Since the change in the health guidance on 6th September, we are permitted to have 50% of the capacity of St. Teresa’s present for services. This allows for 146 people. This means that there can be three individuals on each of the long seats and two on the shorter ones. Family households are encouraged to […]
A member of the Legion of Mary will be speaking at all Masses on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th October about the Legion of Mary and its founder Frank Duff. The Legion of Mary is an international association of members of the Roman Catholic Church who serve it on a voluntary basis. It was founded […]
The Parish Shop is open after the Masses on Sunday. It holds a general stock of rosary beads, candles, statues, Children’s books, etc. New stock has now arrived. Please come and have a browse after Mass on Sunday.
The Parish Team thanks you most sincerely for your contributions to the Little Flower Penny Dinners. So far, we have collected a total of €660.
If you are interested in being part of the Church Decoration Group for Christmas, please contact our Parish Pastoral Assistant Sam Byrne or any other member of the Parish Team. More information later.
The parish is exploring setting up a youth group, focused on “Faith in Action” for those aged between confirmation and 18. It will be activity, faith and project based. More information later. Please contact our Parish Pastoral Assistant Sam Byrne or any other member of the Parish Team.
Sunday 24th October is World Mission Sunday.
Dates for your Diary:- Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24thOctober at all Masses: World Mission Sunday Tuesday 2nd November at 6.30pm: Parish Liturgy Committee Meeting in the parish house Thursday 4th November at 7.30pm: Parish Pastoral Council Meeting in the parish house Sunday 14th November at 11am: Mass for the Deceased of the past year
Evening Mass continues in St. Teresa’s parish every Monday night (with the exception of Bank-holidays) at 7.30pm. This Mass includes the Novena prayers in honour of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.
We welcome into our faith community: Jessie Maxwell-Hayes; Lily O’Donoghue; Robin Murphy-Healy; and Hazel Murphy Healy. All were recently baptised here in St. Teresa’s Church. Congratulations and every blessing to them and their families.