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



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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Used Stamps


Put your stamp on the foreign missions:  The Carmelite Fathers in our neighbouring Parish, Knocklyon, collect used stamps for their missions.  Please collect yours and drop them into the Parish Office.



Copper Collection


Can you Help?:  "Take care of the pennies (or cents) and the pounds (or Euro) will take care of themselves."  To help Parish finances painlessly why not bring loose copper coins that are gathering (and gathering dust) in your home to the Parish Office or Sacristy for our Copper Coin Collection any time.  Thank you.





Used Cans


Can you Help?   Many thanks to those who continue to drop cans into the driveway of 66 Monalea Wood.  The money raised goes to the most needy in 3rd world countries.  You can now include tin cans (including biscuit tins etc.)



Charities Links


The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Ireland SVP 


Trócaire | Irish Charity Working for a Just World


Concern Worldwide: dedicated to reducing suffering and eliminating extreme poverty


Dublin Samaritans