The Revd Eoghan Heaslip Appointed Minister in Charge of St Catherine’s
The Revd Eoghan Heaslip has been appointed Minister in Charge of St Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin. A Service of Introduction, at which the Archbishop will preside, will take place in St Catherine’s on Sunday January 29 at 7.00 pm.
Eoghan (pictured right) grew up in Skerries before moving to Westport in County Mayo when his father was appointed Rector there in the late 1980s. He and his wife Becky have been married since 1996 and the couple have three children, Rachel (17), Abigail (14) and Evelyn (11).
Having worked in Canada and Dublin, Eoghan went to train for ministry in St Mellitus College in the Diocese of London. He was ordained a Deacon in June 2011 and Priested in 2012. He served his curacy in All Saints Worcester in the Diocese of Worcester.
Eoghan and his family moved back from the UK in 2014 to plant ICON community, a new expression of the Anglican church in Dublin which is focused on reaching those who are outside the church.