News

Gathering a History of 130 Years

On the 1st June 1890, the first sod was turned to mark the beginning of the construction of St. Mochta’s Parish Church. In 1890 our parish population was small and intimate when everyone knew everyone. In 2020 we have 6,000 homes and ongoing building that creates a...

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St Mochta’s Family Funday 2018

This year’s Parish Picnic Funday will be held on Saturday 29th September so gather friends and family for some great summers day fun. Thanks to the generosity of Luttrellstown Castle & Golf Club, St Mochta's Family Funday will be held once again in the grounds of the...

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Activities at the Parish Centre Autumn 2018

Activities at the Parish Centre  SUNDAYS COFFEE DOCK:  after 12 mass for Welcoming Weekend. MONDAYS    MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESSED REDUCTION (MBSR) - 8-week course beginning 1st October 20187 pm to 9.30pm Places limited, for more information please contact Niamh at...

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Want to explore more about your Faith?

Pathways: An adult Faith Development Programme in Clonliffe College, Dublin 3. Pathways is a two-year one night a week course for adults who wish to explore their faith. For more information phone 01 8379253 www.evangelisation.ie or see poster at the back of the...

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Crosscare Services

Please see some of Crosscare Services and download their February newsletter here for more details: ·        ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) ·        Traveller Counselling Service – Information Morning and Presentation ·        Carer Support...

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Parents don’t lose the head!!

Don’t Lose the Head  is a workshop for parents run by Crosscare. Crosscare is offering workshops for parents who would like to communicate effectively with their children  around drug & alcohol issues.  It’s free of charge and all participants receive a free book on...

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Child Protection Policy Update

The Archdiocese of Dublin, as a constituent member of the Catholic Church in Ireland, recognises and upholds the dignity and rights of all children, is committed to ensuring their safety and well-being and will work in partnership with parents/ guardians to do this....

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Becoming A Catholic?

BECOMING A CATHOLIC?:  Are you or someone you know interested in finding out more about the Christian Faith and the Catholic Church.  If so please contact Fr. John after Mass or make enquiries to the Parish Office. We will begin our preparation for Adults  wishing to...

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