Parish Mission Statement

Our Parish seeks to live as a family – supporting one another, open to all comers, building a community where each person feels wanted and cared for. To make this happen, we will work to grow in holiness through prayer and service and we will try to show God’s love in our daily lives. Ceremonies available on parish webcam.

Prayers + Readings on page 343 St. Paul Sunday Missal 2022 Cycle C

Your prayers are requested for the souls of those who died recently, and for   whose anniversary occurs around this time.



September Mass times and intentions

Saturday 3 September 2022

10 a.m. – Celebrant’s Intentions

5 p.m. – Madge & Steven Dedi  R.I.P. Ann, Ted & Sean McMahon R.I.P.

Esther & Michael O’Brien Anniversary

Alan Dixon 1st Anniversary

Michael Tynan Rec.  recently deceased


Sunday 4th September 2022

9.00 a.m. – Mary Dunne Recently Deceased

Michael Miley Rec. deceased

John McChrystal Rec. Deceased.                                                               

10.30. a.m. – Suzanne Nolan Walsh

 Maureen Keenan 1st Anniversary

Jim Balfe Months Mind

Niall Soden Recently Deceased

Eddie Ryan Recently Deceased

12 noon – Special intention  ( ordination )

Marie & Patrick Deegan Anniversary


 Monday 5th September 2022

10 a.m. – Special intention( 1st Mass )

Vincent Healy Recently deceased

Special Intention

The Holy Souls & Special Intention


Tuesday 6 September 2022

10.00 a.m.-Angela Connolly Rec. deceased

Donal Maloney recently deceased


Wednesday 7 September 2022

10.00 a.m.- Eamon Hession Rec. deceased


Thursday 8 September 2022

10.00 a.m. – Sylvester & Bridie O’Mahony & deceased

members of the O’Mahony & Moriarty families

Karen Whelan- anniversary


Friday 9 September 2022

10.00 a.m.- Paul Fox- recently deceased

Maureen Windsor - anniversary



Fr Byrne who is the Moderator of the Dublin Diocesan Curia and Chair of the Building Hope Pastoral Strategy Implementation Group has an article on Radical Renewal that can be found at Please read it.

Collections during Mass on Sundays/ Holydays - Dublin diocesan policy directs those two diocesan separate collections be taken up during the Mass- the First Collection for the priests of the parish and the diocese (Common Fund) after the homily and the Second Collection (Share Fund) after the intercessions. The Share collection is sometimes replaced by a special diocesan collection as announced.


Parish Support Fund- weekly donations-Your weekly donations (Voluntary Family Offering) are vital for the running expenses of the Parish. This Parish Fund is used to pay salaries, the bills for lighting, heating, insurance, repairs and general maintenance. Please put what you have been giving for the running of the Parish into the BLUE BUCKETS on the tables beside the doors either before or after Mass. Parish upkeep depends on this fund.

There are newly printed Standing Order Forms available on the tables near the church-door. if you would like to fill in one and return it to the office/ safe in the church when convenient. You have been very generous with your contributions to the parish upkeep fund. Thank you.


If interested in joining the Funeral Ministry Team, please contact one of the parish clergy.


The Season of Creation began on 1 September, the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and ends on 4 October, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology. This is the annual Christian celebration to listen and respond together to the cry of Creation. It is dear to Pope Francis’ heart. This year many Christian communities will unite around the theme, “Listen to the Voice of Creation.” In response to this here in the Parish of Holy Family we will have a Holy Hour in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament on each of the Fridays in September beginning Friday 2nd from 7 pm – 8 pm. Please come along and join with the Parish Environmental Group to place before the Lord our concerns and worries for the world and all the creatures that inhabit it. 


PATHWAYS: EXPLORING FAITH AND MINISTRY Application is now open for the next intake of participants for Pathways. The programme, run by the Dublin Archdiocese, begins this year on Thursday, September 29, in DCU St Patrick’s Campus. Places are limited so early application is advisable. Pathways is a two-year, one evening a week course, for adults of all ages who wish to explore their faith. It runs from late September to May each year, with breaks for Christmas, Easter, and mid-terms. There are no exams and no written work. The only requirement is an openness to listening to others and to participate. The cost is €400 per year which may be paid in instalments throughout the year, visit or contact Pathways director Eileen Houlahan, CHF, PhD, at 01 8087594 or



Letter is available from the Lourdes Pilgrimage Office about this year’s pilgrimage (which takes place from September 7 to 12), the office’s new address, and associate membership. Associate Membership in the parish collected €1,275  for the Lourdes fund this year, thanks to Margaret in the shop.



The Synthesis of the Consultation in Ireland for the Diocesan Stage of the Universal Synod 2021 – 2023 has been published. Dr Nicola Brady, chair of the Steering Committee for the Irish Synodal Pathway, said: “The strong sense of shared responsibility that has guided our synodal process so far, from the local to the national level, has been a great encouragement. It is hoped that this will continue to motivate us to develop our skills of deep listening and discernment, as we reflect on the significance of our national synthesis, and the different voices of the church around the world, asking what God wants of us in light of what we have heard.” Click Here to access Synthesis Document.