As the restrictions are gradually being eased, I am pleased to announce that the Church will open on Monday 8th June for private prayer from 2.00pm - 4.00pm. Entrance via the main doors in the Atrium. There will be protocols in place and we ask people to observe the protocols to ensure the safety of everyone. Parts of the Church will be sealed off but we hope that this limited opening will help to ease the transition back to more regular routine. The government have brought forward the date for resumption of Public Worship to June 29th and we are putting in place measures to accommodate social distancing and hygiene. This will involve a reduction in the numbers who may attend at any one Mass and also seats will be allocated for specific groups of people, i.e. Families, Couples, Individuals. It will take some time for everyone to become used to the new ways, but with everyone's cooperation, we hope to provide a safe and prayerful experience. Updates will be provided on a regular basis.

  • Meanwhile Mass will be celebrated each day at 10.00am and is live streamed on our website

  • Our weekend Masses will be celebrated at the usual times: Sat vigil 6.30pm, Sunday 10.00am and 12.30pm and available on our webcam.

  • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place after the 10.00am Mass each weekday until 12.00noon. (except when a funeral is taking place)

  • Church will be open for private prayer from 2.00pm - 4.00pm daily for the time being.

  • The Parish Office and Parish Centre remain closed until further notice. We will notify you when the Office and Centre are due to reopen.


  • For those who wish to drop in their contributions (Easter Dues, 1st & 2nd Collection, Family Offering) you can do so by using the Post Box at the Presbytery or on the Church Road side of the Parish Centre.

  • A big 'Thank You' to those who have already dropped in their envelopes. It has been very heartening to receive these contributions. Go raibh míle maith agaibh!

  • If you wish to book a Mass please email the Parish Office (  or phone Fr. Liam (01 8322396).

  • Coronavirus, Church and You

    DCU’s Mater Dei Centre for Catholic Education (Director, Dr. Gareth Byrne) has an important survey just made available. The Covid-19 pandemic has obviously had a profound effect on Church. As we pass the most severe period of lockdown, it seems a good time to assess how clergy and churchgoers have responded to the experience, and what they think the future might hold. The views of priests, religious and lay people are all welcome. To have your say go to:

  • Young adults and their Faith experience during the Covid 19 pandemic

    The Leadership Team for the Foundational Leadership Programme(FLP) invite young adults and youth leaders to take a four minute survey on their Faith Experience during the Covid 19 Pandemic.  Take the Survey  Please circulate on line.


Check out suggestions for prayer or other activities during this time on the Coronavirus Prayers and Resources page under 'About Us' 

Mass times
  • WEEKENDS: Saturday 10.00 a.m. and
  • Vigil Mass for Sunday 6.30 p.m. Sunday: 10.00 a.m. Family Mass; 12.30 Adult Choir
  • WEEKDAYS (Mon, Tues,Wed,Thurs, Fri): 10.00 a.m.
  • For the time being Mass will also be celebrated on Wednesday at 10.00am
  • BANK HOLIDAYS: Mass is at 10.00a.m.
  • HOLY DAYS: When on weekday: Vigil 7.30 p.m., 10.00 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. When on a Saturday: Vigil (Friday) 7.30 p.m. and 10.00 a.m. When on a Monday: 10.00am and 7.30pm (St. Patrick's Day - Please check Church Notices)

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