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Donnybrook Parish

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From December 26th the Chuch is closed for Public
Online Masses Weekdays Monday to Friday 7:30am; Sat 10am and Sundays 11am 
After Mass to 6pm - Church will be open daily for individual prayer

Feast of the Epiphany – Online Mass at 7:30am and recorded via our webcam, there is also an Online Evening Prayer at 5pm for the Holy Day and can be viewed via our webcam.
 

Your financial support of the parish is always gratefully appreciated but especially at this time. We invite you to contribute to the running costs of the parish by completing a standing order form. Standing order forms are available at the Church Doors. You may also contribute via the ‘DONATE’ Button on the website.

Due to Covid Level 5 restrictions the Office is closed to the public at this time, however, please ring 01-2693926 or email: secretary@donnybrookparish.ie for ordering Mass Cards, Certificates, Bookings and any other enquires.

Church Reopens 29th June
Weekday Masses - 7:30am and 10am Mon – Fri, 
Saturday 10am and Vigil 6pm,
Sunday Masses – 9am, 10:30am, 12noon and 5:30pm
There will be a limit of 100 people at each Mass per public health advice 100
50 main part of Church & 25 each side with own entrance/exit

Parish Office is open (service at office Window, basement level behind new building)
Mon - Fri 9:30am to 1pm.
For Bookings and Certificates please email secretary@donnybrookparish.ie

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Saint Of The Day

17 January 2021

  • St. Anthony the Abbot: Saint of the Day for Sunday, January 17, 2021
    Two Greek philosophers ventured out into the Egyptian desert to the mountain where Anthony lived. When they got there, Anthony asked them why they had come to talk to such a foolish man? He had reason to say that -- they saw before them a man who wore a skin, who refused to bathe, who lived on bread and water. They were Greek, the world's most admired civilization, and Anthony was Egyptian, a member of a conquered nation. They were philosophers, educated in languages and rhetoric. Anthony had...