St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy

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St. Aidan's Cathedral (Irish: Ardeaglais Naomh Aodháin) is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ferns. It is located in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, in Ireland. The saint to whom the cathedral is dedicated is Máedóc of Ferns (feast day 31 January), also known as Áedan or Aidan, who died in 626, and not to be confused with St. Aidan of Lindisfarne (feast day 31 August), an Irish missionary who died in 651.

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  • I have NEVER seen a church yet, as beautiful as this one. I have been to the big cathedral in New York City, as I grew up in NJ, but I can not really remember it so St. Aidan's is by far the most...  more »
  • my mother was baptised here in 1936 my Grandmother was married here, as was so many of my ancestors . I went here to see where my roots were and this is a beautiful church. It was a very emotional...  more »
  • Such a amazing Cathedral, its beauty outside and inside is striking....... the workmanship inside is nothing short of perfection and its draped in history with a flag from the 1798 rebellion on display ......I loved it :)
  • A lovely place to visit and enjoy a very tranquil time

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