Church of St. Laurence O'Toole, Kilmacud

Commitment Ceremony – for the girls in 6th Class in St Raphaela’s

Sunday 7th March at 11.30am – via webcam We warmly welcome the girls and their families to join us online for this Mass. They will make a commitment to help at home, at school and in the community as they

The winter tree – Fr. Joe

Just outside my kitchen window, a bare tree stands. I see it there each morning at my first prayers of each Lenten day. While it is in the deep slumber of winter, with not a single leaf showing, it welcomes

A CULTURE OF CARE: ANSWERING THE CALL TO CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME

with JANE MELLETT Trócaire | Laudato Si’ Working Group March: 2nd, 16th, and 23rd Time: 8 pm (Dublin time) Zoom details: Please contact: ta.info.irl@gmail.com Brochure: Culture of Care – INVITATION

A list of online Talks during Lent – all are very welcome!

Tuesday Evenings A CULTURE OF CARE: ANSWERING THE CALL TO CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME with JANE MELLETT Trócaire | Laudato Si’ Working Group March: 2nd, 16th, and 23rd Time: 8 pm (Dublin time) Zoom details: Please contact: ta.info.irl@gmail.com Brochure:

Online Rosary every Thursday @8:15 pm

Legion Of Mary Online Rosary Thursday at 8:15 pm (via Zoom)   Meeting ID 847 609 5920 (pw 811527)

Carmel Retreat Online for Lent 2021

Lent with St. Teresa of Avila   www.retreat-online.karmel.at

Our Lenten Journey – Fr. Joe

Depending on how much radio you listen too, you may or may not have heard various commentators talking about Lent over the airways this year. Some suggested that there is no need to give up anything, this has been a

LENTEN “TALKS ON THURSDAYS”

Mount Merrion Parish Pastoral Council invites you to join their 2021 series of Lenten talks. First Talk: Thursday 25th February @ 8pm (via zoom) Speaker: Rev. Gary Chamberland C.S.C. Director of the Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith and Reason, University

Commitment Ceremony – for the boys in 6th Class in St Laurence’s BNS

Sunday 21st February at 11.30am (webcam) We warmly welcome the boys and their families to join us online for this Mass. They will make a commitment to help at home, at school and in the community as they continue on

Evening Relaxation with the Lord

Lent 2021 Evening Relaxation with the Lord – Lent 2021

A Celtic Lenten Journey – Harp, Voice and Violin

Kerrie O’Connor and Sarah Lane (from Balally parish) have organised a series in Avila Carmelite Centre Donnybrook for Lent. The first part will air on Ash Wednesday at 7pm but can be viewed anytime after that from this link.

Recorded message by Archbishop Dermot Farrell to the parents of children due to receive the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation this year.

Please find below the link to a recorded message by Archbishop Dermot Farrell to the parents of children due to receive the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation this year. It expresses to them and to parish communities the

Ash Wednesday – Fr. Joe

Lenten Reflection Mount Merrion Parish

“Remember thou are but dust and onto dust you will return.” With these words, and the marking of our foreheads with black dust, from old palms, we embark on a journey of 40 days in preparation for Easter, our annual

Apostolic Letter from Pope Francis on St Joseph

With the Apostolic Letter “Patris corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed 2021, a “Year

Let Spring lift your Spirits – Fr. Joe

Sometimes a handful of pencils are held together with a couple of rubber bands, making a neat and tidy bundle. I thought someone had left me a gift of nice shiny green pencils, sitting on the letterbox, when I arrived

Mary of Sorrows, Queen of Peace – Fr. Joe

Coming back from Glasnevin cemetery during the week I drove down East Wall Road towards Dublin Port. There were a number of Garda cars parked on the road, flashing blue lights, and part of the road was coned off. I

Our universal prayer for Christian Unity – Fr. Joe

On Wednesday afternoon, around the time that President Joe Biden was addressing the nation from the steps of the Capitol building on the topic of national unity, we were gathered in the Carmelite Convent praying for Christian Unity. The programme

Catholic Schools Week 2021: 24 − 31 January 2021

Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith and Resilience https://www.catholicbishops.ie/2021/01/12/resources-for-catholic-schools-week-2021/

18th – 25th January Week of Prayer for Christian Unit

From the Carmelites, Kilmacud It was the great desire of Jesus, the night before his Passion and Death, that all his disciples be united as one, and each year from 18-25th January, the Church prays in particular for this desire

Bringing the compassion of Christ – Fr. Joe

In my extended family, we are 63 cousins, children of 8 families. Of these 9 were adopted as children and we all grew up together as cousins and shared the same grandparents. During this week, I have been very mindful