Sunday, July 22, 2018

Welcome to Booterstown parish

World Meeting of Families – Host Parish for the German Pilgrims – We have been asked to be a “host parish” for the German Pilgrims. This does not entail offering accommodation. The request from the WMOF Office is that we will invite the German Pilgrims to our parish on the evening of Friday, August 24, at a time to be decided. The format of the evening will be planned in the next 10 days and we will publicise it then. We will welcome offers of assistance and if you speak some German, you might like to be involved as a “Minister of Welcome” or in some other aspect of the evening such as hospitality.

Click here for the Prayers of the Faithful for July 22, 2018.

Please note the following:
1. There will be no 7:30am Mass until September.
2. Eucharistic Adoration on Tuesdays will resume on September 11.

Something Great is Happening! Booterstown Pastoral Centre Opening Late 2018. Work on our new Parish Pastoral Centre commenced immediately after Easter and is progressing well. We plan to open before Christmas 2018. Please watch here for updates. Our Centre will have a new entrance beside the Church. To facilitate the development the Sacristy has been moved to the area behind the Altar. Over the Sacristy there will be a wonderful theatre which will seat up to 50 (see artist’s impression of theatre, left). We will also have an Informal Meeting Area and an open space upstairs suitable for youth events as well as many other uses. A big THANK YOU to all who have already contributed. If you have yet to do so, please do it NOW! As we have arranged funding which we plan to pay off over 3 years we are asking you to please consider making a monthly pledge over those 3 years. We know that it is easier for us all to pay a small amount regularly. Click on HERE for the donation form.

Volunteers for Parish Activities
While we will have fewer parish activities during the summer months, we are already looking ahead to resuming our many group activities in the autumn. We are appealing for new volunteers to help in the many services provided in our parish.

There are two forms that have to be completed by new volunteers. The first one provides the parish with your name and contact details and your areas of interest. You can download this form here. When completed, please bring it to the Parish Office.

The second form is to start off the process of Garda Vetting. All members of our parish groups who are in contact with children or vulnerable adults are required to have completed the Garda Vetting process. This is done through the website of the Archdiocese of Dublin. This is what you need to do: download the NVB1 Form here from the Archdiocese of Dublin website, complete it and bring it to the Parish Office for signature by our parish representative. It is then sent to the Archdiocese, and you will receive an invitation by email to complete the Vetting Application procedure. You will receive your Vetting approval in due course.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A new European Data Protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), was introduced on May 25, 2018. We are now working on ways of ensuring that what we do with your information is compliant with this new law. It is a work in progress, and over the next few months, we will keep you informed through the parish website and in the newsletter as policies are put in place. If you have any questions about this please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Office.

Child Protection: All members of our parish groups who are in contact with children or vulnerable adults have completed the Garda vetting procedure. Click here for Parent Consent Form for youth activities: Youth Application form. The latest document from the Archdiocese is the Code-of-Conduct for parish staff and volunteers. You can also download from here the Application Form for Volunteers with any of our parish groups. We observe the Archdiocese of Dublin Guidelines on Use of Information Technology when working with children and young people. See also our parish Child Protection Policy, Anti Bullying Policy, Guidelines for an Away Trip, Code of Behaviour, Complaints Procedure for Young People and Parents, and Youth Application and Parental Consent Form.

Please scroll down this page for Recent DeathsMass Times, and Coming Events. 

Recent Deaths

Mass Times

Vigil Saturdays 6 pm

Sunday 9 am

Sunday 10.30 am

Sunday 12 noon

Weekdays

7.30 am – during term time only
10 am – preceded by the Rosary at 9.40

You can join us via our webcam any day.

More about Masses in Booterstown and nearby parishes

Coming Events