What happens from May 10th

Weekday Masses from Monday to Friday 8am and 10am; Saturday morning 10am. Saturday Vigil 6.10pm; Sunday 8am, 10am and Noon. A maximum of 50 people can attend Masses, including Funeral Masses and Weddings. All Masses are broadcast on Saorview and the Internet (through the parish website).

Funeral Masses from Monday to Saturday are at 11am. They are offered on Sunday at the Noon Mass.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place from after morning Mass on Wednesdays and Fridays unless there is a funeral when it will begin after the funeral. The Blessed Sacrament will be reposed at 7pm.

With all of the above we must remember that the guidelines for safety have to be kept even if one is vaccinated. Example must be given to those not vaccinated yet and the quicker the vaccines are done, the quicker the return to near as normal as possible will be achieved. If we are to err, we should err in caution. The 50 at liturgies should keep social distancing and wear a mask. Other sacraments have not been mentioned above. The reason for that is we need to discuss how and when they can safely return. The biggest concern in relation to them is what happens after the ceremonies. The danger of the after-party has to be kept in mind as does the fear of crowds in the churchyard during and after ceremonies, including funerals, that infringe the guidelines.