Lent Services TimetableCalendar

We have an extended timetable of masses, Benediction and Station of the Cross for the season of Lent to help you prepare for Easter. All these services will be available from our website Live Stream at the following times.

  • Monday: Masses at 9:15am and 7pm
  • Tuesday: Masses at 9:15am and 7pm
  • Wednesday: Masses at 9:15am and 7pm
  • Thursday: Masses at 9:15am and 7pm
  • Friday: Mass at 9:15am followed by benediction.
  • Friday: Stations of the Cross at 7pm
  • Saturday: Masses at10am and 7pm
  • Sunday: Mass at 10:30am

Journey with God’s word this lentDaily Mass Reading

Hearing, Happening, Hoping weekly reflections. Take some time each week to read and reflect on God’s word this Lent and journey with Him in a meaningful way to Easter.

Other reflections:

  • Busy person’s Lenten Retreat – A collection of short prayers, reflections and exercises for busy people based on the Gospel each Sunday to help aid you on your Journey through Lent to Easter

Weekly Gospel reflections for children

These reflections are designed for schools and families to help children reflect on the Gospel each week.


Daily Acts of Love for Lent

Our lives will not be measured by the big things we do but rather by the little steps we take to make a difference. Each day during Lent take a step with us and together we will change the world.

For the full list of simple actions you can do each day of Lent click here to view the full document, an example is shown below.

Day 1

Stations of the Cross for Lent 2021

The following recording was made in Lucan South Parish for Lent 2021 so we can all follow the way of the Cross as we journey with the Lord this Lent.

Click here to view the video on the Parish Youtube account


More Resources for Lent:


Message from Archbishop of Dublin, +Dermot Farrell

The approaching season of Lent is described as a joyful season. Despite the difficulties and restrictions we face, Lent gives us an opportunity to rediscover who we are and the life-giving message of the Good News.

Unfortunately this year we are unable to mark Ash Wednesday in the traditional way. It is in solidarity with one another and with all our neighbours that we must continue to strictly adhere to social distancing, hand sanitising and the wearing of face coverings. The threat of Covid-19 remains stubbornly present in our communities, this year Ashes should not be distributed in the traditional way either within or outside our parish churches as this would involve people congregating and possibly breaching the social distancing rule.  

While our churches remain closed for public worship in solidarity with one another and with wider society, our churches ought to be open offering time for private prayer. I encourage you to be creative in finding new ways of reaching out to all who seek consolation and strength at this time. I am heartened to hear some of the innovative ways parishes and groupings are working together in preparation for Ash Wednesday and Lent such as with online daily Mass, evening reflections, Lenten talks, reconciliation services and times to come together for prayer and spiritual nourishment. 

Parish webcams and online resources have made it possible to accompany one another as we seek to grow in faith, hope and love. While this will be a different Lent, it still holds out the opportunity for each one of us to grow in Love of the Lord and of one another. 

Please see attached helpful resources which have been prepared by the liturgy office to help your parish journey this Lent.

With prayerful good wishes,

Yours sincerely,

+ Dermot Farrell

Archbishop of Dublin   

Friday 12th February 2021