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Parish Office
Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 9am-3pm
Contact Numbers:
01-282 2277
01-282 2704

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Synod Newsletter 2023

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Synod 2023 Newsletter - Issue One: Sunday, October 1st 2023

Synod 2023 Newsletter - Issue Two: Sunday, October 8th 2023

Synod 2023 Newsletter - Issue Three: Sunday, October 15th 2023

Synod 2023 Newsletter - Issue Four: Sunday, October 22nd 2023

Synod 2023 Newsletter - Issue Five: Sunday, October 29th 2023

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Archdioceses of Dublin


Foundational Leadership Programme for Young Adults

We need a new generation of Young Adult Leaders to continue the mission of Jesus Christ.

  • Are you - prepared to get “off your couch” and make a difference with your life?
  • Be a leader – make a  difference in your world.

The Foundational Leadership Programme offers participants a unique opportunity to explore and develop Gospel transformational leadership Skills. These skills can be readily applied to the participants own context. The programme is a mix of input from highly experienced experts, reflective practices, mentoring, journaling, spiritual accompaniment, workshops and social immersion. Participants are required to produce a learning log as part of an overall portfolio to serve as a framework for integrative practice. This programme endeavours to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to be Gospel centred transformational leaders and change agents within their own parishes, communities. FLP The Foundational Leadership Programme is run jointly between the Catholic and Church of Ireland Dioceses of Dublin. It will be based mainly in St. Paul's Church, Arran Quay. It is uniquely placed to nurture and mission a new generation of faith leaders. Commitment will be one Saturday per month starting in October 2020 (and will comply with Covid-19 measures)  (Note to parishes can you please circulate on notices, online and social media for month of September.)For more information, online registration and payment – use this link

Gerard Gallagher  - Office for Evangelisation & EcumenismEmail:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it www.evangelisation.iePhone – 087 2347220

New Directions – Support for Families of Prisoners New Directions offers a free, confidential information and support service forFamilies of People in Prison. It offers a listening ear and emotional support to help families with the challenges they face. New Directions was set up in 2018 by Sr Imelda Wickham, a former Prison Chaplain. Dealing with having a family member in prison brings with it all kinds of challenges for those left behind.  The threat of COVID-19 and consequent suspension of family members’ visits is a very big loss to all family members and their loved ones in prison, particularly children who may struggle to understand why they cannot now visit Mum or Dad. New Directions is acutely aware of how difficult a time this can be for families with a loved one in prison and help is available, through phone, Skype, Zoom, etc., to provide support to family members struggling with these new restrictions, which come on top of the existing challenges of having a family member in prison.  For more information and support contact  087 609 7686 or via our email address  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or website http://familiesofprisoners.i

Memory Walk Campaign - The Alzheimer Society of Ireland Support the Memory Walk Campaign - Let’s Walk together for Dementia services on September 20, in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland - See the full details and registration at

Online Theology Courses – The Priory Institute

The Priory Institute are now taking registrations now for autumn online theology courses. The courses are up to degree level and are  subsidised by the Irish Domincans. If you are interested in looking at the 'big' questions of life - then these courses could be just the thing as the nights draw in and we look to an uncertain winter for more.For more information and list of course go to:  

DCU BA in Theology and Religious Studies - Scholarships

Interested in studying theology, but need a flexible programme to suit your needs? The DCU BA in Theology and Religious Studies is just for you. This part-time, flexible programme is aimed at mature students, with lectures on Thursday evenings and a number of Saturdays throughout the year. For 2020/21, the programme will feature blended learning, with online and in-person learning opportunities. Scholarships are available for  incoming students. More info at, or contact Brad Anderson ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Part-time Higher Diploma in Theological Studies

Interested in studying Theology in 2020? The one year, part-time Higher Diploma in Theological Studies at St Patrick's College, Maynooth is now offered as a "Blended Learning" programme. Suitable for those with an undergraduate degree in any discipline (or equivalent)The course will run from Septemberto May, with online lectures taking place on Wednesday evenings, complimented with self-directed study.  There will also be 6 residential weekends over the course of the year.More details of the programme are available at: For admission to the course or other details, please contact Barbara Mahon, at the SPCM - Admissions Office at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  01 -708-4772

N.B. If COVID-19 restrictions make the weekend residential impossible, these will be held virtually.

Parish Items Available

The Mercy Sisters, Provincial Team in Naas have a number of items in storage in the National Rehabilitation Hospital, Dun Laoghaire, which might be of interest to some parishes. The items are as follows: a light wooden altar, a small tabernacle on a pedestal, an Ambo, two lecterns, a thurible, two large framed pictures of the Sacred Heart and Lady of Perpetual Help and one large statue of Mary. Contact Sr Margaret by email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or by phone at (087) 2329144

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