St Mary’s, Lucan
Sunday Mass Times
Saturday Vigil: 6.30pm
Sunday: 9am, 10.30am, 12 noon and 7pm.
Notice: 9am Mass this Sunday 22nd May will be the last 9am Mass until September.
From May 29th Sunday Masses will be 6.30pm (Vigil Sat.) Sunday:10.30am, 12noon and 7pm.
Also from 29th May there will be NO Holy Hour on Sunday afternoons.
Please contact the sacristy (01 6281487) if you have a 9am Mass already booked. If we do not hear from you, the 9am Intentions will automatically be included in the 10.30am Mass on the day you had booked.
Monday to Saturday 10am
Although the Government’s recommendation is that masks are no longer mandatory, we would recommend the continued use of same.
All Services will be live-streamed on www.lucanparish.com
St Vincent De Paul – St Mary’s Conference
Church Gate collection at all Masses THIS weekend 21st/22nd May.
Many thanks for your generosity
Best wishes to the pupils of Scoil Mhuire Girls N.S. and St. Andrew’s N.S. who will receive their First Holy Communion this Saturday 21st May.
Please remember them all in your prayers.
The Legion of Mary will host the Rosary for the month of May in St Mary’s Church, Lucan at 5.30pm (Monday to Friday). Rosary will be offered up for peace in Ukraine and for all your intentions.
Dates are bookable on line up to the end of August 2022. If you need to cancel a booking contact: email@example.com
We will be Tuesdays at 8pm, in the Bungalow. All welcome
Holy Hour: There will be a Holy Hour every Sunday from 4pm to 5pm to pray for the success of the Synod in Rome in 2023.
Praying with Scripture:
Praying with Scripture every Monday at 7.30pm in The Bungalow. (masks optional). Zoom meetings will continue on a temporary basis for those uncomfortable meeting in bungalow. Meetings will take place on Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Bethany Bereavement Support Group: We meet every 2nd Monday at 10.45am and 4th Thursday at 8pm of the month in the Bungalow. We are available to listen to or just be there for anyone who is feeling lonely or lost following the death of a loved one.
Visits to the housebound: If you are housebound you can call Deirdre at the parish office (01 621 7041) we will be happy to call on a monthly basis.
St Patrick’s Esker/Dodsboro/Adamstown
Vigil Saturday 7pm, Sunday: 9am, 10.30am and 12 noon.
We must continue to wear face coverings in the church and use the hand sanitizer on the way in.
Monday to Friday at 10am.
All Masses are livestreamed on You tube
Confessions can be requested after Mass.
View the following on www.stpatrickslucan.ie
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
Sunday Mass Times:
Saturday Vigil 6:30pm,
Sunday 10:15am and 12:15pm
Monday to Friday 9:15am. Saturday 10am
Morning Prayers of the Church:
Monday to Wednesday: 8.40am.
The Church will now be open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm for private prayers.
Visitation team for Holy Communion:
Pastoral care of the Sick is provided for all who suffer in any way in our communities. When a person becomes ill, receives a serious diagnosis or because of frailty is no longer able to attend Mass, our Ministers facilitate visitation of the sick at home or in a care setting when this is requested by families and permitted by public health authorities.
Please contact the Parish Office to arrange a visit.
Bingo night: Wednesday 7.30pm in the John Paul II Memorial Hall. Meet up with friends, connect with new people and to assist with fund raising for the Church. All are Welcome!
Coffee Morning: Our Coffee Morning takes place every Wednesday and Thursday morning at 10am (after the 9.15am Mass) in the John Paul II Memorial Hall.
6 Nights - 19th October, Dublin to Mostar
25th October, Split to Dublin. €685.00
8 Nights - 19th Oct Dublin to Mostar
27th October, Split to Dublin. €745.00
5 Nights – 7th September, Dublin to Lisbon
12th September, Lisbon to Dublin
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Pat 087 223 8911