Chaplain to the Polish Community
Mass in Polish in Cork City
Mass in Polish outside Cork City
Baptism and Marriage in Polish language are celebrated in the parish where people live. For Pre-marital course in Polish, Pre-nuptial enquiry and the premarital documents, please contact Fr. Piotr Galus.
Polish Chaplain in Diocese of Cloyne: Fr. Grzegorz Skalniak
There is a Filipino Mass every First Saturday of the month in Our Lady Crowned Church, Upper Mayfield, Cork at 7pm.
Contact: Fr. Pat O’Herlihy, SSC
During autumn, winter and spring, Holy Mass is celebrated for the Lithuanian Community in Cork at St. Francis Church Friary, Liberty Street, Cork on Saturday evenings at 7.15pm. Generally, this is once a month or sometimes bimonthly, by arrangement.
Chaplain of the Lithuanian Catholic Mission in Ireland: Fr. Egidijus Arnasius
Syro Malabar Community, Cork (Indian Community in Cork)
Mass on 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month in St. Francis Church, Liberty Street, Cork: 5pm.
Mass on 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month: SMA Parish Church, Wilton, Cork: 5pm.
Chaplain: Fr. Paul Payyapilly
Orthodox Services in Cork
Russian, Slavonic and English
The Russian speaking community is part of the larger parish of SS. Peter & Paul, Russian Patriarchate, Harolds Cross, Dublin.
Georgian and English
Contact: John Johansson, Reader & Church Warden
Romanian and English
The Romanian Orthodox Parish of Cork was formed in October 2005 with the blessing of Archbishop Joseph of Paris, Metropolitan of the Western Europe Orthodox Church and it is dedicated to “Saint Calinic of Cernica and Saint Patrick of Ireland”. The parish comprises people from the Romanian, Moldovian, Greek and Irish communities of Cork and surroundings.
Fr. Viorel Hurjui serves the parish since April 2006 and he is the only Orthodox priest resident in Cork. He can be contacted for any spiritual assistance that Orthodox people of Cork might need
Contact: Fr. Viorel Hurjui
Cois Tine is an outreach project of the Society of African Missions (with the support of other religious congregations and the local Church) towards the pastoral care of immigrants, mainly in Cork city and county. A major focus is on the members of the African community.
Cois Tine is a multicultural interfaith organisation which addresses the pastoral, spiritual and social needs of the immigrant community. It is focused on facilitating the integration of immigrants into the faith life of the Church and the community. Its remit is purely a pastoral one.
Director: Fr Angelo Lafferty, SMA.
Administrator: Gerard Forde
Cois Tine is situated behind St Mary’s Church. Access is via Ferry Hill on the left-hand side of the Church… go to the top of Ferry Hill and the entrance to Cois Tine is on your right.