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New Weekend Mass Times!!!

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New Mass Times beginning Sunday 21st February 2015—the 1st Sunday of Lent         ST. MARY’S Sandyford Village    Saturdays—6pm (Vigil) Sundays—9 am, 11 am &   6pm                                                      … Read more »

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Lent Spiritual Menu

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Our Lenten Journey – Spiritual Menu and Mass Times Lent is an ideal time to think of a “reboot” of our faith. Traditionally, parishes and schools have supported the Trócaire Lenten Campaign – which combines the three elements of Lent – prayer, fasting and alms in a thoughtful and interactive way. This year, the focus… Read more »

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Sunday May 10th, Heading Back To The Track

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On Sunday May 10th, Sandyford Parish are heading back to the track for another wonderful day of food, racing and excitement at Leopardstown. Last year over €35,000.00 was raised to help restore Our Lady of the Wayside and it was a most enjoyable day for all who came.  The proceeds from this coming event will… Read more »

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Thank you to our Ministry Teams

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The Coordinators of the various Ministry groups in the parish ensure that  the necessary preparations are made for all of the celebrations that take place in the parish week in week out throughout the year. This week, I would like to pay a special tribute to the coordinator of the Eucharistic Ministers in St Mary’s,… Read more »

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Bethany Bereavement Support Group

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Sandyford Parish Bereavement Support  Group : First Wednesday of Month 7.30pm Bethany Bereavement Support Group is a voluntary parish ministry which aims to help the bereaved and grieving.  It is quite normal to feel anger, guilt, fear, depression and an awful sense of loss after the passing of a loved one. These feelings need to… Read more »

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Rainbows Update

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Sandyford Parish Rainbows  is an important part of our Pastoral Care Programme.   Rainbows  supports children (1st class – 6th class) experiencing grief and loss  through bereavement, parental separation / divorce. It is a twelve week programme, bringing children of a similar age and loss experience into peer group support, facilitated by trained Rainbows volunteers. Information… Read more »