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



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


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Weekly Mass Times in Firhouse Parish



6.00 pm Saturday Vigil Mass  (Congregational Singing)

9.30 am

11.00 am (Adult Choir September-June; Otherwise Congregational Singing) 


Working Holydays of Obligation

When a Working Holyday of Obligation falls on a Monday the Mass Times are:

10.00 am & 7.30 pm 


When a Working Holyday of Obligation falls on Tuesday to Saturday the Mass Times are:

7.30 pm (Vigil Mass) & 10.00 am


St. Patrick's Day - 17th March

7.30 pm Vigil  (If St. Patrick's Day is a Sunday 6.00 pm Vigil Mass; if St. Patrick's is a Monday, no Vigil Mass)

9.30 am & 11.00 am 



Monday & Wednesday - Saturday 10.00 am (Weekday Masses are subject to change as announced).

Prayer Service on Tuesdays instead of Mass unless it is a Holyday of Obligation

Eucharistic Adoration every Friday after 10.00 am Mass till 11.30 am

Miraculous Medal Novena every Monday after 10.00 am Mass.

Rosary for anyone interested Monday - Saturday after 10.00 am Mass.


Chalice with the Precious Blood for Holy Communion: 

Unfortunately for anyone with Gluten / Wheat Intolerance the reception of Holy Communion under the species of the Body of Christ (The Host) can have health side effects.

To facilitate anyone with Gluten / Wheat Intolerance we now have a separate Chalice with the Precious Blood (Wine) free from any particle of the Body of Christ (Host) available.