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THE PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL AND STAFF WELCOME YOU TO OUR PARISH WEBSITE. MAY GOD BLESS YOUR LIFE AND THOSE YOU LOVE WITH PEACE. WHEREVER YOU ARE MAY THIS GLIMPSE OF THE LIFE OF OUR PARISH ENCOURAGE YOU TO GET INVOLVED IN THE LIFE OF THE COMMUNITY WHERE YOU LIVE.
"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them." MATTHEW 18:20
PARISH OFFICE: Mrs. Deirdre Anderson and Mrs. Rita Buckley (01) 4556105 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr. Dave Brannigan Co-PP, 89 Sperrin Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12.(01) 4652418 email@example.com
Mr. Frank Quinn. Chair Parish Pastoral Council. C/o Parish Office.
Mrs. Pat Clarke. Chair PArish Finance Committee. C/0 Parish Office.
Sr. Bonaventure Higgins RSM, Catechist.
Mr. Andy Murphy and Mr. Oliver Banks, Volunteer Sacristans.
Church open Monday to Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm. Entry outside of Mass times through Parish Office entrance. Wheelchair access at Sperrin Road doors. Oratory at Sperrin Road open for Eucharistic Adoration Monday to Friday after 10.00am Mass until 5.00pm. Saturday - Church closes after 10.00am Mass and reopens at 5.30pm. Sunday - Church opens at 8.00am and closes after last Liturgy.
Parish Office located at Sperrin Road entrance. Open Mon - Wed 9.15am - 1.00pm; 2.00pm - 5.15pm. Thurs & Fri 9.15am - 1.00pm. Priest on Duty may be contacted through the Parish Office (24 hour phone service). Priests Residences: Parochial House, Sperrin Road (next to Church) and The Presbytery, 89 Sperrin Road (oppsite Sperrrin Road gate).
Buses 122 and 123. Luas Red Line to Drimnagh, 5 minute walk to church along Sperrin Road.
Contituted in 1942 from Terenure and Dolphin's Barn parishes, Mourne Road is now part of the Pastoral Area of Crumlin, Mourne Road and Clogher Road.
SUNDAY MASSES: VIGIL MASS 6.30PM SATURDAY WITH CHANT GROUP/CANTOR AND ORGAN. SUNDAY MORNING 9, 10.30 (FAMILY MASS). 12 NOON WITH PARISH CHOIR AND ORGAN. PASTORAL AREA SUNDAY EVENING MASS CRUMLIN 7pm.
WEEKDAY MASS 10AM. DURING LENT 7.30AM IN THE ORATORY.
HOLYDAY MASSES: 10AM AND AS ANNOUNCED.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: AFTER 10AM MASS ON SATURDAYS AND ANYTIME ON REQUEST TO PRIEST ON DUTY. PENITENTIAL SERVICES DURING LENT AND ADVENT AND ON SPECIAL PARISH OCCASIONS.
FULL SCHEDULE OF OUR PASTORAL AREA MASSES ON THE LINKBAR ABOVE.
BROTHER BISHOPS BRIAN AND KEVIN FARRELL NATIVES OF OUR PARISH CONCELEBRATE MASS IN OUR CHURCH DURING THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS IN 2012. CLICK ON THE IMAGE ABOVE TO READ A RECENT ARTICLE ABOUT THEIR LIVES AND MINISTRY .
Working towards 2018, the 75th anniversary of our Parish.
Phase 1 of Maintenance and Development Works on our Church is scheduled to begin in late October or November 2015. The closing dates for tenders was 12th August 2015. Tenders were submitted to our Architect, Ms. Carmel Brennan, Clonliffe Architects, Botanic Court, 30 - 32 Botnic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Approval for the successful tender is being sought from the Diocesan Buildings and Finance Committees at their meeting at the end of September. Subsequent to this approval we hope the work can begin. The estimated schedule for completion is 12 weeks from the commencement date during which time access to the main church will be curtailed on weekdays. All weekday Masses and other Liturgies and Prayers except Funerals will be held in the Oratory. The building of the new Pastoral space will require the removal of 10 rows of seats right across the back of the church in both the centre and side aisles. If you have a memorial plaque on one of these benches please contact the Parish Office about finding an alternative place in the church for your plaque. Total
Total Building Cost Budget (including Maintenance Works & Pastoral Space) €452,841.00 .
We acknowledge with thanks the wonderful financial support which our regular parishioners give each week towards the upkeep of the parish buildings through the envelope collection. The cost of the refurbishment will be funded primarily from the proceeds of the sale of the Presbyteries combined with a recent legacy to the parish and also parish savings. At this stage it looks as though the completion of Phase 1 will come in slightly over budget and consequently we need to do some fundraising. Several parishioners have already given special contributions towards the refurbishment work for which we are most grateful.
If you are in a position to contribute towards the work, any donation however small will be gratefully received in the special REFURBISHMENT ENVELOPES which will be available in the church. Perhaps you could give an envelope to family members or neighbours who avail of the services of our church but who can’t or don’t attend or contribute regularly.
Thank you for browsing our Parish Website. Whoever you are we hope your visit, however brief, will have given you a glimpse of the life of our parish community. We aspire, with God's help, to live our lives rooted in the timeless values of the Gospel in a rapidly changing world, nourished in our spiritual lives by the grace of the Sacraments. As a parish community within the universal church, we try, with God's help, to live individual lives and build a community rooted in Faith and Hope and Love. This is both a challenging and enriching call to live in love of God and of each other, in imitation of Christ, with a care which extends way beyond our parish boundaries.. If you're an involved parishioner we hope you found any information you need about the parish on this site. If you live in the Drimnagh area and don't have contact with the parish we hope some of what you read here will encourage you to make contact. If you're from Drimnagh and visiting the site from abroad welcome home. Let us know how you're getting on and be assured that we pray constantly in the church for all those from the parish who have spread their wings to live in the four corners of the earth. To everybody who visits this site may you be nourished by the Word of God which you can read here and be blessed according to your need at this time.
Canon John Flaherty and Fr. Dave Brannigan