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25 April 2021
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Parish notes

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St Mary’s, Lucan

During Level 5 Masses will be livestreamed on

Sunday Masses:
Vigil Saturday: 6.30pm, Sunday: 11am

Weekday Masses:
Monday to Saturday 10am

Praying with Scripture:
Praying with scripture is continuing on zoom. If interested please contact Cheryl Murphy at 086 8343754 to register.

Private Prayer:
The Church will be open daily for private prayer on weekdays from 10.30am to 6pm (funerals permitting) and on Sundays from 12 noon to 6pm. Please enter by the Main Porch Door and exit by the side door (near the Nun’s Chapel).Please ensure social distancing when visiting the church and use hand sanitizers provided when entering and leaving.

Deepest Sympathy to the husband, family and friends of Deirdre Strickland, Hermitage Way.
May she rest in peace.


St Patrick’s Esker/Dodsboro/Adamstown

All Masses are now streamed live on the Parish You Tube channel during Level 5

Sunday Masses:
Vigil Saturday 7pm
9am, 10.30am Family Mass and 12 noon.

Weekday Masses:
Monday to Friday at 10am.

Private Prayer:
Church is open for private prayer, weekdays from 10.30 to 12.30 and access through church door at the bell tower.

View the following on
Mass Readings for the week
Morning Prayer – Lauds
Evening Prayer – Vespers
Take five at 10 - Reflections–Weekdays: 10am
Taizé – Watch and Pray


Parish of Divine Mercy, Lucan South

All Masses will be livestreamed only on

Weekday Masses:
Monday to Friday 9:15am
Saturday 10am.

Daily Readings on website:
Under our Welcome menu you will find links for the Daily Mass Reading which updates every day as well as Sunday Mass Reading for the following Sunday’s Mass. It is a great way to be able to read along during Mass if you so wish or take time to reflect on the passages during the week and see what message they have for you. One quick note is that if it is a Sunday and you want to see the Gospel for today then click on the Daily Mass Reading link as the Sunday listing will be for the following week.

Private Prayer:
While the Church is not open to parishioners for Mass, the Faustina Chapel is open for private prayer from 10am to 12 noon Monday to Friday.