Notices

Celebration of Remembrance

  A celebration to remember all our loved ones who passed away in the last twelve months will be held on 27th November at 7:30pm. The service can be viewed on www.rathfarnhamparish.ie All welcome

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Welcome Fr. Michael

  Please see a photo of our new PP Fr Michael Murtagh with Fr Martin Cosgrove. Michael will not be moving in until the weekend So the only week day Mass is Wednesday a funeral Mass All anniversary intentions made will only be at the 10am Mass Wednesday. We we are also asking parishioners to...

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Level 3 COVID19 restrictions

  Level 3 Covid Restrictions Unfortunately as Dublin has been placed under level 3 restrictions, our church must close for religious services.  Only 25 can attend funerals Our church will remain open for private prayer each day from 10:30am until 6pm Mass is transmitted each day via webcam  Monday to Friday and Sunday at 10am...

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Support Services for Older and Vulnerable People

COVID-19 community supports are now in place to ensure vulnerable members of the community are reached and helped at this time. These comprise the local authority, Health Service Executive, County Champions, An Post, Community Welfare Service, An Garda Síochána, other State organisations, charities and other stakeholders. These Dedicated helplines are focused specifically on ensuring that...

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Coronavirus measures

In the current emergency, all are dispensed from the obligation to physically attend Sunday Mass. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin ♰   PUBLIC MASS IN THIS CHURCH IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  Mass will be transmitted Monday – Friday, and Sundays at 10AM via the Parish Website  https://www.ballyroanparish.ie/ballyroan-parish-live-video-link/   A number of other platforms broadcast daily Mass,...

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Calcutta trip – Coláiste Éanna

The bi-annual India Immersion Project sends pupils from Colaiste Eanna to Calcutta to volunteer in the city with a number of organisations and to immerse themselves in Indian culture. We are so proud of all our young men who fundraised, travelled and made a difference for the people they met. Alex and Sean share their...

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Spiritual Thought

  Parishioners and visitors can see a live reading of the Sunday readings on our  Facebook and Twitter pages at the weekend. You might like to share or show these to some family or neighbours who are not on social media. Facebook.com/Ballyroan.parish     Twitter.com/ballyroanparish  

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Mass Intentions

  God of all consolation, help us to comfort one another in our grief, finding light in time of darkness, and faith in time of doubt  Saturday 7.00pm    Sunday 10.00am John O’Keeffe (A), Nan Hanevy (MM), Betty & Eddie Molloy (A), Maura Gaffney (A), Tom Savage (A)   12.00pm    Monday 10.00am    Tuesday...

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Caring for one another

  Advice of the Irish Bishops in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus and Government Directives The following instructions take into consideration the new norms issued by the Irish government. It is likely that these restrictions will continue for some time after that. Instructions regarding the celebration of Holy Week will be issued in due course....

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The absence of Sunday Mass calls us to be spiritually creative

  Michael Kelly March 13, 2020     In the year 304, the Emperor Diocletian forbade Christians – on pain of death – from possessing the Scriptures, from gathering on Sundays to celebrate the Eucharist and from building places in which to hold their assemblies. In Abitene, a small village in present-day Tunisia, 49 Christians...

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