Covid-19 Update (October 21st)


The Government advice is that from 22nd October, “religious services can proceed without capacity limits but with all other protective measures remaining in place”. We are taking a gradual and cautious approach as our priority is to ensure the health, safety and comfort of all those who come to our Church for Mass and private prayer.

From the 22nd October the protective measures that will be in place in our Church are:

Mask wearing and the use of hand sanitising gel will continue.

Every second seat will remain cordoned off and there will be social distancing of 1 metre from other individuals or family groups.

The seats will be marked at 1 metre intervals.

Sanitising of the church after each Mass will continue.

Stewards will be on hand to assist and guide Mass goers.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Fr Damian McNeice, P.P. 

The Mass times continue to be as follows:

Monday to Friday: 10am
Saturday Vigil Mass: 6.30pm
Sunday Masses: 9.30am, 11am and 12.30pm

We will continue to take measures to ensure your safety when attending the church.

The parish office is open as usual from Monday to Friday from 9 to 12:30. Face masks must be worn at all times in the office and one person may enter at a time.

You can also contact the parish secretary on (01) 8208112 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Arrangements for baptism ceremonies will be made in due course. Please contact the Parish Office..

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