© Engraving on door of St Munchin's College church
The second church in the parish is at St Munchin's College. This church
was built in 1963 as part of the new diocesan college in Corbally.
In the porch of the church, there is a plaque listing all the donors
of the various items in the church. There are two doors into the main
body of the church, on the glass sections of which are engravings of the
four evangelists; St Matthew and St Mark on the left door and St Luke
and St John on the right hand door.
© Stained glass window of St Colmcille, St Patrick and St Brigid
Over the main door of the church there is a stained glass
window which depicts (from left to right) St Colmcille, St Patrick and
© Altars to the Blessed Virgin, Sacred Heart and St Joseph
To the right hand side of the church, there are altars to
St Joseph, the Sacred Heart and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Within the altar
to the Blessed Virgin, there is also a statue of Mary.
© Stations of the Cross in St Munchin's College
church and Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary
There is a cast of the four evangelists on the ceiling above
the altar with the figure of the Holy Spirit in the centre of the piece.
© Altar in St Munchin's College church and Mosaic
behind altar in St Munchin's College church
There is a small chapel to the left of the altar. There
is a stained glass window high on the wall to the left of the altar. This
window depicts (from left to right) the loaves and fishes, alpha and omega
and the stork. The symbol of the stork represents self-sacrifice as it
makes its own breast bleed to feed its young.
© Stained glass windows in St Munchin's College church
High on the wall to the right of the altar, there is a stained
glass window, which depicts the Lamb of God, Chi-rho and Corpus Christi.
Chi-rho is a combination of the first two letters of Jesus' name in the
Greek language, X and P. Also, to the right of the altar there is a shrine
to the Madonna and Child.