETS available at the box office or on Ticketmaster.ie

Dublin Unitarian Church
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
112 St. Stephen's Green West
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

00 353 1 478 0638

We are a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ages who worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephen’s Green in the centre of Dublin city.The church was built as a Unitarian church in 1863 but Unitarians in Dublin, ( known at different times as Non Conformists / Dissenters / Presbyterians) are descendants of several congregations which had 'Meeting Houses' in the city since the mid-1600's. Our bond of union is religious sympathy, not the declaration of a creed-bound faith. In the love of truth and in the spirit of Christ, we unite for the worship of God and the service of our fellows. The following text has been the motto of our church for many years: "Love is the doctrine of this church, the quest of truth is its sacrament and service is its prayer. To dwell together in peace. To seek knowledge in freedom. To serve humankind in fellowship to the end that all souls shall grow in harmony with the divine. This do we covenant with each other and with God." The church is an eco-congregation and has been awarded a Fairtrade Certificate. On our website at www.dublinunitarianchurch.org, you can find details of our services, a map to help you find us, a history of our church and of Unitarianism in Dublin, information about our fundraising campaign for the restoration of the church organ and links to other useful sites. Details on our rites of passage services – baptisms, weddings and funerals – are also available.

All Nations Church
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
1 Haymarket Square, Smithfield
Dublin, Ireland D07 CDN0

0872600616

We are a vibrant Spirit filled Christian Church right in the heart of the City. We are conveniently located adjacent to the Smithfield Luas stop (on the Red line). Come join us in one of our Sunday services: 10am, 12:15pm or 7pm. You will find a very warm welcome. All Nations Church: Rediscover Sunday. Rediscover life!

Drumcondra Adventist Church
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
ABCD, 40 Drumcondra Rd Lower
Dublin, Ireland D

SnowBall Church Ireland
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
64 Strand Street Great
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 1

Saint Bartholomew's Church
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Dublin, Ireland

01 668 8522

The beautiful church of Saint Bartholomew's, Clyde Road, was consecrated in 1867. Many of its original features are intact, such as the sanctuary mosaics and the elaborate wrought iron choir screen. The architect was Thomas Wyat. The church has always been known for its High Anglican liturgical tradition.

Ranelagh SDA Church
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
47a Ranelagh Road, Ranelagh
Dublin, Ireland D7

The Official Page of Seventh-day Adventist Churches in Dublin, Ireland

Sacred Heart Parish, Donnybrook
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Stillorgan Road
Donnybrook, Ireland 4

+353 1 2693926

Whitefriar Street Church
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
56 Aungier Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

+35314758821

Due to it's location in the heart of Dublin and it's history, Whitefriar Street Church has become a landmark of the city. It is home to Our Lady of Dublin and to the relics of St. Valentine. The church is run by the Irish Province of Carmelites. In-keeping with the contemplative tradition of the Carmelite Order, Whitefriar Street Church provides an oasis of prayerful silence in the midst of the bustling city.

www.sacredspace.ie
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
36 Lower Leeson Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

St. Andrew's Church, Westland Row, Dublin
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Westland Row
Dublin, Ireland

St. Andrew's Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Westland Row, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Construction started in 1832, it opened for public worship in 1834 but was not completed until 1837.HistoryThe architect appointed to design the church was John Bolger. However, he used the plans for a previous church, in Townsend Street, which had been designed by James Leeson. Assistance was received from Francis Johnston and James Lever. The roof was by Richard Turner. The exterior of the church has a Doric portico with a statue of St. Andrew, sculpted by John Smyth 1776 - 1840, son of Edward Smyth, d.1812, sculptor of the Riverine heads at the Custom House.On 7 January 1940 ornamentation fell from the ceiling, which prompted an investigation and refurbishment. This started in 1942 when the interior was renovated and painted. All sculptures were restored at the same time.Notable peopleDominic Corrigan (1802-1880), a noted physician, is buried in the crypt of the church.OrganThe organ of St. Andrew's was built by John White of Dublin in 1872. It is a large three manual instrument which originally contained many ranks of orchestral Cavaille-Coll pipework. This is no surprise as John White learned his trade in France. However, during the 1976 rebuild a large number of these were lost in favor of more neo-classical stops. If it were to be restored, the organ would be one of the finest in Dublin.OrganistThe organist of St. Andrew's since October 2011 is Aleksandre Nisse.References and sourcesNotesSourcesGeorge Newenham Wright An Historical Guide to the City of Dublin

Dublin Seventh-day Adventist Churches
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
47 Ranelagh Road
Dublin, Ireland 6

A place to join the journey of discipleship to Jesus

Gardiner Street Parish
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Gardiner Street
Dublin, Ireland

01 8363411

Spiritist Society of Ireland
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
15 Synge Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 8

Spiritist Society of Ireland – SSI is an independent, non-profit Spiritist Group, established in Dublin since 2009. Our aim is to study, practice and bring to Ireland the Spiritist Doctrine as codified by Allan Kardec, in three foundational aspects: Philosophical, Religious and Scientific.

Tara Kadampa Buddhist Centre Dublin
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
47 Terenure Rd East, Rathgar
Dublin, Ireland 6

A member of the international charity, New Kadampa Tradition - International Kadampa Buddhist Union, founded by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.

The Times Church
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
The Lab, Foley Street, Dublin 1
Dublin, Ireland 1

HopeLines! Don't stand alone! Call us today!!! 00353899619621. Someone to talk too! We can help!

We are ''The Times Church'' A bible believing evangelical gospel / born again charismatic evangelistic revival outreach/churches; Committed and dedicated to saving souls, transforming lives and rebuilding families; As a positive way of influencing society and helping people achieve their God given potential. To bring, ''Revival to the Nations''. Our vision is to build an uncommon word based churches across the globe for the body of Christ as a whole; Under different names and prophetic leaderships; Calling well able men/women filled with the Holy Ghost to come follow Jesus; And to join us accomplish the great commission! Go Jesus World Missions! Matthew 28:18-19: To plant Christian fellowships, churches, worships centres, in homes, on campuses, within communities, weekly bible study groups and world missions as directed and led by the Holy Ghost and our leader Apostle/Evangelist Theo Clegg whose greatest passion on earth is to win souls into the body of Christ!!! As determined by the Almighty God! In Jesus mighty name. Amen! Our Mission is to Save souls, equip believers, develop individuals spiritually and raise leaders to affect the secular systems if Jesus tarries . Train the local church memberships to lead the world as the light of the world, wherever we are; Also aim at, raising pastors, apostle, evangelist, teachers and prophets under powerful prophetic vision, direction, mandate and leadership of the Holy Ghost and our Apostle as God has purpose by the Holy Ghost direction; If Jesus tarries; Amen. Our daily passion is to liberate many that are stressed, depression, oppressed and possessed by Satan with our hopeless communities; Breaking any Satanic strongholds, control, fear, tension, illness, stress, anxiety, poverty and the power of doubt over their lives; And setting the captives totally free! We rest on the residue of the Holy Ghost by the finished work of Jesus Christ on the Cross of Calvary...Where Christ redeemed all humanity unto himself and overcame Satan by his blood and said, It's Finished. We also operate feed the families to support the poor and needy in homes, door to door support, on the streets, homeless, within our communities through our trust known as Times Aid-help today. We are committed and dedicated to the salvation, psychosocial development and transformation of all people within the different communities spiritually and physically. As a ministry dedicated to the psycho-social development, spiritual transformation of the individual and all children of God saved worldwide by Jesus Christ to see the light; However we target in feeding/clothing the poor and needy, pupils, students, children and broken families that are around us first...As we strongly believes charity begins at home; We do as written in the book of Acts 4:32-37. Where all believers had everything in common and nobody has need. We encourage you to hold on in faith unto your positive change comes, in due time...As we believe positive change is possible with God; Matthew 11: 22-24. As Jesus Christ never fails.Trust God; Press on and keep shining for Jesus...Peace be unto you. Shalom and grace to you.

Legion Of Mary
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
St. Stephens
Dublin, Ireland

THE BIBLICAL BASIS FOR PRAYING TO MARY AND FOR CATHOLIC TEACHINGS ON MARY The Blessed Virgin Mary is the mother of Jesus Christ. Contrary to the claims of some, the Catholic Church does not teach and has never taught that Mary is God. That would be heresy. Mary is just a creature, but the greatest of all the human beings ever created by God. Please look at this biblical evidence for the Catholic teachings about Mary, and why it’s so necessary to understand her role and importance. To understand the Bible and what it teaches about Mary (the mother of Jesus Christ), one must understand Biblical types. Type = a true event, person or institution in the Old Testament which foreshadows or prefigures something in the New Testament. THE BIBLE TEACHES THAT ADAM, THE FIRST MAN, WAS A TYPE OF JESUS CHRIST Jesus Christ was true God and true man. Adam was only a man, the first man. However, the Bible says that Adam was a type of the one who was to come, Jesus Christ. Romans 5:14 “Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam's transgression, who is the figure [type] of him that was to come [Jesus].” How was Adam a type of Jesus? It’s perhaps best summed up in this passage. Romans 5:19 “For as by one man's disobedience many were made sinners, so by the obedience of one shall many be made righteous.” Adam plunged the world into sin; Christ came to redeem the world from Adam’s sin. Adam sinned by his disobedience at the tree of the knowledge of good and evil; Christ redeemed the world by His obedience and sacrifice on the tree of the Cross. That’s why the Bible says that Christ is the new or second or last Adam. He came to undo what Adam did. He became the head of the new and redeemed race of those who supernaturally live in Christ, whereas Adam, the first man, was the head of humanity which fell into sin. THE BIBLE TEACHES THAT JESUS CHRIST IS THE SECOND ADAM 1 Corinthians 15:45 “And so it is written, the first man Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening spirit.” There are many biblical types. Keep in mind that all of these events, persons and things were real events, persons and things which also prefigured something that would come later. Here are a few examples: 1 Cor. 10:1-2 – The Bible teaches that the Crossing of the Red Sea (Exodus 14) prefigured baptism. 1 Peter 3:19-21 – The Bible teaches that Noah’s Ark and the Great Flood prefigured being saved by baptism and the Church. 1 Cor. 5:7 – The Bible teaches that the Passover Lamb, which was sacrificed (Exodus 12), prefigured Christ, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world (John 1:29). Heb. 8:8-9 – The Bible teaches that the Old Testament system was a “shadow” or figure of the New Testament. Matthew 12:40 – The Bible teaches that Jonas’ three days and nights in the belly of the whale prefigured Jesus Christ’s Resurrection from the dead after three days. Many other examples of biblical types could be given. It’s important to understand that the fulfillment of a type (called an “antitype”) is greater than the type. Jesus Christ is infinitely greater than Adam; the New Testament is greater than the Old; the Resurrection is greater than the travails of Jonas; etc. With that in mind, we must now consider types of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. There are many types of Mary. In addition to other biblical evidence, these types provide undeniable biblical proof for Catholic teachings about Mary. The following points will undoubtedly be new and surprising to many non-Catholics. AS CHRIST IS THE NEW ADAM, MARY IS THE NEW EVE As mentioned already, Adam was a type of Jesus Christ. There was a distinct woman who was involved with Adam, the first man, in the downfall of the world into sin. That was Eve, the first woman. It was Adam’s transgression which constituted the original sin. But Eve was instrumental and inextricably bound up with the events leading up to the original sin. The woman (Eve) sinned and was the occasion for Adam to sin. Genesis 3:1-6 “Now the serpent was more subtle than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden: But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.” Just as “the woman” (Eve) was intimately involved in the events leading up to the original sin, there is a distinct woman who was intimately involved in the events leading up to the Redemption. That is Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. She is the new Eve. There are numerous clear parallels in the Bible between Eve and Mary. These demonstrate that Mary is the new Eve, as Christ is the new Adam. EVE COMMUNICATED WITH, BELIEVED AND OBEYED A FALLEN ANGEL (THE SERPENT) – MARY COMMUNICATED WITH, BELIEVED AND OBEYED A GOOD ANGEL (GABRIEL) Genesis 3:4-6 “And the serpent said unto the woman, ye shall not surely die… she [Eve] took of the fruit thereof, and did eat...” Luke 1:26-38 “… the angel Gabriel was sent from God into a city of Galilee… to a virgin… and the virgin's name was Mary. And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women… And the angel said to her: Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found grace with God. Behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a son; and thou shalt call his name Jesus… And Mary said: Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it done to me according to thy word. And the angel departed from her.” Eve was approached by the serpent (the Devil), a fallen angel. Eve believed his lying words and disobeyed God. Eve sinned and caused her husband to sin, plunging the world into death. Mary was approached by Gabriel, a good angel. Mary believed his message of salvation: that she was blessed among women, full of grace, and would bring forth the Savior. Mary obeyed God. By her obedience, she consented to the conception of Jesus Christ in her womb, and enabled Him to come and redeem the world from Adam’s sin. Even in the very ancient Church, these biblical parallels were recognized as identifications of Mary as the new Eve, just as Christ is the new Adam. St. Irenaeus was a famous apostolic father from the second century. He contrasts the first Eve with the second Eve (Mary). St. Irenaeus, Against Heresies, Book III, Chap. 22, 185 A.D. “In accordance with this design, Mary the Virgin is found obedient, saying, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it done unto me according to your word (Luke 1:38). But Eve was disobedient; for she did not obey when as yet she was a virgin… And thus also it was that the knot of Eve's disobedience was loosed by the obedience of Mary. For what the virgin Eve had bound fast through unbelief, this did the virgin Mary set free through faith.” EVE WAS THE MOTHER OF ALL THE LIVING – MARY, AS MOTHER OF JESUS, IS THE MOTHER OF ALL THE LIVING AND EVEN OF LIFE ITSELF Genesis 3:20 “And Adam called his wife's name Eve; because she was the mother of all the living.” Eve was called the “mother of all the living” because all who had life descended from her. Mary is also the mother of all the living, but indeed in a greater way. Mary is the mother of Jesus Christ, who is Life itself and in whom all life is to be found. John 1:4 “In him [Jesus] was life; and the life was the light of men.” Matthew 1:16 “Mary, of whom was born Jesus…” John 14:6 “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” Jesus is the Life. Mary is, therefore, literally the mother of Life itself. The parallel to Eve, the mother of all the living, is clear. The difference is that Mary is the mother of a Life that is infinitely greater than human existence. Those who live and die in her Son have access to eternal life in Him and become new creatures. 2 Corinthians 5:17 “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature.” The fulfillment (Mary as mother of all the living) is again greater than the type (Eve as mother of all the living). EVE WAS CREATED WITHOUT ANY SIN – THE NEW EVE, MARY, ALSO HAD TO BE CREATED WITHOUT ANY SIN (IMMACULATELY CONCEIVED) We’ve seen that the Bible indicates that Mary is the new Eve. So the question is: in what state was the soul of Eve created? Eve was created in Genesis 2 free from all sin. The entire creation was perfect until the fall of mankind. Adam and Eve were both created in a state of original justice. They didn’t lose that state of original perfection, in which they were free from all sin, until the original sin in Genesis 3. If God created the first woman (the first Eve) without any sin, then He could certainly create the second (and greater) Eve (the Blessed Virgin Mary) without any sin. That’s exactly what He did. He had to do so as a matter of proportion and justice because she would be the first member of the redeemed humanity. DEFINITION OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Pope Pius IX, Ineffabilis Deus, Dec. 8, 1854 “We declare, pronounce, and define that the doctrine which holds that the most Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first instant of her conception, by a singular grace and privilege granted by Almighty God, in view of the merits of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the human race, was preserved free from all stain of original sin, is a doctrine revealed by God and therefore to be believed firmly and constantly by all the faithful.” Some mistakenly think that the Immaculate Conception refers to the miraculous conception of Jesus in the womb of the Virgin Mary. That’s not correct. Jesus was indeed conceived without any sin in the womb of Mary, but the Immaculate Conception refers to the conception of Mary in the womb of her mother. From the very first instant of her creation, she was preserved from any stain of original sin, which every other member of the human race (except Jesus) inherits. God preserved her without sin in view of the saving merits of Jesus Christ. It was done for Mary because she had to be the uncursed and pure vessel which would carry the all-holy God. In order to carry infinite holiness, Mary had to be holy from the first instant of her creation. JESUS SAVED MARY IN A GREATER WAY So, if Mary was preserved from the stain of the original sin, does that mean that she didn’t have a Savior? No. Mary answers that herself. Luke 1:46-47 “And Mary said, my soul doth magnify the Lord, and my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Savior.” God saved Mary by preventing her from contracting original sin. Suppose that a man falls into a deep hole in the forest, but is pulled out by his friend. It is true to say that the friend saved the man. Now suppose a man sees a woman walking toward the deep hole, and catches her just before she falls in. He stops her from falling into the hole in the first place, so that she doesn’t get injured or dirty at all. Did he save the woman? Certainly he did. He saved her in a greater way, by preventing her from falling into the hole and suffering any of the harmful consequences. That’s how God saved Mary. Jesus was her Savior in an even greater way, by preventing her from ever contracting original sin, and by preserving her from sin throughout her life. He did this for Mary, in view of her unique role. The sinlessness of Mary is indicated by numerous types in the Bible. Some express disbelief at the notion that God would create someone completely free from sin. They are forgetting that God created the first man and woman without sin. THE BIBLE TEACHES THAT MARY IS THE ARK OF THE NEW COVENANT We will now see that the Bible without any doubt identifies Mary as the Ark of the New Testament. It identifies Mary as the New Testament counterpart to the Ark of the Old Testament. Mary is the new and greater fulfillment of what was prefigured by the Ark of the Old Testament. This information is some of the most important and revealing about Mary’s profound role. Since it carried and represented the presence of God, the Ark of the Old Covenant/Testament was the holiest and most powerful thing on Earth outside of God Himself. The Ark of the Covenant was a sacred chest which contained the stone tablets of the Ten Commandments (Deuteronomy 10:5). The Ark also carried and represented the spiritual presence of God on Earth. When God spoke to Moses, it was from between the two cherubim which were on the Ark. Numbers 7:89 “And when Moses went into the tent of meeting to speak with the Lord, he heard the voice speaking to him from above the mercy seat that was upon the ark of the testimony, from between the two cherubim; and it spoke to him.” Exodus 25:21-22 “And thou shalt put the mercy seat above upon the ark; and in the ark thou shalt put the testimony that I shall give thee. And there I will meet with thee, and I will commune with thee from above the mercy seat, from between the two cherubim which are upon the ark of the testimony, of all things which I will give thee in commandment unto the children of Israel.” Let’s now look at how the Bible identifies Mary as the Ark of the New Covenant. The Ark of the Old Covenant The Virgin Mary Contained the written word of God (Deut. 10:5) Contained the Word of God made flesh, Jesus (Jn. 1:1) Jesus Christ is the Word of God made flesh (John 1:1). So, just as the Ark of the Old Covenant contained the written word of God, Mary (who is the Ark of the New Covenant) contained the Word of God made flesh. Apocalypse (Revelation) 19:13 “And he [Jesus] was clothed with a garment sprinkled with blood; and his name is called, the Word of God.” The Ark of the Old Covenant The Virgin Mary Was “overshadowed” by the power and presence of God (Exodus 40:34-35) Was “overshadowed” by the power and presence of the Most High (Luke 1:35) The tabernacle was constructed to contain the holy Ark (Exodus 40:2-3). When God would come down upon the tabernacle and the Ark to speak to Moses, we read in Exodus 40:34-35 that God’s glory cloud or visible presence (called the “Shekinah”) “overshadowed” it. The rare word which is used to describe how this unique presence of God would “overshadow” the Ark is episkiasei in the Greek translation of the Old Testament. Exodus 40:34-35 “Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle. And Moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting, because the cloud overshadowed it, and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.” The very same word “episkiasei” is used in the Greek of the New Testament to describe how the presence of God will “overshadow” the Virgin Mary. The Bible uses this language only about the Ark and about Mary. Luke 1:35 “And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.” The clear implication is that the presence of God overshadows Mary and comes down upon her – since she is the New Ark – just as it overshadowed the Ark of the Old Covenant. This reveals that Mary, while just a creature and infinitely less than God, is the new Ark. She thus has a unique connection to God, a unique holiness, sanctification and power. THE AMAZING EVIDENCE FROM 2 SAMUEL 6 AND LUKE 1 THAT MARY IS THE ARK OF THE NEW COVENANT Consider the amazing parallels that Scripture gives us between what happened to the Ark of the Old Covenant in 2 Samuel 6 (2 Kings 6 in the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible), and what happened to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Ark of the New Covenant, in chapter 1 of Luke’s Gospel. 2 Samuel 6 is the most complete story in the Bible concerning the Ark of the Old Covenant. Luke 1 is the most complete story in the Bible concerning the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Ark of the Old Covenant The Virgin Mary 2 Samuel 6:9 “David feared the Lord that day and said, How can the ark of the Lord come to me?” Luke 1:43 “[Elizabeth said]: And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” David says: “How shall the Ark of the Lord come to me?” while Elizabeth asks how is it “that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” Elizabeth says the same thing to Mary that David said about the Ark because Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant. The only difference between the two statements is literally that “mother” is used where Ark was used. The Bible is telling us that the mother of the Lord = the Ark. This is confirmed without any doubt as we carry the story further. David Leapt Before the Ark The Infant Leapt in the presence of Mary 2 Samuel 6:16 “As the ark of the Lord was entering the City of David, Saul’s daughter Michal looked down through the window and saw King David leaping and dancing before the Lord…” Luke 1:41-44 “And it came to pass, that, when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost… For at the moment the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the infant in my womb leaped for joy.” David leapt before the Ark, just as the infant in Elizabeth’s womb leapt before Mary (the new Ark). The Ark stayed for three months Mary (the Ark) stayed for three months 2 Samuel 6:11 “The ark of the Lord remained in the house of Obededom the Gittite for three months, and the Lord blessed Obededom and his whole house.” Luke 1:56-57 “Mary remained with her about three months and then returned to her home. Now Elizabeth's full time of being delivered was come, and she brought forth a son.” In 2 Samuel 6, we read that the Ark stayed with Obededom the Gittite for three months. Likewise, in Luke 1, we read that Mary (the Ark of the New Covenant) stayed with Elizabeth for three months. 2 Samuel 6:11 also mentions that the Lord blessed Obededom and his house while the Ark was present. “Blessing” in Scripture frequently indicates fruitful offspring. In this fact we see another parallel to Luke 1 and Mary. For Luke 1:57 tells us that after Mary stayed with Elizabeth, the Lord blessed her and her house with the birth of a child, John the Baptist. David set out to fetch the Ark from Judah This occurred when Mary (the Ark) went to Judah 2 Samuel 6:2 “Then David and all the people who were with him set out for Baala of Judah to bring up from there the ark of God, which bears the name of the Lord of hosts enthroned above the cherubim.” Luke 1:39-40 “During those days Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste to a town of Judah, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth.” As we read here, these incredible parallels occurred when David set out for the hill country of Judah to fetch the Ark (2 Samuel 6:2), and when Mary, the Ark of the New Covenant, went to the hill country of Judah (Luke 1:39). The Book of Revelation (Apocalypse) also indicates that Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant Revelation 11:19, 12:1 “And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail. [12:1] And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars.” The Bible was not written with any chapters or verses indicated. It wasn’t until the 12th century that the Bible was divided into chapters and verses. Therefore, the author of Revelation, St. John the Apostle, wrote what begins chapter 12 in one continuous stream immediately after what ends chapter 11. At the end of chapter 11, we read that the Ark of Jesus’ testament/covenant was seen in Heaven. The very next verse is Revelation 12:1. Therefore, the words which end chapter 11 flow immediately into the words which begin chapter 12, without any division. That means that the appearance of the Ark of Jesus’ covenant at the very end of chapter 11 – “the ark of his testament was seen in his temple” (Rev. 11:19) – is immediately explained by the vision of “the woman” clothed with the sun which begins chapter twelve, the very next verse (Rev. 12:1). This indicates that “the woman” clothed with the sun, who bore the Divine Person in her womb (the Virgin Mary), is the Ark of the New Testament. The Ark contained the manna from the desert Mary contained the manna from Heaven, Jesus Hebrews 9:4 “… the ark of the covenant overlaid round about with gold, wherein was the golden pot that had manna, and Aaron's rod that budded, and the tables of the covenant.” John 6:48-51 “I am that bread of life. Your fathers did eat manna in the wilderness, and are dead. This is the bread which cometh down from heaven, that a man may eat thereof, and not die. I am the living bread which came down from heaven… and the bread that I will give is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.” There can be no doubt that the manna in the desert (Exodus 16) prefigured Jesus as the Bread of Life. Jesus makes a connection between the two in John chapter 6. He makes reference to the manna in the desert, and then says that His flesh is the true manna from Heaven. Well, the manna from the desert was placed inside the Ark of the Old Covenant. That prefigures Jesus Christ Himself (the true manna of the New Testament) being contained within Mary, the Mother of Jesus. In Hebrews 9:4, we also see that the rod of Aaron was placed within the Ark of the Old Covenant. In Numbers 17, we read that this rod budded to prove the true high-priest. The rod of Aaron thus signified the true high-priest. In the New Testament, Jesus is described as the true high-priest. Hebrews 3:1 “Wherefore, holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our confession, Christ Jesus.” Also see Hebrews 6:20, Hebrews 9:11, and other passages for more proof that Jesus is the true high-priest. The inescapable conclusion is that Aaron’s rod being placed within the Ark prefigured Jesus Christ, the true high-priest, being contained within Mary (the Ark of the New Covenant). There is absolutely no doubt that the New Testament indicates that Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant. This evidence is undeniable. SINCE MARY IS THE ARK OF THE NEW COVENANT, THAT MEANS THAT SHE IS THE MOST SACRED THING ON EARTH OUTSIDE OF JESUS CHRIST The Ark of the Covenant was the holiest thing on Earth outside of the presence of God Himself. The Ark was contained in the tabernacle, within the holy of holies. The Ark’s presence is what made the holy of holies so sacred. 2 Chronicles (or 2 Paralipomenon) 35:3 “Put the holy ark in the house which Solomon the son of David king of Israel did build.” The Ark was so holy that when the people of God followed it they had to keep a respectful distance. Josue 3:3-5 “When you shall see the ark of the covenant of the Lord your God, and the priests of the race of Levi carrying it, rise you up also, and follow them as they go before: And let there be between you and the ark the space of two thousand cubits: that you may see it afar off, and know which way you must go: for you have not gone this way before: and take care you come not near the ark.” People who unlawfully touched the Ark were killed. 2 Samuel 6:6-7 “Oza put forth his hand to the ark of God, and took hold of it: because the oxen kicked and made it lean aside. And the indignation of the Lord was enkindled against Oza, and he struck him for his rashness: and he died there before the ark of God.” The men of Bethshemesh were killed because they had dared to look into the Ark. 1 Samuel 6:19 “And he smote the men of Bethshemesh, because they had looked into the ark of the Lord, even he smote of the people fifty thousand and threescore and ten men...” We see how sacred God considered the object which was to come into close contact with His spiritual presence. SINCE MARY IS THE NEW ARK, SHE HAD TO BE HOLY AND CREATED WITHOUT SIN God gave the most precise specifications for the construction of the Ark. He ordered that it be made with the most pure gold. Exodus 25:10-13,24 “And they shall make an ark of setim wood: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half the height thereof. And thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, within and without shalt thou overlay it, and shalt make upon it a crown of gold round about. And thou shalt cast four rings of gold for it, and put them in the four corners thereof; and two rings shall be in the one side of it, and two rings in the other side of it. And thou shalt make staves of setim wood, and overlay them with gold…” It’s interesting that the Ark not only had to be overlaid with gold all around, but there is a specific reference to it having a “crown of gold round about.” The Ark of the Old Covenant had a gold crown The Virgin Mary (the New Ark) also has a crown Exodus 25:11 “And thou… shalt make upon it a crown of gold round about.” Apocalypse 12:1 “And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars.” The Ark of the Old Covenant had to be perfect and holy because it was the seat of God’s unique spiritual presence. God’s holiness could not be tarnished by contact with that which had defects. Likewise and to a greater degree, the Virgin Mary, as the new Ark and bearer of Jesus Christ, had to be created without sin and in a state of perfection. She did not merely contain the spiritual presence of God, but Jesus Christ (God Himself). She did not merely contain the written word of God, but the Word of God made flesh (John 1:1). Consequently, Mary must be perfect. She must be free from all sin. She must be an ever-virgin and untouched by man. If the Ark of the Old Covenant, which contained the written tables of the Law and was overshadowed by the spiritual presence of God, had to be overlaid with the most pure gold and had to be constructed according to the most precise specifications of God, how much greater is God’s construction of Mary, the Ark of the New Covenant? The fulfillment is greater than the type. Mary, the Ark of the New Covenant, must be and is greater than the Ark of the Old Covenant. Just like the Ark of the Old Covenant, Mary must also have tremendous power over the Devil and God’s enemies. She must have a unique power of intercession with God, in bringing down His blessings and in aiding the people of God, just as the Ark of the Old Covenant did. JUST LIKE THE ARK OF THE OLD COVENANT, MARY HAS A UNIQUE POWER OF INTERCESSION; SHE HAS AWESOME POWER OVER GOD’S ENEMIES, OVER THE DEVIL AND IN AIDING THE PEOPLE OF GOD The Ark of the Old Covenant had awe-striking power. When it was taken by the Philistines, extraordinary things happened to them and to their false god, Dagon. 1 Samuel 5:1-5 “And the Philistines took the ark of God, and carried it from the Stone of help into Azotus. And the Philistines took the ark of God, and brought it into the temple of Dagon, and set it by Dagon. And when the Azotians arose early the next day, behold Dagon lay upon his face on the ground before the ark of the Lord: and they took Dagon, and set him again in his place. And the next day again, when they rose in the morning, they found Dagon lying upon his face on the earth before the ark of the Lord: and the head of Dagon, and both the palms of his hands were cut off upon the threshold: And only the stump of Dagon remained in its place. For this cause neither the priests of Dagon, nor any that go into the temple tread on the threshold of Dagon in Azotus unto this day.” The Philistines began to be destroyed for having taken the Ark. This prompted them to return the Ark to their enemies, the Israelites. 1 Samuel 5:7 “And the men of Azotus seeing this kind of plague, said: The ark of the God of Israel shall not stay with us: for his hand is heavy upon us, and upon Dagon our god.” The Ark struck mortal terror into the face of God’s enemies. 1 Samuel 5:10 “And when the ark of God was come into Accaron, the Accaronites cried out, saying: They have brought the ark of the God of Israel to us, to kill us and our people.” The waters of the Jordan were miraculously dried up by the Ark. Josue 3:13-14 “[And the Lord said to Josue]: And when the priests, that carry the ark of the Lord the God of the whole earth, shall set the soles of their feet in the waters of the Jordan, the waters that are beneath shall run down and go off: and those that come from above, shall stand together upon a heap. So the people went out of their tents, to pass over the Jordan: and the priests that carried the ark of the covenant went on before them...” Mary, the New Ark, has this power and even more; for the fulfillment is greater than the type, and the New Testament is greater than the Old. We must now cover more biblical evidence for Catholic teachings on Mary. THE EARTH FROM WHICH ADAM WAS CREATED IS A TYPE OF MARY AND HER PRESERVATION FROM SIN (HER IMMACULATE CONCEPTION) We’ve established that Jesus Christ is the new Adam. Adam was formed from the Earth or ground. Genesis 2:7 “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground [adamah], and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” The Hebrew word for “ground” is Adamah. It’s a feminine noun. Adam is so named because he came from the Adamah; his name means son of the ground, son of the Adamah. (This point was made by Gerry Matatics, Biblical Foundations International, Dunmore, PA.) This point could be developed, but it’s clear that, on a certain level, the Earth from which Adam was created is a type of Mary. The first Adam was created by God from the ground, and the second Adam (Jesus Christ) took flesh from Mary, His mother. So the question is: what was the state of the Earth when it was created? Genesis 1:31 “And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.” The Earth from which the first Adam was formed – and indeed the entirety of God’s creation before the fall – was completely uncursed, unfallen and perfect. Sin and curse had no place in it. Mary, who gives birth to the second and greater Adam (Jesus Christ), must likewise be completely uncursed, unfallen and perfect. She must be preserved from all stain of sin and from the curse of original sin. That’s called the Immaculate Conception. ONLY MARY AND HER SINLESSNESS COMPLETELY FULFILL WHAT IS PREDICTED IN GENESIS 3:15 – “I WILL PUT ENMITY BETWEEN THEE [THE SERPENT] AND THE WOMAN…” Shortly after the fall of Adam and Eve, God makes this prophecy. Genesis 3:14-15 “And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life: And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; she shall crush thy head and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel.”2 God says that there will be enmity – hostility, division, opposition – between the Devil and “the woman.” In the same context we read of the seed of the woman, and the victory which will be granted through the woman and her seed. In the Bible, a man’s children and descendants are spoken of as his seed. The seed of the woman, therefore, is something unique. It refers to a child which is produced by a woman alone. This obviously refers to the virginal conception and birth from the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Jesus’ mother. The “seed” of the woman refers to Jesus Christ. Therefore, the woman herein identified as having opposition or enmity with the serpent is clearly Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. The woman is not Eve, who gave in to the serpent. It is Mary. God says that He will put enmity or opposition between the serpent and the woman. As a result, Mary must be completely preserved from sin. For when one sins, one does not have opposition to the Devil, but rather gives in to the Devil. The only way the woman could have complete and definitive opposition to the serpent is by preservation from sin and from the sin of Adam. The fact that Mary is this “woman,” and therefore completely free from the domination of sin and the Devil, is the reason that Jesus calls Mary “woman” throughout the New Testament. Jesus never calls His mother anything but “woman.” Many non-Catholics think this was Jesus’ way of belittling His mother and downplaying her role; on the contrary, Jesus was identifying Mary as the “woman” of Genesis 3:15. Genesis 3:15 “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; she shall crush thy head and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel.” John 2:3-5 “And the wine failing, the mother of Jesus saith to him: They have no wine. And Jesus saith to her: Woman, what is that to me and to thee? My hour is not yet come. His mother saith to the waiters: Whatsoever he shall say to you, do ye.” Some superficial readings of John 2:3-5 have left people with the impression that Jesus is rebuking His mother at the wedding of Cana. However, it actually reveals the power of Mary’s intercession with Jesus. Jesus said that His hour had not yet come; in other words, it was not yet the time for Him to reveal His miraculous powers. It was His design to wait longer. Nevertheless, at the urging of His mother, who had compassion on the newly married couple, Jesus worked the miracle anyway. He worked this (His first) miracle at the urging of His mother, even though His hour “had not yet come.” This is an excellent example of how graces are obtained from Jesus through Mary – graces which He might not otherwise be inclined to give. Many non-Catholics also object that if Mary is so crucial, why would Jesus allow the Gospel writers to perhaps give the impression that He was belittling the place of His mother? They contend that certain verses give that impression, or don’t do much to dispel that notion. The answer is that God does not cast pearls before swine (Matthew 7:6). He often slightly conceals His truths, or puts them just under the surface, so that superficial efforts or insincere people will pass over them or be left with the wrong impression. However, those who are more patient and dig deeper – or who simply trust the Church which Jesus established – will find the gem and the true meaning. Luke 8:8-10 “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. And his disciples asked him what this parable might be. To whom he said: To you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God; but to the rest in parables, that seeing they may not see, and hearing may not understand.” This is so very true in the case of the Bible’s teaching on Mary’s profound role. Superficial readings and insincere efforts will keep people blind to it. But it’s there in Scripture. Mary is the new Eve and the woman of Genesis 3:15, as we have seen. She is also the Ark of the New Covenant and much more, as we will see. It’s all there in the biblical typology and in many passages more deeply understood; but so many remain oblivious to it. Seeing they see not, and hearing they hear not. Having failed to trust the one Church which Christ established, they have sadly acquired only a shallow and misguided understanding of the Bible’s teaching. John 19:26 “When Jesus therefore had seen his mother and the disciple standing whom he loved, he saith to his mother: Woman, behold thy son. After that, he saith to the disciple: Behold thy mother. And from that hour, the disciple [John] took her to his own.” Though other women were at the foot of the cross, Jesus singles out His mother. Jesus again calls her nothing other than “woman” because she is the woman of Genesis 3:15: the one in complete opposition to the serpent. Jesus also calls for St. John to take His mother for his own. MARY’S SOUL MAGNIFIES THE LORD, AND THE ALMIGHTY HATH DONE GREAT THINGS TO HER In Luke 1, we see a glimpse of the unique privileges that God has bestowed upon Mary. Luke 1:46-50 “And Mary said: My soul doth magnify the Lord. And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour. Because he hath regarded the humility of his handmaid; for behold from henceforth all generations shall call me blessed. Because he that is mighty, hath done great things to me; and holy is his name. And his mercy is from generation unto generations, to them that fear him.” The Bible says that Mary’s soul magnifies the Lord; it doesn’t diminish Him. Mary doesn’t detract from Jesus, but leads people to Jesus. The Ark of the Old Covenant signified God’s power and presence. When it was in their presence, it stirred them to devotion, to confidence, and to love of the Almighty. In a similar, but yet greater way, Mary, the new Ark, directs and centers us powerfully around Jesus Christ. Everything Mary has and everything Mary is comes from being the mother of Jesus Christ. He did great things to her by preserving her from sin. One should also make a special note of Luke 1:48, in which Mary prophesies that “all generations shall call” her “blessed.” This is a prophecy about the Catholic prayer the Hail Mary. For generations Catholics have prayed: “Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.” THE BIBLE SAYS THAT MARY IS “FULL OF GRACE,” WHICH MEANS WITHOUT SIN Luke 1:27-31 “… and the virgin's name was Mary. And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women. Who having heard, was troubled at his saying, and thought within herself what manner of salutation this should be. And the angel said to her: Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found grace with God. Behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a son; and thou shalt call his name Jesus.” Modern Protestant Bibles do not translate Luke 1:28 as “Hail, full of grace.” They have: “Rejoice highly favored daughter” or something similar. The Protestant translations are wrong. There are a number of simple ways to show that they are wrong. The word in the original Greek is kecharitomene. This word is directly concerned with the idea of “grace.” Greek scholars point out that kecharitomene comes from the root word charis, which has a literal meaning of “grace.” Out of about 150 appearances, the King James (a Protestant Bible) translates charis as “grace” 129 times. It’s also extremely important to note that early Protestant translations had Luke 1:28 as “full of grace” or the equivalent. Famous Protestant William Tyndale (1494-1536) is considered to be a hero among some Protestants. His version of the Bible was translated into early modern English around 1525. Tyndale translated Luke 1:28 as: “Hayle full of grace ye Lorde is with ye: blessed arte thou amonge wemen.” (http://wesley.nnu.edu/biblical_studies/tyndale/) The English Protestant Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556) also rendered the passage as “full of grace.” St. Jerome (A.D. 347-420) was the biblical scholar of the ancient Church. Even the Protestant translators of the 1611 King James Bible called St. Jerome “a most learned father, and the best linguist without controversy, of his age, or of any that went before him” (From the Translators’ Preface to the 1611 KJV). St. Jerome translated “kecharitomene” as “gratiae plena” meaning “full of grace which thou hast received” in the Latin Vulgate. “Grace” was also accepted as the proper translation in the Rheims New Testament in 1582. The Word Pictures of the New Testament, by the famous Protestant Greek scholar A.T. Robertson, says this about Luke 1:28: “Highly favoured (kecaritwmenh). Perfect passive participle of caritow and means endowed with grace (cariß), enriched with grace as in Ephesians 1:6… The Vulgate gratiae plena is right, if it means ‘full of grace which thou hast received’; wrong, if it means ‘full of grace which thou hast to bestow.’” (Robertson, Word Pictures of the New Testament, Luke 1:28.) If Mary is “full of grace,” that in itself strongly suggests that she is without sin. For grace is in opposition to sin. The angel is not saying that Mary will become full of grace, but that he has encountered Mary already in that state. She was conceived in that state. Moreover, Mary is pronounced “blessed among women” because her position is unique. MARY WAS A PERPETUAL VIRGIN We’ve seen that Mary is the new Eve and the Ark of the New Covenant. Now we must look at the biblical evidence for Mary’s perpetual virginity. Most Protestants of our day reject the perpetual virginity of Mary; they think it contradicts the Bible. Many of them will be shocked to find out that the first Protestants, including Martin Luther, John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli and others all believed in the perpetual virginity of Mary. The idea that Mary ceased to be a virgin and had other children besides Jesus was invented many generations after the original Protestant “reformation.” Thus, the Protestant position on this matter not only contradicts ancient Catholic tradition and the Bible (as we will see), but their own Protestant “tradition.” MATTHEW 1:25 DOES NOT DISPROVE MARY’S PERPETUAL VIRGINITY The first thing that Protestants usually quote against Mary’s perpetual virginity is Matthew 1:25. Matthew 1:24-25 “Then Joseph being raised from sleep did as the angel of the Lord had bidden him, and took unto him his wife: And knew her not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name Jesus.” According to Protestants, this proves that Mary ceased to be a virgin after the birth of Jesus. This is quite wrong. The Greek word for “until” or “till” (heos) does not imply that Joseph had marital relations with Mary after the birth of Jesus Christ. It simply means that they had no relations up to that point, without saying anything about what happened after that point. This is proven below by many passages. We should also bear in mind that the Bible was written several thousand years ago. It was written at a time and in languages which don’t express and imply things the same way that they would be expressed and implied in modern English. For instance, in 2 Samuel 6:23 (2 Kings 6:23 in the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible), we read that God cursed Michal, David’s wife. He cursed her because she mocked David for the manner in which he rejoiced before the Ark of the Covenant. As a result, Michal had no children “until” the day of her death. 2 Samuel 6:23 “Therefore Michal the daughter of Saul had no child until the day of her death.” Does this mean that Michal started having children after her death? Obviously it does not. This verse demonstrates that when Scripture describes something as being true “until” or “before” a certain point, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it ceased to be true after that point. Here are numerous other examples of this: Hebrews 1:13 “But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool?” This refers to the Son of God. Does this mean that He will cease to sit at the right hand of the Father after God’s enemies are made His footstool? Obviously it does not. He will remain at the right hand of God the Father. 1 Timothy 4:13 “Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine.” Does this mean that they should abandon reading and doctrine after he comes? Obviously it does not. Acts 23:1 “And Paul, earnestly beholding the council, said, Men and brethren, I have lived in all good conscience before God until this day.” Does this mean that Paul necessarily ceased to have a good conscience after that day? Obviously it does not. The preposition “before” can be used the same way. John 4:49 “Come down before my child dies.” Here we see that the word “before” can be used in a similar manner to the word “until.” This child did not die; Jesus healed him (John 4:50). Thus, the statement in Matthew 1:18, which is quoted below, that Mary was with child “before” she and Joseph came together, doesn’t mean that they came together after she was with child. It simply means that she was pregnant without any sexual contact. Matthew 1:18 “Now the generation of Christ was in this wise. When as his mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child, of the Holy Ghost.” It’s quite certain, therefore, that Matthew 1:25 and Matthew 1:18 do not contradict Mary’s perpetual virginity in any way. Protestants cannot legitimately claim that these passages constitute proof that Mary ceased to be a virgin. These passages do not prove her perpetual virginity, either. Her perpetual virginity is proven by other things in the Bible. WHAT ABOUT THE “FIRSTBORN” SON – DOESN’T THAT IMPLY OTHER CHILDREN? Luke 2:7 “And she brought forth her firstborn son; and she wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.” Matthew 1:25 “And knew her not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name Jesus.” “Firstborn son” is a legal title given to a first-born male child in a Jewish family: in other words, it is given to a male child who is also the first child. God specifically commanded the Israelites to sanctify (i.e., set apart) their first-born sons for a special consecration and service to God. The title “first-born son” held additional importance because it entitled that child to a double portion of the inheritance (Deut. 21:17). This title of “first-born son” was given to the child regardless of whether the woman had any other children after him. As an example: “we can see this from a Greek tomb inscription at Tel el Yaoudieh (cf. “Biblica” 11, 1930 369-90) for a mother who died in childbirth: ‘In the pain of delivering my firstborn child, destiny brought me to the end of life.’” (Quoted in “Brothers and Sisters of Jesus,” by William Most) In Exodus 13 and 34, we read about God’s prescription that the first-born be consecrated to Him. There was a ceremony for the “sanctification of the firstborn” (Exodus 13 and 34:20). It’s not as if they postponed the ceremony for the “first-born son” until after the woman had a second child. Exodus 13:2,12 “Sanctify unto me all the firstborn, whatsoever openeth the womb among the children of Israel, both of man and of beast: it is mine… Thou shalt set apart all that openeth the womb for the Lord, and all that is first brought forth of thy cattle: whatsoever thou shalt have of the male sex, thou shalt consecrate to the Lord.” Thus, the statement that Jesus was the “first-born son” of Mary (Luke 2:7) does not in any way contradict Mary’s perpetual virginity. It simply means that He was her first and male child. It says nothing about whether any came later. WHAT ABOUT THE “BROTHERS” OF JESUS? Non-Catholics often bring up the passages which mention the “brothers and sisters” of Jesus. First of all, it must be mentioned that never once are these “brothers” described as the children of Mary, Jesus’ mother. Mark 6:3 “Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? And are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended at him.” Matthew 13:55 “Is not this the carpenter’s son? Is not his mother called Mary? And his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas?” In the original Greek the words used are adelphoi (“brethren”) and adelphe (“sisters”). The words adelphoi and adelphe can refer to actual siblings. However, the Bible also uses these words to describe people who are not brothers, but cousins or relatives or step brothers or close neighbors. THE BIBLE SAYS THAT ABRAHAM WAS LOT’S BROTHER, BUT HE WASN’T LITERALLY Lot was Abraham’s nephew. Abraham was his uncle (see Genesis 11:31; 14:12). Yet, the Bible twice describes Lot as Abraham’s “brother.” That’s because the word “brother” doesn’t necessarily mean a sibling. As stated above, it can mean a cousin or a relative or a step-brother or a close family friend. Genesis 14:14 “Which when Abram had heard, to wit, that his brother Lot was taken...” Lot was Abraham’s nephew The Bible also calls him his “brother"

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Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison in Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland. It is now a museum run by the Office of Public Works, an agency of the Government of Ireland. Many Irish revolutionaries, including the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising, were imprisoned and executed in the prison by the British.HistoryWhen it was first built in 1796, Kilmainham Gaol was called the "New Gaol" to distinguish it from the old prison it was intended to replace - a noisome dungeon, just a few hundred metres from the present site. It was officially called the County of Dublin Gaol, and was originally run by the Grand Jury for County Dublin.Originally, public hangings took place at the front of the prison. However, from the 1820s onward very few hangings, public or private, took place at Kilmainham. A small hanging cell was built in the prison in 1891. It is located on the first floor, between the west wing and the east wing.There was no segregation of prisoners; men, women and children were incarcerated up to 5 in each cell, with only a single candle for light and heat. Most of their time was spent in the cold and the dark, and each candle had to last for two weeks. Its cells were roughly 28 square metres in area.Children were sometimes arrested for petty theft, the youngest said to be a seven-year-old child, while many of the adult prisoners were transported to Australia.At Kilmainham the poor conditions in which women prisoners were kept provided the spur for the next stage of development. Remarkably, for an age that prided itself on a protective attitude for the "weaker sex", the conditions for women prisoners were persistently worse than for men. As early as his 1809 report the Inspector had observed that male prisoners were supplied with iron bedsteads while females 'lay on straw on the flags in the cells and common halls.' Half a century later there was little improvement. The women's section, located in the west wing, remained overcrowded.

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