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AAwebThe Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) Annual Appeal 2020 is one of the most difficult in the Society’s 176 years history. Donate online.

Advent Calendar 2020Archbishop Eamon Martin has today launched the 2020 online Advent Calendar, which will go live on on the first Sunday of Advent, 29 November.

20201127 091744Congratulations to the children preparing for the celebrations of the Sacrament of First Penance and First Holy Communion scheduled for 2021 from St Marys National School and the Teresian School.

Sincere condolencesThe November of Remembrance Mass for all parishioners who passed away over the last year, will take place tonight, Friday 20th November at 7pm via our webcam

CrossCareTimes are difficult for everyone at the moment particularly the most vulnerable people in our community. As the need for people to access our services increase, we are finding it more difficult to keep our stock at a level that can cope with the demand.

Donnybrook Parish Art and Craft Exhibition 2020 Sacred Heart Parish, Donnybrook seeks the best in local art, combining traditional skills with creativity for our inaugural exhibition in the new Parish Pastoral Centre.

Support Services for Older and Vulnerable PeoplePlease try to ensure any vulnerable or elderly people in your parish help are aware of these services.

AllSoulsAll Souls' Day is marked on 2nd November (or the 3rd if the 2nd is a Sunday), directly following All Saints' Day, and is an opportunity for us to commemorate the faithful departed. We remember and pray for the souls of people who are in Purgatory - the place (or state) in which those who have died atone for their less grave sins before being granted the vision of God in Heaven (called Beatific vision).

ECV BookYou are invited to take part in  the ‘Virtual’ launch of this new book, Exploring Christus Vivit. Various practitioners explore Pope Francis’ themes from his 2019 Exhortation. It will be launched by Archbishop Eamon Martin on October 21 at 6:30pm.

Our Lady RosaryOn Wednesday Oct. 7 at  6pm we will have an hour of prayer and supplication to Our Lady of Knock for her protection, providential care and an end to this pandemic.

The Church will be closed at this time, parishioner can join in through the webcam. News Feed