Firhouse Parish

Parish Contacts

Parish Priest

Fr Peter Reilly

Presbytery 1

1 Ballycullen Avenue

Firhouse  Dublin 24

Phone: (01) 4599855

Mobile in case of emergencies:

087 9746831

Email:

pjrfirhouseparish@gmail.com

Sacristan

Hugh McCahill

Parish Secretary

Jackie Martin

Assistant to Secretary 

Ann Murphy

Parish Office

Ballycullen Avenue, Firhouse, Dublin 24.

Monday - Friday

9.30.a.m. - 4.00.p.m.

Phone: (01) 4524702


Email:

olmcfirhouseparish@gmail.com

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/Firhouse Parish/

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This website is currently being updated so please be patient till we get it right.  In the meantime, below you will see samples of upcoming or ongoing parish and local events, activities and services and the menu on the left will give you access to a lot of useful information about our parish.

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Welcome to the Parish of Firhouse'

CÉAD MÍLE FÁILTE

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A warm welcome to all, especially to those who have moved into our parish in recent times.

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Within its outer walls, our mostly glass church with its surrounding seasonal gardens is an oasis of quiet, "far from the madding crowd."  Here, people can come into the presence of Jesus, alone or with others, to pray, to worship, to prepare for or celebrate sacraments, to commemorate those who have died, or to simply sit in peace before the tabernacle.  This is an awesome privilege.  In the hustle and bustle of modern life with its non-stop noise of traffic, machinery, computers, phones, radio, television, shops, sport and even conversation, it's nice to know that in this sacred space, prayer gets priority and the Lord is always here for us.

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to go to Mass Times (click here)                            to go to Stations of the Cross by Imogen Stuart (click here)

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to go to Prayer Space (click here)                         to go to Safeguarding (click here)

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