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NOVENA OF GRACE
Because of the pandemic, we cannot have the normal Novena of Grace in our Church. However, we will be dedicating the 9.00am mass each morning from 4th – 12th March as a Novena of Grace Mass. We will recite the Novena Prayer each morning. The statue of St. Francis Xavier will be placed at foot of the sanctuary. We will also have a special box into which you can place your personal prayers and intentions which will be remembered at all masses for the duration of the Novena Masses. (Please bring these intention already written out to the church).
The 9.00am mass is now recorded so that you can watch it at any time during the day for your own personal time of prayer and reflection. Go Crumlin Parish Website and under Watch Live, you’ll find “recordings”: just press on the date of recorded masses and it should play for you.
The parish office is open normal hours.
Current Family offering envelopes boxes are now available in the parish office. If you are not a contributor and are in a position to contribute to the family offering please call to the parish office to either sign up for a box of envelopes for to donate through the bank by monthly standing order.
The family offering donations are the main income for the running of the parish.
You support is greatly appreciated.
Due to the re-introduction of level 5 Covid-19 restrictions which have been put in place until at least the 5th March there will be no public masses. Mass will be streamed on line as follows:
Monday to Saturday at 9.00am and Sunday at 11.00am
This year, 2021, is dedicated to St. Joseph. To honour him, we will have a package available which contains a candle with an image of St. Joseph, a prayer card. This can be purchased any time throughout the season of Lent. The Trócaire boxes are also available in our Church so that we can contribute to the welfare of the thousands in poorer countries where . For other reflective material for Lent, Google in “Lenten Reflections” and you will find plenty of good resourceful, prayerful sites.
ACCORD Dublin has launched a new website. For Sacramental Marriage Preparation Courses or for Marriage and Relationship Counselling please visit www.accorddublin.ie
COVID-19 Support Line for Older People
ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.
REVISED CONFESSION TIMES FROM SAT 7TH MARCH 2020
Confessions will be heard
After 9am mass and at 6.20pm to 6.45pm on Saturdays.
On the Eves of First Friday’s they will be heard
after 9am mass and before 7pm mass.
Outside of these times if you wish to have your
Confession heard please indicate this
to any of the Priests who will oblige.
Spend time in silent prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.
Dedicated Adorers are always required.
You can fill in a volunteer form in the Oratory Porch
or leave your details with the Parish Secretary.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament times
Mon 10.30am to 6.45pm, Tues, Wed and Thurs 10.30am to 4pm, Fri 1pm to 4pm.
Divine Mercy Prayers
main altar Wed and Fri 3 – 4pm.
St Agnes Church, St Agnes Road
Sacristy 01 4555383
Parish Office 01 4555368