18th May 2024

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Welcome

CÉAD MÍLE FÁILTE

Parish of Firhouse RCN 2OO16166 CHY 7424 is partnered with the Parishes of Bohernabreena/Ballycragh and Aylesbury/Old Bawn in the Tallaght Deanery.

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Webcam Link to Join Mass Live: www.churchservices.tv/firhouse

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Daily Readings: Today’s Readings
Weekly Notice 19 May 2024: This Week’s Announcements

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A Powerpoint Presentation of the Sunday Gospel reading is available here: Gospel Reading
Notices from the Archdiocese of Dublin: click here
Webcam Link to Join Mass Live: www.churchservices.tv/firhouse

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Daily Readings: Today’s Readings
Weekly Notice 19 May 2024: This Week’s Announcements

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A Powerpoint Presentation of the Sunday Gospel reading is available here: Gospel Reading
Notices from the Archdiocese of Dublin: click here

Building Hope Novena May 2024

‘Payment for ‘Seeds of Faith’ Classes.

Payment of €100 for one child attending the ‘Seeds of Faith’ Classes may be paid in full at the beginning of the year or in two €50 instalments: one at the beginning of this October and the second one before the end of the first week in February. Please use the Link for 1 Child.

Seeds of Faith Classes – 1 Child

For the four families with a child attending ‘Seeds of Faith’ Classes preparing for First Holy Communion and the Sacrament of Confirmation, there is a concessionary payment of €150 that may be paid in full at the beginning of the year or in two €75 instalments: one at the beginning of this October and the second one before the end of the first week in February. Please use the Link for 2 Children.

Seeds of Faith Classes – 2 Children

Payment will be by Credit / Debit Card.

Building Hope

Visit our Building Hope Page which contains details of our Parish Partnership Shared Services and The Building Hope Prayer

Contact Us

Visit our Contact Us page for full details.

Directions to the Church

Normal Mass and Confession Times

Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation – Confession

  • Saturday after 10.00 am Mass; and 5.30 pm-5.50 pm
  • (Before 6 p.m. Vigil Mass) by request.
The Sacraments; and Baptism and Marriage Requirements

Please see information on the Sacraments; and

First Friday Visits to the Housebound

Holy Communion is brought to our ill or housebound parishioners normally on the First Friday of every month.

If you, or someone you know, would like a First Friday visit, please let us know by contacting the Parish Office at:  01 4524702 or email: olmcfirhouseparish@gmail.com

The Monday Evening Rosary

The Monday rosary takes place in the church every Monday evening at 6pm. Its main intention is to pray for the return to faith and practice of our children and grandchildren, something we’re all so conscious of nowadays. We also pray for other special intentions, and everyone is most welcome to send in their requests. Please join us! The time may be inconvenient for you, but isn’t that a small sacrifice to pay for such a vital intention?

Firhouse Bethany Bereavement Support Group
Click here to download a pdf of the details.

Safeguarding

Schools in the Parish

2022 & 2021 Income and Expenditure Accounts
About Us

Please see our Community Teams.

If you require assistance or would like to join any of these groups, please email the Firhouse Parish Office at: olmcfirhouseparish@gmail.com

Phone: 01 4524702

There is also an interesting piece on the history of Firhouse Parish and the Carmelite Sisters; and The Stations of The Cross carved by Imogen Stuart.

Prayer Space

Faith Supports and Useful Apps and Website Links

Song of the Week

A Reflection on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

“Nowhere on earth are you more welcome,
nowhere on earth are you more loved than by Jesus,
living and truly present in the most Blessed Sacrament.
The time you spend with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament,
is the best time you will spend on earth.
Each moment that you spend with Jesus,
will deepen your union with Him
and will make your soul everlastingly
more glorious and beautiful in heaven,
and will help bring about an everlasting peace on earth”

Saint Teresa of Calcutta (Mother Teresa)

Daily Prayer

Please visit the Pray As You Go website which offers a Daily Prayer each day. It also provides a wide range of prayer tools, music, readings and commentary, and other useful options which you might find helpful.