A warm welcome to Sandyford Parish.
Serving the needs of the local community.
In November we remember… “All I ask, that wherever you may be, you may remember me at the Altar of the Lord” ST. MONICA A reminder that November is the month of Holy Souls when we remember our deceased loved ones in prayer. The Altar list of the dead is a tradition whereby people remember… Read more »
Born in Burgundy in France in 1806 to devout parent Pierre and Louise, Catherine Laboure was known colloquially as Zoe, even though her name ‘Catherine’ was registered within an hour of her birth, a birth that was marked by the ringing of the angelus bells! … Read more »
A special word of thanks to all who support our parish through the weekly collections, envelopes, Standing Orders and individual donations. To see how your contributions are used to fund the life of the Church please click on the image on the left to see the chart in a larger size. Once again, we… Read more »
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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 »
Dear Parishioners, On Sunday May 10th, Sandyford Parish is headed back to the track at Leopardstown for another wonderful day of food, entertainment and racing. Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Last year this event raised €43,000.00 which went directly toward the restoration of Our Lady of the Wayside. As you… Read more »