Below you will find the list of the most recently published parish news so you can keep up to date with what is happening in our parish. Don’t forget to also check out our Parish Newsletters for weekly updates on what is going on in our parish.

  • SVP Annual Appeal – 10th/11th December
    As it comes into its busiest two months of the year, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP) is receiving an average of 800 requests for help every day. Launching SVP Annual Appeal entitled “Impossible Choices”, Rose McGowan, SVP National President, said that despite the additional cost-of-living support payments made by the Government, there are many people who are struggling to meet basic family expenses. A member of the local SVP will be talking to us at mass on the weekend of Saturday 10th/Sunday 11th December and appealing for donations to help those in our local community who are

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  • Christmas Carol Service
    We are delighted to announce the return of the parish Christmas Carol service this year which will take place at 7pm on Thursday 8th December. There will be music and singing by our talented parish music groups including some old favourites for everyone to join in with. There is no cost to attend. We will also have a raffle on the night and donations to our parish on the night are welcome. It should be a wonderful evening for us to gather together in joy and song as we prepare to welcome the birth of our Lord.
  • Religion Class Registrations
    We are delighted to announce that online registrations are now open for the non-Catholic schools in our parish. Click on the following links to go to the religion class page for your child’s school. We are asking parents, who are interested in religion classes for their children this year, to fill in an expression of interest/registration form for each child. Once we know the number of children requiring classes in each school and their class level, we will be able to determine the number of classes/teachers required and plan accordingly. The fees have not been decided as of yet and

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  • First Holy Communion Registration 2022/23
    In order to be able to plan for the First Holy Communion ceremonies in the summer we need each child to register/enrol with the parish so we have a full and correct list of the children. This is required for all children wishing to make their First Holy Communion in our parish in summer 2023 regardless of which school they attend.
  • All Saints Celebration for Children
    Tuesday 1 st November 11 am – 1 pm Our parish would like to do something a little different this year and include the children in the parish for a celebration of All Saints day which is on November 1st. We are inviting all children between the ages of 7 and 13 years old to come to our celebration between 11 am and 1 pm on Tuesday 1st November. The children can dress up as a saint they admire if they want to, perhaps we will have some St. Patricks or St. Brigids walking amongst us. Come along and learn

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  • Sunday Mass Times change from November
    We had changed our Sunday mass times during Covid to leave an hour between the services for airing the Church but this is no longer required. From November onwards, starting with Sunday November 6th the Sunday Mass times in the Church of Divine Mercy will revert to 10.30 am and 12.00 Noon.
  • Rosary for the month of October
    The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily due to the fact that the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated annually on October 7. It was instituted to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary in gratitude for the protection that she gives the Church in answer to the praying of the Rosary by the faithful. To mark this special month we will pray the Rosary before the 12:15 pm Mass every Sunday. We will start the Rosary around 11:50am to have enough time before the mass. So please come

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  • Knock Pilgrimage
    The Legion of Mary are organising a pilgrimage to Knock on Sunday 25th September. The cost is €25 and booking is essential. To book a place, phone 087 9195653. Below you will see the list of the pickup points and the time to be there to meet the bus. It will be departing from our Church at 7:45am on Sunday 25th September. Celbridge: Castletown gates @ 7:00am Bluebell: Church @ 7:15am Inchicore: Mary Immaculate Church @ 7:20am Ballyfermot: St. Matt @ 7:25am & Assumption Church @ 7:30am Palmerstown: under footbridge westbound @ 7:35am Lucan South: Divine Mercy Church @ 7:45am

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