Sunday: 9:30am & 12:30pm

Daily:  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 10:00am

Saturday: 1:00pm & 6:30pm Vigil


Saturday: 12noon-12.50pm & 5.45pm-6.15pm


Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 1:30pm.

To book a Baptism, please contact the Parish Office.

A Long Birth Certificate will be required.


To book a Wedding please contact the Sacristy or Parish Office.

At least three months notice is required.


Eucharistic Adoration: Saturdays 1:30pm-6:15pm

Mother of Perpetual Help: Wednesdays at 10:00am Mass

Padre Pio: 1st Saturday of the month at 1pm Mass

Direction for our times: 7pm on the 1st Thursday of the month

Prayer for Grandparents Lord Jesus, you were born of the Virgin Mary, the daughter of Saints Joachim and Anne. Look with love on grandparents the world over. Protect them! They are a source of enrichment for families, for the Church and for all of society. Support them! As they grow older, may they continue to be for their families strong pillars of Gospel faith, guardian of noble domestic ideals, living treasuries of sound religious traditions. Make them teachers of wisdom and courage, that they may pass on to future generations the fruits of their mature human and spiritual experience. Lord Jesus, help families and society to value the presence and roles of grandparents. May they never be ignored or excluded, but always encounter respect and love. Help them to live serenely and to feel welcomed in all the years of life which you give them. Mary, Mother of all the living, keep grandparents constantly in your care, accompany them on their earthly pilgrimage, and by your prayers, grant that all families may one day be reunited in our heavenly homeland, where you await all humanity for the great embrace of live without end. Amen


WEEKLY OFFERTORY PROMISE The collection amounted to £ 3051.00.Thank you for your generous financial support. You can make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page also.

DRUMALIS  Parish Retreat to Drumalis Larne Sept 23’. Anyone interested contact Pat on 90 617082 by 30/6/23.

32 HOURS OF ADORATION In this year which is dedicated to the Diocesan Priesthood the Legion of Mary will hold 32 hours of Eucharistic Adoration in St Agnes’ Church, beginning  on Friday 4th August (Feast day of St John Vianney Patron Saint of Parish Priests) after 10am Mass and finishing on Saturday 5th August at 6.15pm (before vigil mass which is at 6.30pm) Please come along and pray in thanksgiving for our Priests and for our future priests.

PARISH OFFICE & BULLETIN. The Parish office will close from Mon 31st July and will re-open again on Mon 14th Aug. There will be a Bulletin next weekend 29th & 30th and no Bulletin until the weekend of 19th & 20th Aug.

MASSES. Please note there will be no 10am Weekday and 1pm Masses on these dates:

SAT 12TH AUG—NO 1PM                                                                SAT  26TH AUG—NO 1PM

MON 21ST AUG— NO 10AM                                                          MON 28TH AUG– NO 10AM

WED 23RD AUG—NO 10AM                                                           WED  30TH AUG- NO 10AM




Sat 22: (6:30pm): Philip Maguire, Paul Zemrowsky

Sun 23:(9:30am): Sophie Maguire

Sun 23: (12:30pm):  Ann Christian

Mon 24:(10am): Mary & Dan Doran

Tue 25:                   No Mass

Wed 26: (10am): Charlie Monaghan, Margaret Keenan

Thu 27: (10am): Karen Mc Bride, Mary Christina Mongan

Fri 28: (10am): Ann Christian

Sat 29: (1pm): Geraldine Robinson


Recently deceased:

Months Mind: Philip Maguire, Margaret Keenan, Karen Mc Bride

Anniversaries: Ita Morgan, Dolores McLean, Michael Standen, Sarah & William Pollock, Lucy Mc Kenna, Thomas & Hilda Hartley, James Burns Molly Lynas, Kathleen Mc Aleavy, Michael Donnelly, Edward Mc Nally

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord!


DROMANTINE RETREAT CENTRE. “Stop Missing Your Life”, 01—03 Sept, cost £235. As we move into a post-pandemic world, many are reporting symptoms of numbness, frustration and exhaustion. This compassionate and optimistic workshop will transform the way we manage stress, helping us to learn habits that promote resilience. Contact 02830821964 or

LEGION OF MARY YOUNG ADULT CONFERENCE. 19th & 20th August. All Hallows campus, DCU, Dublin. or call 085 144 2423

WORLD YOUTH DAY, 06 AUGUST. Archbishop Eamon Martin will celebrate Mass at Slane on August 6th. All welcome. E:

SINGING FOR BOYS 2023. 14-18 August, in St. Dominic’s Grammar School, Falls Road. Contact James McConnell at

RADIO MARIA IRELAND an Irish-run Catholic Talk-Radio Station continues to grow with commercial free broadcasting – Prayer, Catechesis, Uplifting music, Talks, Interviews and Testimonies! You can listen via: Digital TV – Saorview Channel 210 or Freeview 826; Download our free App “RADIO MARIA IRELAND”; Website –; ‘Listen Live Radio’ link on our Facebook Page. Why not drop a line to our Priest Director, Fr. Eamonn McCarthy, by text on 089-4672000, by phone on 01-4123456, or come and pay us a visit at Radio Maria Ireland, St. Anthony’s Business Park, Ballymount Road, Dublin 22?

Glen Community Centre – Men’s Group Are you free on a Wednesday from 12 to 2pm? Come along and join the men’s group, have a cuppa and meet new people. Everyone is welcome – just drop into the centre and enjoy the craic.

LIGHT THE FIRE🔥AT SLANE ON SUNDAY 6th AUGUST IN THE SPIRIT OF ST PATRICK!! Everyone and all ages are very welcome!! Bus leaving 10am sharp from St Michael The Archangel Church on Sunday 6th August, with a short stop on the way at the Applegreen, arriving at approx. 12 noon at Slane. The bus will leave approx. 4.30pm/5pm with a short stop at the Applegreen and arrive back hopefully by 7pm-7.30pm latest. You are advised to bring a good packed lunch, a fold up chair and drinks. Shuttle buses are available at Slane for those who need them for going up and down the hill. Cost for the bus only is £10 per person (£5 for children). Please contact Catherine in the Parish Office to book your seat(s) on 028 95904304

Today Sun 23rd is a day of Prayer for Grandparents and the Elderly.  — Pope Francis has chosen “His mercy is from age to age,” a passage from the Gospel of Luke, as the theme for the 2023 celebration of the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly. Pope Francis will preside over a special Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica to mark the grandparents’ day and has invited parishes, dioceses, associations, and communities around the world to celebrate the day. The pope, who is 86 years old, has been an advocate for the dignity of the aging and has often emphasized the important role of grandparents in passing on the Catholic faith. He established the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly in 2021. Last year’s theme came from Psalm 92:15: “In old age they will still bear fruit.”  

The pope, who is 86 years old, has been an advocate for the dignity of the aging and has often emphasized the important role of grandparents in passing on the Catholic faith. He established the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly in 2021. Last year’s theme came from Psalm 92:15: “In old age they will still bear fruit.”


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