New weekend mass times: (Sat Vigil) 6.30pm; (Sunday) 9.30am, 11am and 12.30pm. This change is in order to provide the necessary time for cleaning, ventilation and the movement of people in and out of the church, between masses. This change will take effect from this weekend 5th & 6th December 2020.
From Tuesday 1st December, we are happy to celebrate Mass in public again with you in the church. However, the usual guidance applies: face coverings, hand sanitation, social distancing, one way system for entrance and exit. The church will be closed on Monday 30th November. The church will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 […]
Greetings from St Teresa’s. This weekend Masses in St. Teresa’s Parish will be streamed live on the webcam at the usual times, i.e. 6.30 p.m. (Vigil) on Saturday and 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. on Sunday, with live music from our wonderful musicians. Mass will be streamed live on the webcam each day […]
Baptisms scheduled for October have been postponed and will be rescheduled. We share the disappointment of the families and look forward to arranging a suitable date in the future when the restrictions have been lifted.
Pastoral Parcel 7 was distributed to parishioners and friends of St. Teresa’s on Saturday 26th September. If you didn’t get a copy and want one, please ring the parish house at 01-4542425. This issue contains an introduction, details of the new Parish Pastoral Plan, some prayers, information about the new webcam, the gifts available in […]
There is live streaming of church services in this church. It can be accessed on our website: www.donoreavenueparish.ie or through www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/st-therese-of-the-child-Jesus. It is also possible to access it through the link on the parish Facebook page or the parish Twitter account. The webcam is switched on during church opening hours, except for times when people are […]
Congratulations to baby Harlow who was christened on Saturday 5th September and also to her parents, Chloe and Aaron.
Attendance at funerals is limited to 50 members of close family. People standing outside the church before and after funerals honouring the deceased are asked to keep the social distance of two metres between each other.
The parish of St. Teresa’s is very conscious of the Public Health guidance from both the HSE and the Dublin Archdiocese and particularly in relation to any of us who are specifically vulnerable due to age, medical condition or symptoms. As you know the number of positive cases for the virus has been rising in […]
The next baptism meeting for parents of children to be baptised will take place on Thursday 3rd September at 7.30 p.m. At most there will be six people at the meeting, from three households.