“St. Mochta’s is a young and developing faith community, which is conscious of its proud and ancient history, and seeks to be a welcoming and spirited Parish in the service of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
Re-opening our Church to Full Capacity
A message from Fr Paul: The good news is that we continue to ease restrictions and I am delighted to say we are now able to return to ‘full capacity’ in the church from this weekend. We welcome the return of everyone, and with the ongoing support of our stewards, will...
Remarks by Archbishop Dermot Farrell on the occasion of the Launch of the Pastoral Letter.
The Cry of the Earth--The Cry of the Poor: The Climate Catastrophe—Creation’s Call Urgent Call for Change - An Tairseach Ecology Centre, 12th October 2021 The Greatest issue facing humanity The long-term character of what's involved in climate change and loss...
Extract from Pope Francis’s message on World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly – Sunday 25th July
Pope Francis has established a World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, which will take place for the first time on Sunday 25 July 2021 on the theme ‘I am with you always’ (Mt 28:20). An extract from Pope Francis's message for Grandparents Day. ‘Even at the...
Welcome to the parish of St Mochta’s. If you are a new parishioner or just visiting, you are very welcome and we, the existing community, hope you feel at home. If you are new to the parish please make yourself known to Fr Paul and he looks forward to meeting you. St Mochta’s Parish invites you to register with the parish by filling out a parish registration form which you can download here or it is available at the back of the church.
To register with our Parish please download the form, complete and return to the Parish Office.