Children’s Liturgy Team

altThe Children’s Liturgy Team are a voluntary group who help prepare liturgical activities for the Children’s Liturgy which takes place at the 10.30 and 12 pm masses on Sundays.

They also promote the involvement of Parents and children involved in the First Holy Communion and Confirmation preparation programmes in an active way within the Liturgy and particularly during important celebrations e.g., Easter, Christmas.

If you would like to get involved as a voluntary member of the Children’s Liturgy Group please contact (01) 8213218 or email: pastoralcare@stmochtasparish.ie.

Celtic Journey with St Joseph

In response to Pope Francis' announcement of the Year of St. Joseph, Vox Hiberniae have put together a "A Celtic Journey with St. Joseph" celebrating St. Joseph's life with Harp, Voice and Strings. It will air on World Day of Refugees and Father's Day - Sunday 20th...

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Church Reopening for Public Mass

We are delighted that Public worship resumes from Monday, 10th May and we welcome the return of everyone. Present restrictions issued by HSE and Government:  We must keep a social spacing of 2 metres between each person (front, back, left and right).  Family members...

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Walk of Hope

Alan Brogan retired Dublin footballer undertakes a series of walks in support of isolated Irish people in Britain, a charity of the Irish Chaplaincy. Alan invited Fr Paul to join him in a walk in the Phoenix Park Sunday 25th April supporting this charity. The 5k walk...

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Trocáire Lenten Campaign 2021

Trócaire Lenten Campaign: Trócaire’s Lenten campaign for 2021, ‘Until Love Conquers Fear’, tells the stories of two families in South Sudan whose lives have been impacted by conflict. Awut and Ajak are shining examples of resilience, friendship and solidarity. This...

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Pope Francis proclaims 2021 as the “Year of St Joseph”

Reposted from Vatican News This year, with the Apostolic Letter “Patris corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has...

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