Our Masses are only availble online now due to the Level 5 restrictions reimposed from December 26th.
St. Stephen’s Day: 10.00am & 6.30pm (vigil Mass for Sunday – The Feast of the Holy Family).
Sunday 27th(Feast of the Holy Family): 10.00am & 12.30pm.
Monday 28th December - Friday 1s January Daily Mass at 10.00am.
Tuesday 5th January 10.00am & 7.30pm (vigil for Epiphany).
Wednesday 6th January (Feast of the Epiphany) 10.00am & 7.30pm.
The Bishops of Ireland have stated:
“Clearly it will be impossible for our usual large congregations to assemble for Mass on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. We wish to remind Catholics that the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days remains suspended during the pandemic. But Christmas is about more than just one day..... Christmas Masses will also be widely available over webcam and we strongly encourage families to “tune in” from the “domestic churches” of their living rooms and join with those who are gathering in their local churches in welcoming the birth of the Christ-child.
It is possible to experience the spiritual richness of this special season in many ways. Our homes can become “little churches” where we invite the Christ-child in. The age-old tradition of having a Christmas crib in the home and gathering there as a family to pray or to sing a carol will be especially meaningful this year. We also invite families or “household bubbles” to pay a visit to their local church at some time during the twelve days to offer a Christmas prayer at the crib and pray together for their families and for those particularly impacted by the pandemic”.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has commented: “In other cases, families should be encouraged to come together to visit the Crib during this period. The Sunday obligation remains suspended”.
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