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Pope Francis is passionate about Jesus Christ and passionate about the Word of God. By inviting us to read the Word of God for ourselves, he hopes to help us all encounter Christ and catch again the energy and vision of the very first believers. “The Bible is not...

‘Welcome Mass for Fr Joe’

A special Mass of Welcome is being held on Sunday 26th January at the 11:15 Mass. This is an opportunity for us to extend a warm welcome through prayer to welcome our new Parish Priest Fr Joe Mullan. Please join us in joyful welcome of Fr Joe as he commences his...

Pope Francis

When Jesus stepped into the waters of the Jordan and was baptised by John the Baptist, He did so not because He was in need repentance, or conversion: He did it to be among people who need forgiveness, among us sinners, and to take upon himself, the burden of our sins.

This is my Son, the Beloved; my favour rests on him.’

With the feast of the Epiphany ending the main season of Christmastide, we come this Sunday to the Baptism of the Lord. Today we consider the adult Jesus, his identity and his mission. We are encouraged in the First Reading to see Jesus in the person of the Servant of...

CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME

CHRISTMAS EVE: Tuesday 24th December 4.00pm: ‘HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS’ 6.00pm: Vigil Mass for the Nativity 7.30pm: Youth Mass for the Nativity 9.30pm: Christmas Carols Senior Choir 10.00pm: Christmas Night Mass Senior Choir CHRISTMAS DAY: Wednesday 25th DECEMBER 10.00am:...

Notice

The Parish Office will be closed from Tuesday 24th December to Thursday 2nd January. Blessed Sacrament Chapel closes 23rd December 6.00pm – reopening Friday 27th – 3rd January until 5.00pm

ADVENT

The word Advent comes from the Latin adventus, meaning “arrival” or “coming” from the word advenire (ad- “to” venire “come”). Advent marks the start of a season of preparation that looks forward to the celebration of Christmas and the second coming of Christ. It is a...

ADVENT RECONCILIATION SERVICE

7.30pm Monday 16th December Church of St Thérèse Mount Merrion Parishes of Mount Merrion, Kilmacud & Clonskeagh. All welcome

This week we warmly welcome Fr Joe Mullan our new parish priest. As a faith community, we look forward to journeying with Fr Joe and with the parish communities of Kilmacud and Clonskeagh. Welcome Fr Joe! May God bless you in your new ministry.

As we welcome Fr Joe Mullan this week, we also take the opportunity to thank Fr Brian, Fr Clement, Fr Ray and the many other priests who helped in the parish in recent times. We also thank the Parish Office team and the very many volunteers who continued in their...