Lismore Cathedral, Ireland
|St. Carthage's Cathedral, Lismore|
|The Cathedral Church of St Carthage, Lismore|
|Denomination||Church of Ireland|
|Diocese||Diocese of Cashel and Ossory|
|Province||Province of Dublin|
|Bishop(s)||The Right Reverend Michael Burrows|
|Dean||The Very Revd Paul Draper|
|Precentor||Dean of Waterford|
|Archdeacon||The Venerable J. G. Murray|
|Curate(s)||Rev I. M. Jackson|
|Organist/Director of music||Ian Hunt|
St. Carthage's Cathedral, Lismore is a Church of Ireland cathedral in Lismore, County Waterford. It is in the ecclesiastical province of Dublin. Formerly the cathedral of the Diocese of Lismore, it is now one of six cathedrals in the United Dioceses of Cashel and Ossory.
The medieval cathedral was in ruins after a fire in the 17th century. The choir was reroofed by Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork. The Cathedral was again destroyed in 1630, and rebuilt starting in 1663 with input from architect William Robinson. It was re-roofed and refurbished in the 18th century. All the various rebuilding and reconstruction works have involved input from such architects as Sir William Robinson, Sir Richard Morrison, and George and James Pain.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to St. Carthage's Cathedral.|
- Discover Lismore: St Carthage's Cathedral
- Waterford County Council Planning and Conservation: Record of Protected Structures
- Brendan Lehane (2001). The Companion Guide to Ireland. Companion Guides. pp. 227–. ISBN 978-1-900639-34-7.
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