Church of the Immaculate Conception & St Patrick’s 160 years

160 years 1861 – present

On the 9th June 1861 the first Mass was celebrated in the new Parish Church THE CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION & ST PATRICK’S. We think and pray for all who have entered the doors of our fabulous parish Church throughout the years. We pray for the priests who have ministered here, for all who have received sacraments here, for all who have been buried in our cemetery and for all our parishioners today who are celebrate their faith with us in the church and all watching from home. We look forward to welcoming everybody back when the time is right for them.

We ask Our lady and St Patrick to look on us and protect us as they have done for all visitors to this church in 160 years.


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St Patrick’s Church is equipped with a web camera to Livestream our Masses and other ceremonies. We use the services of Church Services Tv to livestream and connect with our parishioners at home and abroad. As our camera is connected to WIFI and livestreams our Masses on the internet we updated our GDPR policy

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Céad Míle Failte

kingston_john73Welcome to the Parish of Bandon in the Diocese of Cork and Ross.

Welcome to a Parish where the Parish assembly facilitates the involvement of the community in the life of the parish.

Welcome to our website – we hope it gives you an insight into the life of the parish.

If you are coming to live in our parish- please make yourself known and we will make you welcome.

Fr John Kingston PP                                     Fr John O’ Donovan CC