Saggart (County Dublin)

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Welcome To Saggart.

You are very welcome to the Ireland Reaching Out parish of Saggart.

Saggart is a suburban village in South Dublin, Ireland, south west of Dublin city. It lies between the N7 (Naas Road), Rathcoole, and Tallaght.

A monk called Mosacra founded a settlement on the site of the village in the 7th century. The name Saggart derives from Teach Sacra which means 'house of Sacra' in Irish.

Saggart lies at the northern end of a mountain valley, the Slade of Saggart with Brittas at the other side. The River Camac flows through this valley, passing around the village on the way to meet the River Liffey by Heuston Station

Dedicated in 1849, the Roman Catholic Church is named after "The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary".The current Parish Priest is Rev. Enda Cunningham. The Parish boundaries include the areas of Rathcoole and Brittas and works in conjunction with the neighbouring Parish of St. Finian's, Newcastle.

Saggart is a heritage village, and home to the Citywest Hotel, which hosts many annual events including the Irish Masters, award ceremonies, and political ard fheiseanna. The Citywest business park is located just to the north of Saggart village and is home to many major businesses, and to a Dublin City University facility.

Saggart Village.

Saggart Parish Church

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Thomas Francis Moloney 1901
Rathcoole (Dublin) +others DOB: 1st January 1901
Saggart (Dublin) +others DOB: 1st January 1799

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