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Be Still: a live streamed evening of short reflection, music and prayer…..Sunday evening 23rd may 2021 at 7pm

Link to the livestream on Sunday 23rd at 7pm: https://livestream.absentfriends.ie/BeStill

 

Donate HERE to support the upkeep of St Agnes Church

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Hail Glorious St Patrick

Music from the parish for Saint Patrick's day 2021: https://youtu.be/MHMLEh1j2DU

A Celtic Lenten Journey 2021 – Harp, Voice and Violin

Please click on the links below to access a two part reflection "A Celtic Lenten Journey - Harp, Voice and Violin" from Avila Carmelite Centre and prepared by our director of Music Mary Louise O'Donnell together with friends is now fully online and can be viewed on the following links:
 
A Celtic Lenten Journey - Harp, Voice and Violin (2/2)

POOR BOX CONTRIBUTIONS 2020

Since January 2020 until 9th January, 2021, a total amount of 5,600 euro has been given to various charities: Br. Kevin’s Day Care Centre: ALONE: Alice Leahy TRUST: Order of Malta: NCBI: Simon Community: ARC: World Mission Ireland. Thanks sincerely to Parishioners who make donations to the Poor Box in the Church. The charities have acknowledged the receipt of donations and they can be found on the notice boards in the Church porches. The organisers of these charities are very appreciative of our donations and use them to fund their outreach work, mostly to homeless men, women and families, those who live alone, those in need of any kind, those in great financial difficulty and, as in the case of the Order of Malta, to assist elderly to the Church and hospital visits. The Order of Malta also provides medical personnel support when required at Church and Parish events. All donations given are lodged to our Charity Account and is subject to an annual audit by the Finance Department at Archbishop’s House. All the charities supported are very deserving of our donations and again, my sincere thanks for your generosity at all times. The poorbox is on the wall to the left as you enter the Church.

Fr. Tony.

Spiritual Companionship

Spiritual Companionship

Now we have moved into Phase 2 and you may be finding yourself reflecting more on your experience over the past three months.  As you do, while our Weeks of Guided Prayer remain suspended, our team of experienced Spiritual Companions/Guides are available to journey with you in that reflection on how you have been affected by these extraordinary times.

For further information and to be put in touch with a Spiritual Companion/Guide who will listen confidentially and attentively with empathy and understanding to you via phone, skype or zoom contact:

Sr Éibhlís NicUaithuas DC at guidedprayer@dublindiocese.ie  or on  087-4170628.

More Artwork from our younger parishoners

From: Roibín

From: Doireann

From: Alanna

From: Niamh

When this is over – Nicole Ward

Poem from Lauren Hynes – Time

Covid19 Tech

Covid19 Tech is a  group of I.T professionals who have come together from  across Ireland to volunteer and offer free tech support to Irish seniors in our communities so they can stay connected with their loved ones and required services during the Covid19 crisis.   More information visit:  https://covid19tech.ie/ or  https://www.facebook.com/Covid19TechHelp/posts/118344963168927

Young adults Faith experience during the Pandemic

The Leadership Team for the Foundational Leadership Programme(FLP) invite young adults and youth leaders to take a four minute survey on their Faith Experience during the Covid 19 Pandemic.  Take the Survey https://www.evangelisation.ie/2020/05/11/survey-young-adults-and-their-faith-experience-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-may-2020/