Masses celebrating the Solemnity of St. Patrick on Saturday, March 17:
Vigil Mass: 6:00pm Friday, March 16. Saturday: 9am; 10:30am and 12 noon.
At the above Masses we will be praying the responses as Gaeilge. The Ógra School of Irish Dancing, under the direction of Ms Pauline Daly, will participate in the liturgy at 10:30am. Then, at 6pm on Saturday, March 17, we will have the usual Vigil Mass for Sunday, March 18. On Monday, Feast of St. Joseph, Mass at 11 a.m. after which the church will be closed, as it is a Public Holiday.
It is that time of year again! As we prepare for Palm Sunday next week, volunteers are requested to help cut the palm branches. If you can come, please bring your own secateurs to the back Sacristry, behind the Altar, after the 10am Mass on Friday, March 23.
Trócaire Romero Family Award: Trócaire is asking all parishes in Ireland to take on the Romero Award as part of their preparations for the World Meeting of Families. Inspired by Blessed Óscar Romero and his concern for the poor and oppressed, the Romero Award aims to provide parishes, families, schools, the youth and individuals with an avenue to express their solidarity with their brothers and sisters who are suffering as a result of injustices and inequalities in our world. Please log on to www.trocaire.org/parish to register for this award.
World Meeting of Families 2018: We are seeking volunteer families (including grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, grandchildren) to participate in the Liturgy at the 7:30pm Mass on Holy Thursday. Please leave your name and contact details in the Sacristy or the Parish Office if you are willing to take part.
Click here for the Prayers of the Faithful for St Patrick’s Day.
Click here for the Prayers of the Faithful for March 18, 2018.
Click here for dates for Confirmation and First Holy Communion 2018.
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Exciting plans for the new pastoral centre were unveiled on January 21. The plans include a coffee dock, a new sacristy, facilities for a mother and toddler group and a pre- and after-school service, warm bright meeting rooms and a large multi-purpose room. You can check out the plans, by clicking here. We are appealing to all our parishioners and supporters to make a donation to help us with this development. To donate, click on the Donation Form to the right.
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.
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