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Witaj w domu: Welcome home to our Pilgrims. Having walked in the footsteps of Saint John Paul II our parish Pilgrims are back, safe and sound. It was a very enlightening and enriching experience and over the next few weeks some of the Pilgrims will share their thoughts with us. The group stayed in Krackow… Read more »
There are many traditions we take part in each Sunday and in some cases every day as Catholics, but where do they come from and why do we do them. Find some answers below. Make the Sign of the Cross? – This simple gesture is one that sets Catholics apart from many other denominations…. Read more »
On the 15th August, The Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, the Parish celebrates its Feast Day. This year we will hold the parish celebration in Our Lady of the Wayside on Friday August 15th at 7.30pm Mass. Everyone in the parish is most welcome to attend and there will be light refreshments on… Read more »
Parish Picnic Huge Success! A big thanks to all who came to the parish picnic last weekend in Glendalough. The weather turned out to be lovely and sunny with just a few showers. It was great to see so many people; babies, children, teens, and adults eating, laughing and having fun together in the beautiful… Read more »
St. Joseph’s Young Priests Society would like to thank Fr.Andrew and all parish staff for their support and assistance during during our recent visit to Sandyford parish. We also thank parishioners for their welcome and thank those who responded to the invitation to join St. Joseph’s Young Priests Society. A meeting will be held in… Read more »
Saint Bridget of Sweden was born in 1303. Becoming a wife and mother at a young age, she bore and reared eight children until the death of her husband after twenty eight years of marriage, who died tragically after journeying the famous Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage. But Bridget did not slip into a sorrowful widowhood,… Read more »