Year - 1830's
Belfast Jesuit Centre
193 – 195 Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2FL, Northern Ireland.
0770 631 6319


  • Date: Circa 1830.
  • Architect: Unknown, but often attributed to Thomas Duff.
  • Style: Gothic Revival. (Belfast's earliest surviving Gothic Revival Building)
  • Renovations: The building was extensively damaged during a fire in 1995 that badly damaged the neighbouring church as well. It was renovated by Belfast Buildings Preservation Trust in 1998, with sympathetic restoration of the façade on Donegall Street.
  • Relationships and Uses: The building is now used as the Belfast Jesuit Centre since 2022. There remains a strong link between St Patrick's Church and are involved with collaborative Chaplaincy Provision at the Belfast Campus of Ulster University.
  • Stop 3 on the North Belfast Heritage Trail (next stop Fredrick Street Quaker Meeting House).

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