Dear Friends, Organizing this special event has not been easy this year. Indeed, there have been some necessary changes due to several factors least of all the Pandemic! Through it all there has been a lot of patience and understanding shown and I am grateful to those who have been encouraging the children and their […]
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You are all Invited to a Reception to say Farewell to Fr Bruce after the 10.30am Mass on Sunday 13th September. The Reception will be in the garden of Ampthill House (if wet in the Parish Hall).
JACKET LEFT – St Joseph’s Church UMBRELLA & BROWN ENVELOPE LEFT – Notre Dame Church SCARF LEFT – St Mary & St Michael School Hall (After the Befriender’s tea party) Please contact the Parish Office – Tel: 720196
Rosary for the Beatification of Edel Quinn Sunday 30th August at 2:00pm at St Joseph’s Church
Please note Monday 31st August is a Bank Holiday, there will be ONE MASS celebrated in St. Joseph’s at 10:00am.
The Parish will have an opportunity to say Farewell to Fr Bruce at the 10:30am Mass on Sunday 13th September followed by refreshments after Mass in the Presbytery Garden (or in the Hall in the event of bad weather). All most welcome.
Eucharistic Ministers and Readers at St. Joseph’s Church Rotas for the period 16th August – 4th October 2020 are available for collection from the folder on the table outside of the Sacristy. If you are unable to attend on the dates your name appears please call someone on the list to stand in for you. […]
Rosary for the beatification of Edel Quinn on Sunday 26th July at 2:00pm in St Joseph’s Church.
There is a defibrillator in the church, but this is of little use unless we have enough people who know how to use it in an emergency. Could anyone who would be willing to undergo training in how to use the defibrillator, or update their earlier training, please contact the parish office by Friday 24th […]
Please note limited access to Cordier Hill from Monday 20th July for approximately 6 weeks. The works will commence down the bottom end of Cordier Hill by the steps. Access still opened behind St. Joseph’s Church and La Couperderie car park.