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november 13th world kindness day earth globe cardWorld Kindness Day is a lovely day that's celebrated all around the world. It was introduced in 1998 and is observed in many countries. World Kindness Day is a day of acceptance, diversity, and love.

svuh dc frontThe Irish Cancer Society is looking for volunteers to assist in supporting and providing information to patients and families in their Dublin Daffodil Centre’s.

Church NoticesThe latest Sunday Mass notices are now available for download here

The notice sheets are provided in a PDF file format, which is viewable on most devices. Download Adobe Reader for free here.

An archive of Sunday Mass notices is available here

Can lightNovember is Remembrance Month when we celebrate specific feasts around the theme of death: 
All Saints - 1st November
All Souls - 2nd November.

Just one ThingDo one thing is an initiative to help vulnerable people in our city. The aim is to gather teens & young adults across the diocese to come to St Paul’s Church, Arran Quay between 5.00 -9.00pm on Tuesday 26th November to help us pack bags and boxes for the variety of homeless people living in our city.

Prayer For The DayI think Autumn very definitely arrived today. The mornings are darker, there is a chill in the air, the leaves are beginning to fall, and we are starting to see just a bit more rain. 

Archdiocese Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults PolicyPlease see the new Safeguarding Vulnerable Adult policy published by our Service. This policy is binding on all Clergy, volunteers and staff who work with/ minister to vulnerable adults in your parish.
Archdiocese Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy 11.09.19

Diocesan Safeguarding DayI wish to take this opportunity to address you on this vital matter and to thank you for all of the work you have been doing to make the Church in Dublin a safer place for children and for vulnerable adults. Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin

project edwardOn Wednesday 19th September, An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) will proudly support the third “European Day Without A Road Death” (Project EDWARD)
On average 70 people are killed each day on Europe’s roads and although 2017 was the lowest number of road fatalities ever recorded in Ireland, none of us can afford to be complacent about road safety.

Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to LourdesThe final full day of the pilgrimage began with glorious sunshine tinged with a bittersweet feeling in the air. While we consider how lovely it will be to see our families on our return and inform them of our experience over the last five days, the impact of this journey has created a feeling that we will be leaving a new family behind.

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