Please see current and recent Announcements below
Application / Request Form for First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion 2021
Archdiocese of Dublin – Message from Archbishop Dermot Farrell
2021 Sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation
Coronavirus – New Level 5 Restrictions now in operation from 26 December 2020
No Public Mass
There is no Public Mass at present. Mass schedule is the same as normal except for the 9.30 am Mass on Sunday while the Government Directive of no Public Mass is in place.
Mass Times until further notice:
- Monday – Saturday 10 am / Prayer Service on Tuesdays;
- Sunday Vigil Mass on Saturdays at 6 pm, and Sunday Morning Mass at 11.30 am.
- Monday – Thursday 10.40a.m. (Approx) to 12 Noon
- Saturday 10.40a.m. (Approx) to 11.30 a.m.
- Sunday 12.30pm to 1pm.
Face Covering & Social distancing required. Please use the main entrance to the Church.
Wednesday 7 pm to 8 pm – online only
The series have become popular for the interesting talks given by both clerics and layfolk, now available on YouTube.
One to be recommended in the ‘Year of St. Joseph’, is an interesting insight into this beloved but silent father figure: ‘Blessed Be St Joseph, Her Most Chaste Spouse.’
A very Happy Easter to all our parishioners, Fellow Christians over Eastertime, especially during the Coronavirus (Covid – 19) Pandemic.
May the message of Easter bring fresh hope and faith in the Risen Lord.
Thank You to all who have returned their Easter Dues / Offerings so far. Dues / Offerings may be left into Presbytery 1, the Parish Office or the boxes inside the Doors of the Church.
Easter Dues / Offering envelopes are available on the tables inside the doors of the Church.
Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Financial support of Priests working in Dublin Parishes, and retired or sick Diocesan Priests, is the First Collection at Weekend & Holiday Masses, Christmas & Easter Offerings (Dues) and Offerings given to the Priest / Parish at Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals; and is known as the ‘Common Fund’ here in the Dublin Diocese.Thankfully, we in our parish have live steaming, where you can partake in the Masses celebrated by Webcam. The Firhouse Parish Website has a facility for you to contribute if you wish. Please go to www.firhouseparish.ie and click the ‘Donate’ button on the Home Page. There you will be given a choice.You may also contribute now by using the special ‘double’ envelopes on the Missalette Tables and at the Collection boxes around the Church. All envelopes may be placed in those boxes including the ‘Family Offering’. Envelopes may also be left into Presbytery 1, or the Parish Office.I thank you for your support and generosity. May the Lord Bless and protect you.With every good wish.Fr Peter.
Word on Fire
Proclaiming Christ in the Culture
The content on the Word on Fire website is very extensive and the site is certainly worth a visit.
Click here to visit our Faith Supports page.
Need help during the covid restrictions?
If you are elderly, self-isolating or disabled you may not be able to get out for necessary supplies. We have volunteers who are willing to help.
If you need help please contact the parish office at: 01 – 452 4702 with your name, address and phone number.
The Holy Father Pope Francis presided over an extraordinary global celebration (Statio orbis) of prayer on 27 March 2020.
The Holy Father’s address is called URBI ET ORBI. It is very unusual for this to happen. URBI ET ORBI normally only happens at Easter and Christmas. More information.