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Easter 2020 Masses & Services

Easter Notice


Masses/Services At Donnybrook For Easter Will Be Streamed Live
via a temporary 

Easter Services 

Holy Thursday 9th April:                          

-  Mass Of The Lord’s Supper                7:30pm
-  Watch & Pray                                        9:00pm

Good Friday 10th April:

-  Good Friday Passion of the Lord       3:00pm
-  Seven Last Words Of Jesus               7:30pm

Holy Saturday 11th April:

-  Easter Vigil & Mass Of The Resurrection    9:00pm

Easter Sunday 12th April:                              

-  Mass                                                   11:00am



Individual Confessions Will Take Place In The ‘Old Adoration Chapel’

Holy Thursday 9th April:        11:00am To 11:30am

Good Friday 10th April:           4pm To 5pm
Holy Saturday 11th April:        10:30am To 11:30am       


There are no public Sunday or Weekday Masses

Sunday Mass will be broadcasted live at 11amWatch Back At Sunday Mass 29th March

Pastoral Centre & Pasish Office CLOSED

Please call Oonagh on 01 2693926 or 087 3677128 (leave message)

Urgent calls after hours please ring Mgr Lorcan O’Brien on 087 2408975

The Church will be open for Prayers from 9am to 6pm - subject to change.


The arrangements for Baptisms, Funerals and Weddings remain in place but with the following requirements:

  • Observe all the recommended personal hygiene practices regarding handwashing, coughing and sneezing.

  • Spread around the Church and maintain a distance of one metre from each other.

  • Receive Communion in the hand.

  • The number of attendees will be strictly limited.

Watch masses online from St. Mary’s Pro Cathedral. RTÉ will air daily Mass and minority faith messages during the Covid-19 emergency at 10.30am full details are here.


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08 April 2020

  • St. Julie Billiart: Saint of the Day for Wednesday, April 08, 2020
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