Reflection

Jesus has not gone up, up, and away, but rather more deeply into our world.

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Mass Times

St Patrick’s Church

Sundays: Saturday Vigil 7.00 pm, 9.00 am, 10.30, 12.00 noon

Holy Days: Vigil 7.00 pm, 10.00 am, 12.00 noon

Weekdays: Monday to Saturday 10 a.m.
(Evening Mass during Lent in St Mary’s 7.30pm)

Sacrament of Reconciliation: after Saturday morning and evening Mass

Eucharistic Adoration: Saturday 5.00 – 6.20 p.m.

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Notices

Christians of Africa, witnesses for peace

Pope Francis’ prayer intentions for May 2017


Africa is a continent full of life, with a great cultural and religious patrimony. We cannot abandon it. Let us join our voices to the voice of the African peoples. “When we look at Africa, we see much more than its great natural richness.
We see its joie de vivre, and above all,

Ecumenical Bible Week – June 2017

Ecumenical Bible Week 2017, June 4-11

This year the programme honours the fifth centenary of the Reformation and you can see the details by clicking on this link: http://www.bibleweek.ie. 

9 June, 2.00-5.00 pm; Holy Cross Diocesan Centre, Clonliffe.

“The Joint Declaration on Justification: its significance

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Welcome to Our Parish

We here in the Parish of St Patricks – Esker/Dodsboro/Adamstown wish to welcome you to our Parish website. We the Catholic community welcome all newcomers to the area. Our vision is ecumenical and we offer a wide variety of ministries and services, that may interest you or your family.

Mass Times

Sundays: Saturday Vigil 7.00 pm, 9.00 am, 10.30, 12.00 noon

Holy Days: Vigil 7.00 pm, 10.00 am, 12.00 noon

Weekdays: Monday to Saturday 10 a.m.
(Evening Mass during Lent in St Mary’s 7.30pm)

Sacrament of Reconciliation: after Saturday morning and evening Mass

Eucharistic Adoration: Saturday 5.00 – 6.20 p.m.

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Notices

Christians of Africa, witnesses for peace

Pope Francis’ prayer intentions for May 2017


Africa is a continent full of life, with a great cultural and religious patrimony. We cannot abandon it. Let us join our voices to the voice of the African peoples. “When we look at Africa, we see much more than its great natural richness.
We see its joie de vivre, and above all,

Ecumenical Bible Week – June 2017

Ecumenical Bible Week 2017, June 4-11

This year the programme honours the fifth centenary of the Reformation and you can see the details by clicking on this link: http://www.bibleweek.ie. 

9 June, 2.00-5.00 pm; Holy Cross Diocesan Centre, Clonliffe.

“The Joint Declaration on Justification: its significance

Art and the Passion of the Christ (Part 3)

Lenten reflection – Part 3 2017

Dr. Eileen Kane presents ‘Art and the Passion of Christ’

Dr. Eileen Kane presents the final and third of three meditations during Lent. The parish is indeed privileged to have Eileen with us as not only is she an international History of Art academic (University College Dublin) but a woman of deep faith who

Art and the Passion of the Christ (Part 2)

Lenten reflection – Part 2 2017

Dr. Eileen Kane presents ‘Art and the Passion of Christ’

Dr. Eileen Kane presents the second of three meditations during Lent. The parish is indeed privileged to have Eileen with us as not only is she an international History of Art academic (University College Dublin) but a woman of deep faith who is a

Art and the Passion of Christ (Part 1)

Lenten reflection – Part 1 2017

Dr. Eileen Kane presents ‘Art and the Passion of Christ’

Dr. Eileen Kane presents the first of three meditations during Lent. The parish is indeed privileged to have Eileen with us as not only is she an international History of Art academic (University College Dublin) but a woman of deep faith who is a

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