Inter Faith Centre

Chaplaincy

DCU Chaplaincy is located within the University’s Student Support and Development (SS&D).  The team includes four Chaplains and three support personnel, working across three Campuses and three key faith spaces; Inter Faith Centre (Glasnevin Campus), Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Chapel (St Patrick’s Campus) and All Hallows Chapel (All Hallows Campus).

In addition, there is also an Upper Room and Inter Faith Room in St Patrick’s Campus and a Labyrinth and Memorial Garden in the Glasnevin Campus, which are connected with Chaplaincy. While each Chaplain is rooted in a religious tradition, the team serves those of religious perspective and those of none and also strongly encourages inter faith dialogue and cooperation.

 

The Chaplains provide many services, including:

- Serving the University with a particular focus on the holistic wellbeing and flourishing of our students

- Being a supportive and caring presence when people are vulnerable

- Supporting and celebrating the dignity of every individual

- Welcoming and supporting the diversity of faith traditions and secular convictions

- Providing a hospitable space/presence for all who wish to avail of our service

- Nurturing the reflective and spiritual capacities of the DCU Community

- Engaging creatively in dialogue about issues to do with faith and the University.


Glasnevin Campus:

Fr. Seamus McEntee

Inter Faith Centre

T. 01 700 5268

E. seamus.mcentee@dcu.ie 

Ms.Breege Carolan Administrator

Inter Faith centre

T. 01700 5977

E. breege.carolan@dcu.ie 

Mr. Niall Anderson Communications

Interfaith Centre

T. 01 7005269

E. niall.anderson@dcu.ie

Mr. Joseph Martin Administration

Interfaith Centre

T. 01 7005491

E.  joseph.martin@dcu.ie


St. Patrick’s Campus

Ms Anne O’Farrell

Room :C201

T: 01 8842082

E. anne.ofarrell@dcu.ie

Fr. Paul Hampson

Room: A109

T: 01 8842224

E. paul.hampson@dcu.ie

For more information see:

www.dcu.ie/chaplaincy/

facebook.com/DCUChaplaincy/

twitter.com/DCUInterfaith