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Thursday 27th February 7.30 pm St. Peter's Church's Harry Clarke windows are well known but in fact the church is home to a whole series of works from different time periods inviting different responses. Renowned local artist Geraldine O'Neill will give her take on the pieces that catch her eye and help us re-view the familiar, drawing on her fresh insights.
January 24, 2020 died peacefully on the 24th January at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin. Deeply regretted by his nephews and nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces, relatives, friends, parishioners and his Vincentian Confreres.
The Altars to St. Peter and St. Paul have been set up as prayer spaces for Church Unity Week. Prayer will be recited daily at each altar for Unity with the Churches of the East and West.
Hospitality is a much needed virtue in our search for Christian unity. It calls us to a greater generosity to those in need. The people who showed unusual kindness to Paul and his companions did not yet know Christ. Our own Christian unity will be discovered not only through showing hospitality to one another, but also through loving encounters with those who do not share our language, culture or faith.
This is the text of Terry Kellaher's reflection for Nollaig na mBan 2020
The Nollaig na mBan event "A drink before you go" has raised €200 for the woman of Dochas centre. On behalf of all who contributed, Thank You!
The date of Easter 2020, and the other moveanble feasts of 2020
The cat saga moves foward. "Kitty" has now been placed with a reputable animal shelter and there are indications that she has been tagged. As soon as the chip has been scanned, (Monday, I imagine) we expect that she will be reunited with her owner. More news as we recieve it.
A small kitten with gray markings and red collar has taken sanctuary in St. Peter's. She has been contained but will need to be picked up soon as we have no facilities to care for her. Call 01 8389708 and dial extension 401 today, 4th Jan, if possible.
Evening prayer will take place to begin the traditional celebration of Women's Christmas or Nollaig na Man