Revd Paul Fitzpatrick to be curate in Limerick City Parish

The Dean of Limerick and Rector of Limerick City Parish, Very Revd Niall Sloane, has announced the appointment of the Revd Paul Fitzpatrick as curate in the parish, to work
alongside Revd Edna Wakely. The Dean added: I look forward to welcoming the Revd Paul Fitzpatrick to Limerick City Parish and having him as a part of our team. Mr Fitzpatrick
brings a variety of gifts and experiences, which I believe will be of great value to ministry here.’

Revd. Paul Fitzpatrick of Aghancon, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary was born in Carlow and was educated at St. Kieran’s College, Kilkenny and at Maynooth, and served for over twenty years in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin. More recently he has worked in the field of education for the past six years. Mr Fitzpatrick is married to Betty, and they have a young daughter Maebh.

On hearing of his appointment, Mr Fitzpatrick said: ‘I look forward to getting to know the parishioners in Limerick City Parish and to sharing in the exciting programme of celebrations at St Mary’s Cathedral.’

Mr. Fitzpatrick’s Service of Welcome will take place in St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick on Saturday 30 June at 3.30 pm.