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accord logo 2019The annual collection of ACCORD, the Diocesan Agency for Marriage and the Family, will be made this weekend (15th/16th Feb). The Collection for Accord will replace the Share Collection at all masses. 

BTRSST“Be the reason someone smiles. Be the reason someone feels loved and believes in the goodness in people.” 
Roy T. Bennett

Holocaust memorial day"I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining, I believe in love, even when I cannot feel it, I believe in God, even when God is silent"

Fam MassThe Family Mass is currently at 10.30am on Sunday mornings. The Family Mass Team would like to survey everyone interested to see how suitable the current time of 10.30am is and whether another time slot might make it easier for families to attend and participate. Just click here to cast your vote. 
We look forward to hearing from you! Fiona, Tabitha & Paul”

temppcAs of Mon 20th to Thurs, 30th January, access to the temporary Parish Pastoral Centre will be from the rear Church carpark (off Ailesbury Close) and along the left side of new Parish Pastoral Centre.
Note: There are steps leading down to the Centre

Word Of GodPope Francis declared a Sunday of the Word of God for Catholics. This year the Sunday falls on the 26th of January, just after the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

Laudate Poster 2020 smallA large choir of children (500-1000) from schools in the Archdiocese will lead in song and prayer for the annual Laudate Festival which will be celebrated in four venues in the Archdiocese of Dublin during Catholic Schools Week.

 

ny 2020This day two week people gathered around the world to say farewell to 2019 and celebrate the arrival of 2020.
The new year inevitably brings New Years resolutions as people make promises to try and improve some aspect of our lives. It might be to exercise more, to eat better food, to read more or to spend more time doing the things you love. 

Faithcast visual 12 December 2019Faithcast is the weekly faith podcast presented by Brenda Drumm and is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. You can listen to the podcast here.

sdropIf we look at the news this week, these present days may seem bleak, it seems that as these dark January days progress the news seems to get more wretched and hard to hear.

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