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Mass Times

Mass Times: Sundays Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Saturday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekdays: Monday to Saturday 10am; (Masses are without congregation and televised). Night Prayer every night at 8pm (televised). The Church will be open for private prayers after the…
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First Sunday of Advent

This Sunday is the First Sunday of Advent, the beginning of the Church’s year. Advent is the first season to be celebrated and it is a season of preparation. It prepares us for two things. From the first Sunday to…
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Feast days this week

Feast days this week: Monday 30th November, St. Andrew the Apostle was a disciple of John the Baptist when he was called by Jesus. He in turn brought his brother Peter to Jesus. He died a martyr’s death by crucifixion….
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Funerals, Weddings and Confessions

Funerals —The following arrangements apply to funerals in the parish during Level 5: the priests cannot lead prayers in houses or funeral homes, the number attending the Funeral Mass is limited to 25 and the congregation cannot receive Holy Communion….
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Mass Times

Sundays Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekdays: Monday to Saturday 10am; Wednesday and Friday 7.30pm (all the Masses are celebrated without congregation and televised). Night Prayer every night at 8pm (televised) The Church will be open…
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Funerals, Weddings & Confessions

Funerals —The following arrangements apply to funerals in the parish during Level 5: the priests cannot lead prayers in houses or funeral homes, the number attending the Funeral Mass is limited to 25 and the congregation cannot receive Holy Communion….
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Feast days this week

Feast days this week: Monday 23rd, St. Columban (Columbanus) was born c.543. He became a monk of Bangor and later principal teacher there. In 591, desiring to go on pilgrimage for Christ, he set out with twelve companions and came…
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Covid Quote

During Covid times we have heard various comments and quotes. Here is one I heard recently: “An abnormal reaction to an abnormal situation is normal behaviour” Viktor Frankl

Bible Corner

During the last two weeks of the Church’s year, the readings for the week day Masses were taken from the Book of the Apocalypse (or Revelation). The introduction to this book in the New Jerusalem Bible gives an idea of…
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