Cemetery Sunday 2021

We have been advised by the Glasnevin Trust that due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, Cemetery Sunday is cancelled in Palmerstown Cemetery for 2021.

Sacraments Update 30 April 2021

PRAY IN MAY WITH THE YOUNG CHURCH DUBLIN

PRAY IN MAY WITH THE YOUNG CHURCH DUBLIN

Join the Young Church Dublin for Pray in May. We will meet every Wednesday in May from 8pm – 9pm for fellowship and to pray the rosary together as a community. It provides an opportunity to connect in with other young adults in a community of faith. For more information, please email: kirsten.mahon@dublindiocese.ie

TARSUS SCRIPTURE SCHOOL: PENTECOST 2021

TARSUS SCRIPTURE SCHOOL: PENTECOST 2021

Announcing  TSS Pentecost Programme

3 pre-recorded Presentations
1 Online Meditation 

“Pentecost Focus”


The lectures will be available online from 7th May 2021 from 6pm onwards.
1 pre-recorded presentation from each of 3 presenters.

1) “Babel to Jerusalem and beyond: Acts 2:1-11″
      (1 pre-recorded presentation video)
Jessie Rogers

 

2) “There is a variety of gifts but always the same Spirit: 1 Corinthians 12:3-7, 12-13″
      (1 pre-recorded presentation video) Kieran O’Mahony OSA

 

3) “Dying and raised to new life in Christ”: Salvation in Romans.
(1 pre-recorded presentation video)
Sean Goan

 

Online Meditation Event
Sunday 7th May at 7.30 pm

Cost Is Free – But Registration Essential 

Register Now

Parishes join together to pray for the people of India

SLÍ CHUN DÉ – BOOK LAUNCH

SLÍ CHUN DÉ – BOOK LAUNCH

Slí Chun Dé is a book of Irish prayer services for young people. It was originally published in 2009 by Sr. Mairéad ni bhuachalla. The book has been revamped – now with colour illustrations and is available as an E-Book for use in schools and parishes. The book launch will take place on Thursday 6th of May at 7 pm. It will go live on YouTube and all you need do is click the link and join with us virtually for the celebration of a wonderful resource for schools! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNIhkxr_JkI

LATEST COMMUNION/CONFIRMATION UPDATE 22 APRIL 2021

SHEKINAH ONLINE COURSE 2021-2022

SHEKINAH ONLINE COURSE 2021-2022

Level 7 Diploma in Spirituality – Applied Youth Ministry and Facilitation. Online course accredited by St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth

The course runs from September to April. Delivered online, students view lecturers and live e-tutorial sessions, access readings, ask questions, engage in discussions and complete assignments online. The course is designed with flexibility in mind, enabling the student to balance study with work and family commitments. The practical element will comprise the on-line planning and delivery of four youth retreats/parish reflective youth experiences. The skills are transferable to other situations. Training for this is included in the course.

Who is this course for?

Anyone interested in the spiritual and human development of young people, including parents, teachers, school chaplains and youth workers in parish ministry.

For further information please see www.shekinah.ie.

DUBLIN DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK – 24 April 2021

DUBLIN DIOCESAN VIRTUAL PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK

Please join us for the online Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to the International Eucharistic and Marian Shrine at Knock will take place this Saturday April 24th.  For the second year, it will be a virtual pilgrimage.  It will include a programme of online workshops from Our Lady of Victories Church, Ballymun Road which can be accessed by webcam commencing at 11.50am. Archbishop Dermot Farrell will address online pilgrims following the Regina Caeli at 12pm.  The workshop themes will include Challenge for Families, the Holy Spirit and St Joseph & the Apparition.

After a break for lunch, you are invited to switch to the Knock Shrine webcam at 2.30pm for the rosary.  The Pilgrimage Mass will follow immediately afterwards at 3pm and will be celebrated by the Rector of Knock Shrine, Father Richard Gibbons.  Our pilgrimage will conclude with an opportunity for quiet prayer with an online visit to the Apparition Chapel. We hope that you find the pilgrimage to be an inspirational and positive experience.  And pray that we may be in a position to gather together in Knock as an Archdiocese for our 2022 pilgrimage.