Sacred Heart Triduum, Artane Parish 22 – 23 June 2022

Rosary Relay For Sanctification Of Priests

Sacred Heart Messenger Mass, 24-JUN-22


On the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Friday, June 24 2022, Sacred Heart Messenger has organised a Mass at 7pm in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. All are welcome to join with Messenger promoters and readers in person and on the church  webcam at

The homily will be by Fr Donal Neary SJ, Editor.

Synodal Pathway Report & Letter from Archbishop





Gospel Choir Music Festival 19-Jun-22

A Gospel Choir music festival takes place in Mountjoy Square Park, Dublin, and surrounding areas this Sunday, 19 June 2022, from 12.30pm to 6pm.

This is a free public outdoor concert which features live performances from gospel choirs from around Ireland including Gardiner Street, Discovery, Our Lady of Victories and Fingal Gospel Choir. There will also be a performance from the Forget Me Nots choir, an inclusive, fun choir that unites older people and those affected by dementia with caregiver family and friends as part of the festival’s dementia-friendly focus this year.

Food trucks, children’s entertainment, picnic tables and necessary facilities will all be available in the park so that you can make a day of it with family and friends. No tickets required.

Matt Talbot Pilgrimage, 12 June 2022

Do you or somebody you know suffer from an addiction? Yes?

Join us at the Shrine of Matt Talbot in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Sean McDermot Street, Dublin, on Sunday 12th June at 2:00pm-4:30pm, where we will pray for freedom from addiction through Jesus.

This will be a day when Ireland unites in prayer to rid our country from the plague of addiction.

For more information, visit or contact or (048) 71262894


Now in its ninth year, Ecumenical Bible Week, led by the Archdiocese of Dublin and the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough in collaboration with many other Christian traditions, will run this year from Pentecost to Trinity Sunday, 5-12 June. The overall theme for this year is ‘A New Pentecost:  Moving to the Edges’.

As in previous years, EBW will have opening and closing prayer events. There will be a Theological Symposium on the afternoon of Thursday 9 June where the theme will be ‘Listen to the Word’. That evening in Thinking Allowed a panel of Faith leaders will each give their ‘Personal Vision of a New Pentecost’.  A new event being introduced this year will focus on the experiences of the ‘new’ Irish.

Check out the Ecumenical Bible Week’s Website at for further information and to register for the events which will be online. You can also follow and share Ecumenical Bible Week’s online posts on Facebook and Instagram. Poster attached.

Glendalough Hermitage Centre Celebrates 21 Years