Calendar

Dec
5
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Dec
12
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Dec 12 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Dec
19
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Dec
26
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Jan
2
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Jan 2 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Jan
9
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Jan 9 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Jan
16
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Jan 16 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Jan
23
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Jan
30
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II

Feb
6
Sat
Zoom family rosary
Feb 6 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Come and join us to pray the Family Rosary from Rathfarnham parish on Zoom every Saturday evening at 6:00pm. The Family Rosary lasts for 20 minutes. It starts with a short two-minute video followed by the Rosary, which is led by parents and prayed by children from participating families. It’s a great opportunity to meet and pray the Rosary with families from different parts of the world.

 

To join the Zoom Family Rosary please follow the link: http://bit.ly/ZoomFamilyRosary

 

‘To pray the Rosary for children, and even more, with children, training them from their earliest years to experience this daily “pause for prayer”with the family, is admittedly not the solution to every problem, but it is a spiritual aid which should not be underestimated!’

St John Paul II