Built in 1859
(Previously known as the Church of the Immaculate Conception and St. Mary’s)
The Church was built in 1835 for Very Rev. Francis Canon Keelaghan Parish Priest in Bundoran by a building firm called Gilroy Brothers. Its built on a cruciform plan having four bay nave to the west, single bay transepts to the north and south, and projecting chancel to the east.
The church was officially opened and dedicated on The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Monday 15th August 1859.
The Tower was added c 1865 and then increased in height by 15 courses of Newry Granite in 1908-10 and the beautiful Organ Gallery was also added in 1910.
The Church was renovated in 2008 and was officially re-opened and the new areas Blessed by Bishop Duffy on Sunday August 16th 2009 and reverted back to its original name, Our Lady Star of The Sea.