“Religious services and weddings can proceed without capacity limits but with all other protective measures remaining in place”
This is a very positive measure; however it is imperative that all other COVID-19 protective measures remain in place in order to protect all members of our communities/congregations. We have increased our capacity but still have a row between pews. We ask you to spread out as much as possible and those experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should not attend. Continue to sanitise on entry and departure, wear masks and social distancing insofar as possible.
All Saints Day – Monday 1st November.
Mass times 9.25am and 6pm evening.
Holy Souls Novena 2-10 November
Monday – Friday 9.25am
Saturday 9.25am, 3.30pm and 6pm
Sunday 10.3am and 12noon
For those who passed away November 2020 – November 2021
7.30pm Friday November 5th
They walk beside us every day
Unseen, unheard but always near
Still loved, still missed
And very dear
Following the recent government announcement on Reframing the Challenge, continuing our Recovery and Reconnecting of new public health measures all religious ceremonies can proceed with up to 50% of church capacity while still being subject to appropriate protective measures including social distancing between household groups, wearing of face coverings, sanitisation on entry and exit and good ventilation.
Since churches re-opened for public worship in June 2020 we are indebted to the voluntary support of church stewards, those who clean and sanitise churches, parish ministries and church personnel who have worked so hard with yourselves to ensure that we could joyfully and safely gather for public worship.
We will continue to need this support so that our churches are safe for people to gather while we attend to the ongoing requirements of Reframing the Challenge in the following aspects:
- Physical Distancing: Maintenance of physical distance between household groups in line with agreed capacity limits of 50%. Separated pods within the church are no longer required.
- Face Coverings: Continued application of current mask wearing requirements.
- Ventilation: Ventilation remains a core component of our covid response in churches.
We are happy to say these ceremonies are taking place and thanks to all our schools and parents/guardians for their outstanding co-operation.
Attendance at a Funeral Mass now follows the same guideline as other Masses.
Please contact the office or email to arrange. Attendances at Baptism is limited to 20.
Monday – Saturday 9.25am.
Saturday 3.30pm (ticket only – tickets available at 9.25am weekday Mass), 6pm
Sunday 10.30am and 12 noon
Anniversary Mass changed to 3.30pm on Saturday – this Mass will be ticket only.
The tickets for Mass on Saturday 15th May available at weekday 9.25am Mass from May 10th and from May 15th onwards at the weekly 3.30pm Mass.
Names to be submitted by 12 noon on Saturday by phone (021) 4311244 or by email [email protected].
All government guidelines will be put in place.
Please sanitize your hands, wear a face covering and maintain social distance.
Please follow the signage that has been installed in the church.
Our church will have an outdoor audio system in place and Holy Communion will be distributed at church doors for people unable to enter the church building.
Masses will continue to be live-streamed.
Welcome to the website for our Parish. Hopefully you will find this website useful for information about what is happening in our Parish. If you have any queries, please phone (021) 4311244 or email [email protected].