Carol Service 2016

On behalf of the Parish Team, we would like to thank all the school choirs and parish choirs for taking part in our Parish Carol Service on Tuesday the 13th of December.  Cabra West is full of amazing talent, with great singers and musicans.  It was a great success and each Carol brought us into the spirit of Christmas. We wish each and every one a Very Happy Christmas and may your New Year be filled with peace and Joy. For more photo's of the Parish Carol Service please check out our photo gallery. 

 

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Annual Mass for Deceased Parishioners 2016

cross with flowers Annual Mass for Deceased Parishioners Our Annual Mass for Deceased Parishioners will take place on Monday 7th November at 7.30 p.m. Invitations to all those families who lost a loved one throughout the year have been sent in the post. If you have lost a family member during the year but who’s funeral did not take place here in the Parish you can call to the Office and have them included on the night.

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Free Computer classes for Senior Citizens

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1.40-3.00pm

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01-8385282 

Spiritual Enrichment - Adult Education Certificate in Spirituality

The Adult Education Certificate in Spirituality is a two-year programme run in partnership with Lumen Dominican Centre, Blackrock.  Each year fourteen modules are covered which deal with Key issues in Spiritual Development. All in a relaxed and convivial enviroment. There are no exams and no prior learning is required. For more information please contact:

Anne Ryan, Adult Education Certificate in Spirituality, Lumen Dominican Centre, Sion Hill Campus, Blackrock. Co Dublin. 

Phone: 086 884 36 52 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Annual Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2016

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The Dublin Diocese takes two pilgrimages to Lourdes each year. The pilgrimage in September is one of the biggest events in the Diocese calendar and is lead by the
Archbishop. About 2,000 pilgrims travel from all over the Diocese. Of these, 180 are sick pilgrims staying at the Accueil Notre Dame which is ‘a place of welcome’ close to the Grotto and with many of the facilities of a modern hospital. Another 550 of the pilgrims are voluntary helpers, made up of nurses and doctors, male and female helpers, known as handmaids and brancardiers, and a team of chaplains. A further 200 young people assist as well in the care of the sick pilgrims and many of these are from secondary schools and colleges from around the Diocese. The balance of the pilgrimage is made up of Parish Groups and individuals from every corner of the Diocese.

This September from the 6th to the 12th, the Church of the Most Precious Blood and  Clontarf will be making their annuual Pilgrimage  to Lourdes, Lead by Fr. Michael O' Grady.