The next meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council will be held on Friday 6th July at 7 p.m. in the Parish House.
The next meeting of the Parish Liturgy Committee will take place on Tuesday 4th September at 6.30 p.m. in the Parish House.
We wish the best of luck to those students of our parish in second and third level education who are sitting exams in the coming weeks. Please keep them in your prayers. Prayer petitions can be left in the box at the foot of the altar beside the lectern. “SUCCESS is achieved by those who […]
In the World Meeting Of Families (WMOF) Space at the back of the church, you will find a box for prayer petitions. You are welcome to insert a petition which will be sent to the Redemptoristine Sisters here in Dublin. The Sisters will include those petitions in their contemplative prayer. Details about how to register for the World […]
The Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 were adopted by the Archdiocese of Dublin. Data Protection in the Parish: – In different forms personal data are used by the parish for pastoral purposes. They are collected, administered, stored and returned according to the requirements of the above […]
Registration for the Parish Sacramental Programmes preparing children to receive the Sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation continues. Forms are available from the parish office on Tuesdays and Thursdays or after the Saturday evening Mass. Please contact our Parish Pastoral Assistant Sam Byrne for more information.
Both the Adult and Children’s choirs invite and welcome new members to join. Have a chat with Maria or Feilimidh about it or just come along and join in.
Thank you to all parishioners and friends of St Teresa’s for your continued support for the work of the Parish and of the wider Dublin Diocese. The ENVELOPE COLLECTION is the primary source of income for the parish! The FIRST COLLECTION (Diocesan Common Fund) supports the priests of our parish, sick and retired priests, priests […]
Why not take home a copy of the Parish Newsletter for a neighbour who can no longer make it up to the church or a family member who has moved to another area and who would like to keep in touch with the parish and its activities? You can also read the Parish Newsletter online […]
There is a nice cup of tea/coffee and a chat available on Thursday mornings after the 10.00 a.m. Mass in our St. Teresa’s Kingdom Café. This is a great opportunity for our parishioners, especially if you are feeling lonely, to chat and get to know one another. You can enter through the sacristy or by the side […]