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Feast of the Immaculate Conception 8th December

Mass for the 8th December

Tuesday 7th December:        7.30 pm Vigil Mass

Wednesday 8th December:  7.30 am and 10.00 am (Mass at 10.00 will be a funeral Mass).

Christmas Mass Schedule

Friday 24th December:        6.00 pm and 9.00 pm

Saturday 25th December:    8.45 am, 10.15 am and 12.00 noon

Sunday 26th December:       8.45 am, 10.15 am and 12.00 noon

Change to Weekend Mass Schedule

From 28th November – the first Sunday of Advent

Mon – Sat:             10.00 am

Sat. Vigil Mass:      6.00 pm

Sunday:                  8.45 am, 10.15 am & 12 noon

For Advent and Christmas

Tarsus Scripture School is offering a programme entitled “A Child is Born for us.” It includes one online seminar, one online meditation and six presentations (using Vimeo). The charge is €20 per household / community.

For more information and to register on line, go to www.tarsusscriptureschool.ie

For Advent and Christmas 2021

Tarsus Scripture School is offering a programme entitled “A Child is Born for us.” It includes one online seminar, one online meditation and six presentations (using Vimeo). The charge is €20 per household / community.

For more information and to register on line, go to www.tarsusscriptureschool.ie

 

Change to Mass Schedule

From 28th November – the first Sunday of Advent

 

Mon – Sat:             10.00 am

Sat. Vigil Mass:     6.00 pm

Sunday:                  8.45 am, 10.15 am & 12 noon

Message from Fr. Liam

Dia dhíbh go léir!

I would like to introduce myself to parishioners and others who visit this website. My name is Liam Lacey and I have been appointed by Archbishop Dermot Farrell as Parish Priest of Dalkey in succession to Fr. Paddy Devitt. Fr. Paddy has retired and I would like to wish him good health and many more years to enjoy his retirement.

I come to Dalkey having previously served in many parishes over the years. My most recent

Diocesan Synodal Pathway

DIOCESAN SYNODAL PATHWAY

October 2021 – April 2022

Context

In his homily of the 3rd June 2021 the Archbishop reminded us of the context we find ourselves in as we are invited to embark upon a synodal pathway. This context is one of an ever-changing Church in an ever-changing world. 

Read more or see www.dublindiocese.ie

“The Church centred around the monasteries of early medieval Ireland was replaced by the diocesan Church.  When one studies the history of the Church

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