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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (June 2010) St. Joseph's Church St. Joseph's Carmelite Church, Berkeley Road Coordinates: 53°21′29″N 6°16′07″W / 53.358156°N 6.26854°W / 53.358156; -6.26854 Location Berkeley Street Dublin Country Ireland Denomination Roman Catholic Website parishes.dublindiocese.ie/berkeleyroad/ History Dedication Saint Joseph Consecrated 1880 Architecture Architect(s) O'Neill and Byrne Architectural type Church Style Gothic Revival Administration Parish Berkeley Road Parish Deanery North City Centre Archdiocese Dublin St. Joseph's Carmelite Church on Berkeley Road, Dublin, Ireland is the Roman Catholic church of the Berkeley Road Parish. The church is dedicated to Saint Joseph and is in full use today in the care of the Discalced Carmelites. Contents 1 History 2 Inside 2.1 Stained Glass 2.2 Statues 3 Gallery 4 References 5 External links // History Originally a wooden chapel of ease was built here in 1870 until its replacement with the building of the current granite church.[1] The granite building was designed by the architects O'Neill and Byrne with construction beginning in 1875 and was completed and consecrated in 1880.[2] The Berkeley Road Parish was established in 1890 from St. Michan's. The parish is called Berkeley Road even though the church is located on Berkeley Street.[3] To celebrate the establishment of the parish, the North-Western bell tower was constructed between 1892-3 to the designs of John L. Robinson.[2] The church was put into the care of the Discalced Carmelites in July 1983.[4] Inside Stained Glass The west end window of the Blessed Virgin aisle is by Hardman & Co..[1] Statues The reredos with life size angels is by the Dublin artist Mary Redmond who is also noted for the statue of Fr Mathew on O'Connell Street.[1] Gallery Inside left Inside view and the altar Inside right Statues above the main door References ^ a b c Costello, Peter (1989). "Dublin Churches", Gill and Macmillan, p92 ISBN 0717117006 ^ a b Casey, Christine (2005). "Dublin, the city within the Grand and Royal Canals and the Circular Road with the Phoenix Park", Yale University Press, p276 ISBN 0300109237 ^ McDermott, Matthew J. (1988). "Dublin's Architectural Development 1800-1925", Tulcamac, p226 ISBN 1871212014 ^ Discalced Carmelites website External links Official Website