The Discalced Carmelites in Clarendon Street have been serving the people of Dublin for over two centuries.

Today as in the past St. Teresa’s continues to be a quiet oasis of prayer, administered by a community of brothers and priests who live a life of prayer, contemplation and pastoral ministry. We are most grateful for the support of so many people who visit the Church every day.

Their faith in and need for prayer, Masses, Sacrament of Reconciliation, coupled with our availability to their needs and claims on us, have always issued in their support for our way of life. The deep faith of the people of Dublin, their love for prayer, their appreciation for our accompanying them with our prayers, compassion, friendship, liturgy, spiritual direction, occasional lecture and sharing has built up a close bond between our community and the people we serve.  

 Please join us daily for mass, in person or on our live stream.

Live Stream at St Teresa's

 
 
 
 
 
St Elizabeth of the Trinity
 
 
Fr Eugene McCaffrey who has written a no. of books on Bl Elizabeth - all available in our bookshop.
New book - 'From Grace to Glory' by Sr Patrice of Tallow Carmel to be published soon!
St Elizabeth of the Trinity - Retreat day at Avila Carmelite Centre - 3rd Dec
 
 

St Teresa's BookShop 

 
 
Just inside door off Johnson's Court.  Come browse our extensive collection of carmelite writings. 
 
 

 

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Useful Links   

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