NO PUBLIC MASSES Weekdays 9.30 am – Morning Prayers (on Webcam) 10.00 am – Community Mass (on Webcam) Church to be opened for Private Prayer afterwards and closed before Evening Prayer 6.00 pm – Evening Prayer (on Webcam) Sundays Saturday 7.00 pm – Vigil Mass in Spanish (on Webcam) 10.45 am – Morning Prayer (on
Z powodu rozprzestrzeniania się koronawirusa zaostrzono od dzisiaj (19 września) anty-koronawirusowe procedury w hrabstwie Dublin. Niestety, znowu zabroniono publicznego sprawowania mszy świętych. Musimy wiec zawiesić również naszą niedzielną polską mszę o godz. 16.30 20 września i 4 października. Bardzo żałuję. Tak dawno się nie widzieliśmy. Nowe restrykcje mają obowiązywać przez 3 tygodnie. Mam nadzieję, że
NO PUBLIC MASSESYou can unite with us in prayer through the Internet. Saturday, 19th September Morning Prayer – 9.30am Community Mass – 10.00 Church to be opened for Private Prayer afterwards Church to be closed before Evening Prayer at 6.00pm Evening Prayer – 6.00pm Mass in Spanish – 7.00pm No mass at 7.30pm Sunday,
From Saturday 19th Sept 2020 there will be no public masses in our church for three weeks except for funerals and weddings, which are reduced in numbers to 25 people. Read a notice given by Archbishop Martin.
Further Notice concerning the pastoral situation in county Dublin under changed coronavirus norms 18 September 2020 – Evening Confirmation has been received that, in the light of the very worrying increase in infection in the Dublin area, the entire County Dublin will be placed on Level 3 of the Government’s COVID-19 Resilience and National Recovery
A big THANK YOU to the people who have been helping with stewarding, cleaning and disinfecting after both our Sunday and weekday Masses since early July. More helpers are needed – especially for the later Masses. The carpenter from Nazareth is always looking for joiners!
We again appeal to people who normally attend our 11.15am Mass on Sundays to consider attending a different Mass – at least occasionally. The times of our other Masses are as follows: Saturday: 7.30pm Vigil Mass Sunday: 8.00am, 9.00am (in Irish), 10.00am and 6.00pm. Also, there is a Polish Mass every 1st and 3rd Sunday
On Tuesday, 8th September, we received a letter from Archbishop Diarmuid Martin reminding us of our common responsibility to prevent the spreading of the Coronavirus and to give good example in our parishes and churches. He draws our attention to the norms which allow gatherings of up to 50 people or “pods” of 50 people