Ordination of father Dominic Binh Nguyen SDB

Congratulations to Father Dominic Binh Nguyen SDB on His Ordination to the priesthood. Dominic spent some of his Diaconate year with us here at St Agnes Parish. During this time he was involved with liturgical celebrations, the Family Mass group, the baptismal team, the Eucharistic Ministry, the local BRÚ youth club, and St Damian’s National School. We wish Dominic and all the best in his future ministry with the Salesian community.  Some of our talented musicians from St Agnes contributed to the sacred music for Dominic's ordination - Well done all.  Here is a link to a video of the ordination:


Link to video of "A joy to all the earth" anthem of the World Meeting of Families.  Recorded at St Agnes Parish on 8th June 2018.  CLICK HERE:    



WMOF2018  Updates


Young Church Dublin

WMOF Encounter  Our next Encounter will be Friday 24th August.  This will be a special World Meeting of Families event in anticipation of the Pope’s arrival.  We will have live music from the incredible Audrey Assad and our guest speaker for the night is the amazing Isaac Withers.  Keep an eye on our Instagram and Facebook pages for details of this epic night! Email | Facebook | Instagram Follow us on Instagram @theyoungchurchdublin to find out details of upcoming events and the work we do behind the scenes!

Dublin’s “Camino” for the World Meeting of Families

The World Meeting of Families 2018 Pilgrim Walk will take place from 18 – 25 August 2018.  Pilgrims are invited, in a single day or over a few days during that week, to undertake the Walk.  It involves visiting seven designated churches and spending time in prayer in each of them for a special intention for families before finishing the visit with the WMOF2018 prayer.  Each pilgrim will be issued with a pilgrim walk passport which will be stamped at each church in the ancient tradition of the Camino of St James.  A pilgrimage certificate of completion will be stamped when they arrive at the last of the seven churches.  Each church will have a roster of ambassadors to meet the pilgrims, stamp their pilgrim passports and offer a WMOF cead míle fáilte.  The churches can be visited in any order.  The route for the Pilgrim Walk includes the following churches:
  • St Teresa’s Carmelite Church, Clarendon Street – the theme is “the gift of parents to the family.” • St Francis Xavier’s, Gardiner Street – the theme is the role of teachers in enriching the children of our families. • St Saviour’s, Dominick Street – the theme is God walks with families when times are tough • St Michan’s, Halston Street –the gift of children to the family • St Michan’s, Church Street –fostering the gift of forgiveness among families • St Audoen’s Church, High Street –the gift of grandparents to the family • Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Whitefriars), Aungier Street –love at the heart of the family
All churches will remain open each day between 9.30am and 7pm.  You can download the Pilgrim Walk map in PDF form at Registration for the World Meeting of families in 2018 is now open. Visit the Tickets Section on  to access information on the different type of tickets and registration available.  Accommodation booking is also available online at time of registration through the same booking form on the website. 

Recent Collections

Weekend Collections Sunday 12h August  2018 

First Collection  €2198

Share  €1603

Family Offering   €1305

Many Thanks for your continued Support and Generosity


C.A.D.A.R.A. News

Crumlin and District Active Retirement Association

Welcomes New Members (open to all 50+ year olds)

Annual Fee: only €10

Activities include:

Supper Dances,  Sing-along sessions, Holidays, Art, Walks, Table-Tennis

plus, of course, Ballroom & Line Dancing

Membership Forms available in Parish Office

2018 HOLIDAYS ... JUNE & SEPTEMBER (see Latest Notice!)


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Volunteers required for Donor Care Centre

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services has two truly special facilities, Harold’s Cross and Blackrock Hospice, where specialist care is provided for people with a range of needs from rehabilitation to end of life care.

We require a number of volunteers to assist in our Donor Care Centre, helping to make calls to our supporters in relations to upcoming events including Ireland’s Biggest Morning in September and our Light up a Life event in December. Training will be provided.

If you have a few hours to spare any day during the next few months, it would be great if you could help. All you need is to have basic computers skills and enjoy dealing with the public.

Where: Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services Harold’s Cross Dublin 6W

When: Throughout the year     Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm     Days: Monday – Friday

Contact: Imelda Mooney   Email:

Padrio Pio Prayer Group

Padre Pio Prayer Group:

See latest Newsletter for date of Next Meeting

(Rosary 6.45pm; Mass 7.00pm followed by Benediction and Blessing)

Recent Baptisms

Anna Christine Glennon Logan  Adam Sargent Róise Middleton McCuaig Earra Andrya Bersola Garrett Kayleigh Veronica Butler Nathan Liam Timmons Alfie Liam Cahill Lily Marie Herbert Carissa Yuwei Smith Holly Monica Herbert Carter Ryan Barry Atkinson Paige Marguerite Christina Gilley Éabha Margaret Dolan Oliver Forde Priya Rose Lynch O’Connor Jessica Mae Curtis Jackson Thomas Niland Jack Derek Stevenson Daryl Bentley O’Connor Isabelle Catherine Hollowed Cooper Martin O’Connor Emily Grace Gallagher Isabella Mae Crowe Hannah Aisling Sharkey Lucy Jane Crowe Emily Grace Hennessy Lexi Molly Pepper Jones Noa Eden O’Brien Paul Edward O’Connor Cian Andrew Murray Emily Janette McGuinness Daly 

  We welcome them into our Christian Community and wish them well in their lives ahead.

Meaning of Marriage Newsletter

The Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 4

Parish Webcam

We now have a Webcam installed in St Agnes Church. Masses are usually broadcast live at 7pm each evening and all Sunday Masses are usually broadcast. There is a schedule published below the video window on the webcam page Please consult the schedule, as it may change from time to time. Funerals will be broadcast live when requested by family of the deceased. The webcam will, we hope allow parishioners past and present to share in some of the liturgies here in Crumlin from anywhere on the World Wide Web. Please share our web page with family, friends and loved ones who are not lucky enough to be able to “drop in” to the church because they are away from the parish - This is a link to the current schedule for masses which will be streamed via the web cam:  Webcam schedule Please note that the webcam will not be active all the time so do return again if you log on and there is no service.  Please consult the schedule  as it may change from time to time.