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Saturday Vigil 6 p.m.


9:00 a.m.,

11 a.m

6 p.m.  (Youth Mass) (Evening Mass returns)


Weekdays Monday to Friday   10 a.m.

Please note : Saturday Morning at 10 am will be celebrated in Church of the Ascension Balally.

Holy Days :  See Parish Bulletin



Our Lady of the Wayside Kilternankilternanch

Sundays  12 Noon






St. Patrick’s Glencullenglencullench

Sunday 10 a.m. (Solemn Mass)

Holy Days :  See Parish Bulletin





Other LiturgiesadorationEucharistic Adoration – New Times Added   Come and ‘watch one hour’ with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament  at St. Mary’s Church during the following times Tuesday from 10.30am to 9pm.  We conclude with a guided Holy Hour which starts at 8 p.m. and finishes with Benediction at 9 p.m.Thursdays immediately after the 10 am Mass there are a few moments prayer and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.





Rainbows supports children (1st -6th class) experiencing grief through bereavement or  parental separation / divorce.   If you are interested please download the Sandyford Rainbows application form from this link click here and send it into the Parish office. A member of the Rainbows Team will then be in touch with you. You may also email your enquiry directly to

Glendalough-Hike-400x276 Under the careful stewardship of Fr Peter, Matthew Devoy and Fr Jay from Pittsburgh, seventy two hardy souls took to the ancient pilgrim path near Valleymount on Tuesday last, the feast of St James. Some chose to walk the slightly shorter route of 12 km, while some opted for the longer route of 19 km.

All arrived back in the old monastic city a little tired and energised by a day of trekking, prayer and reflection among some truly breath taking scenery. Among those attending were parishioners from Sandyford, Balally and Pittsburgh. The words of the hymn “Lady of Knock” , led so beautifully by one of the young people from Pittsburgh at a Mass at the end of the day “There were people of all ages, gathered around a gable wall” – had a special resonance.

“Míle buíochas” to the organisers and all who contributed in any way to such a memorable and prayerful day.

people-1-300x200TROCAIRE EMERGENCY APPEAL €6,000!

Thank you to all who so generously contributed the outstanding amount of €6,000 Our heartfelt thanks.

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