St Peter's Church

Phibsborough

Parish News

HOLY WEEK

Palm Sunday 10th April:

Blessing of Palms and Proclamation of the Passion at all Masses

Confessions:

Monday 11th – Wednesday 13th April from 11.00am

 

Holy Thursday 14th April from 11.00am

 

Good Friday 15th April after Stations of the Cross at 12.00pm and again after                            Celebration of the Passion at 3.00pm

 

Holy Saturday 16th April after Morning Prayer until 4.00pm

 

Holy Thursday 14th April:

10.30am Morning Prayer of the Church

7.30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by [...]

Palm Sunday 10th April:

Blessing of Palms and Proclamation of the Passion at all Masses

Confessions:

Monday 11th – Wednesday 13th April from 11.00am

 

Holy Thursday 14th April from 11.00am

 

Good Friday 15th April after Stations of the Cross at 12.00pm and again after                            Celebration of the Passion at 3.00pm

 

Holy Saturday 16th April after Morning Prayer until 4.00pm

 

Holy Thursday 14th April:

10.30am Morning Prayer of the Church

7.30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by [...]

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Pilgrimage to Knock (4 night stay)

Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine & Co. Mayo – Parishes within the Archdiocese of Dublin

KNOCK PILGRIMAGES are organising a fully escorted pilgrimage to Knock Shrine, 21st February 2022. €549.00 per person sharing. Price includes return bus transfer from Dublin, 4 nights in Knock House Hotel with Full Board. All entertainment and excursions. Wheelchair accessible rooms. Single supplement €60.00.

To book contact Patricia on 087 1890 236 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com.

BUS DETAILS:

PICK UP LOCATIONS  TO BE ADVISED ON ENQUIRY

 

Monday 21st February 2022

Early afternoon bus [...]

Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine & Co. Mayo – Parishes within the Archdiocese of Dublin

KNOCK PILGRIMAGES are organising a fully escorted pilgrimage to Knock Shrine, 21st February 2022. €549.00 per person sharing. Price includes return bus transfer from Dublin, 4 nights in Knock House Hotel with Full Board. All entertainment and excursions. Wheelchair accessible rooms. Single supplement €60.00.

To book contact Patricia on 087 1890 236 or email knockpilgrimages@gmail.com.

BUS DETAILS:

PICK UP LOCATIONS  TO BE ADVISED ON ENQUIRY

 

Monday 21st February 2022

Early afternoon bus [...]

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South Transcept Repairs

Restoration work on the South Transcept of the Church is now complete. This scheme of work involved the removal of all the cresting along the entire length of the apex of the roof as well as the aprons which hold the cresting in place. Much of the ironwork in both cresting and aprons had rusted and could become hazardous.

 

The cresting along the apex of all the rooves of the Church is decorative but as part of the structure and embellishment [...]

Restoration work on the South Transcept of the Church is now complete. This scheme of work involved the removal of all the cresting along the entire length of the apex of the roof as well as the aprons which hold the cresting in place. Much of the ironwork in both cresting and aprons had rusted and could become hazardous.

 

The cresting along the apex of all the rooves of the Church is decorative but as part of the structure and embellishment [...]

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Vacancy – Part-time Sacristan

The Parish of St Peter’s Phibsborough is currently recruiting a part-time Sacristan.

Role: to provide a high level of support to the parish priest and parish team in the running of the Church at weekends (Saturday/Sunday) and on Monday evenings.

Main duties

Preparing the Altar and Sanctuary for Mass and other liturgical services e.g. Baptisms, Funerals, Weddings, and assisting where necessary. Opening and closing the Church at agreed times and general security awareness. Ensuring that the Church is maintained to a high standard, including daily [...]

The Parish of St Peter’s Phibsborough is currently recruiting a part-time Sacristan.

Role: to provide a high level of support to the parish priest and parish team in the running of the Church at weekends (Saturday/Sunday) and on Monday evenings.

Main duties

Preparing the Altar and Sanctuary for Mass and other liturgical services e.g. Baptisms, Funerals, Weddings, and assisting where necessary. Opening and closing the Church at agreed times and general security awareness. Ensuring that the Church is maintained to a high standard, including daily [...]

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ASH WEDNESDAY

Lent begins today (Wednesday, 17th February).  Mass on Ash Wednesday will be live-streamed at 10.30am.  As it is not possible to distribute blessed ashes directly, ashes will be blessed at this Mass and will be available in individual containers in the Church for people to take home with them for themselves and immediate family living with them.  As you place the blessed ashes on your forehead in the sign of the cross, you might say the following:  Lord, turn my heart to you, [...]

Lent begins today (Wednesday, 17th February).  Mass on Ash Wednesday will be live-streamed at 10.30am.  As it is not possible to distribute blessed ashes directly, ashes will be blessed at this Mass and will be available in individual containers in the Church for people to take home with them for themselves and immediate family living with them.  As you place the blessed ashes on your forehead in the sign of the cross, you might say the following:  Lord, turn my heart to you, [...]

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Update Regarding Move to Level 5

Further to the Government announcement regarding the move to Level 5, the following Religious Service restrictions apply:

Religious Services:

Christmas religious services may take place up to and including the 25thDecember 2020 With effect from the 26thDecember 2020 Religious services will move online   Places of worship may remain open for private prayer – 

Funerals •    With effect from the 24th December 2020 up to 10 mourners can attend Weddings •    Up to and including 2nd January 2021, up to 25 guests can attend a wedding ceremony [...]

Further to the Government announcement regarding the move to Level 5, the following Religious Service restrictions apply:

Religious Services:

Christmas religious services may take place up to and including the 25thDecember 2020 With effect from the 26thDecember 2020 Religious services will move online   Places of worship may remain open for private prayer – 

Funerals •    With effect from the 24th December 2020 up to 10 mourners can attend Weddings •    Up to and including 2nd January 2021, up to 25 guests can attend a wedding ceremony [...]

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Christmas Liturgy

Confessions

Sunday 20th December

After all Masses

Monday 21st – Wednesday 23rd December

After all Masses

Thursday 24th December

11.00am – 3.00pm

 

Mass Schedule

 

Sunday 20th December

Fourth Sunday of Advent

Vigil 6.30pm / 8.00am / 10.00am / 11.30am

 

Monday 21st December

10.30am

7.00pm Miraculous Medal Novena Mass

 

Tuesday 22nd December

10.30am

 

Wednesday 23rd December

10.30am

 

Thursday 24th December

Christmas Eve

10.30am

Vigils 4.00pm / 6.00pm / 8.00pm

 

Friday 25th December The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ 8.00am / 10.00am / 11.30am  

Saturday 26th December

St Stephen, First Martyr

10.30am

 

Sunday 27th December

The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph

Vigil 6.30pm / 8.00am [...]

Confessions

Sunday 20th December

After all Masses

Monday 21st – Wednesday 23rd December

After all Masses

Thursday 24th December

11.00am – 3.00pm

 

Mass Schedule

 

Sunday 20th December

Fourth Sunday of Advent

Vigil 6.30pm / 8.00am / 10.00am / 11.30am

 

Monday 21st December

10.30am

7.00pm Miraculous Medal Novena Mass

 

Tuesday 22nd December

10.30am

 

Wednesday 23rd December

10.30am

 

Thursday 24th December

Christmas Eve

10.30am

Vigils 4.00pm / 6.00pm / 8.00pm

 

Friday 25th December The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ 8.00am / 10.00am / 11.30am  

Saturday 26th December

St Stephen, First Martyr

10.30am

 

Sunday 27th December

The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph

Vigil 6.30pm / 8.00am [...]

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Donations & Parish Contributions

Sincere thanks for your support to the running costs of the Church throughout the months of the pandemic and for your regular Sunday offerings. Although income has declined considerably throughout the year we are very grateful for all your gestures and generous efforts to support the Church. All who use the parish envelopes, 60% of you would have received new boxes. If you haven’t received yours or you are new to the parish and wish to receive a [...]

Sincere thanks for your support to the running costs of the Church throughout the months of the pandemic and for your regular Sunday offerings. Although income has declined considerably throughout the year we are very grateful for all your gestures and generous efforts to support the Church. All who use the parish envelopes, 60% of you would have received new boxes. If you haven’t received yours or you are new to the parish and wish to receive a [...]

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Annual Remembrance Mass

The Vincentian Community and St Peter’s Parish invite you, your family and friends to join with us via live-stream for our 

Annual Mass of Remembrance Sunday, 15 November at 10.30am

when we call to mind our loved ones who have died during the past year

www.churchservices.tv/phibsboro or www.stpetersphibsboro.ie/live-stream

 

 

 

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In November We Remember

The month of November is always a special time to remember loved ones who have died, particularly in the past 12 months. We think of family members, friends and neighbours. We remember with gratitude the love they shared with us and the many sacrifices they made for us. If you would like to have your loved ones prayed for please take one of the lists and envelopes at each of the Church doors and write down the names of your deceased [...]

The month of November is always a special time to remember loved ones who have died, particularly in the past 12 months. We think of family members, friends and neighbours. We remember with gratitude the love they shared with us and the many sacrifices they made for us. If you would like to have your loved ones prayed for please take one of the lists and envelopes at each of the Church doors and write down the names of your deceased [...]

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