12 noon Daily
At 12 noon daily The Angelus followed by Mass will be live streamed on our webcam.
COVID 19 UPDATE 25_02_2020
Dear Parishioners of St Agnes, as Covid 19 is progressing it is unfortunate that we have to close our Church to protect our parishioners. We pray that with God’s help and by helping one another we can get through this crisis together.
Archbishop DiarmuId Martin has cancelled public Sunday and Weekday Masses in the Archdiocese of Dublin from Wednesday 25th March until further notice.
We cannot guarantee the safety for our parishioners due to candles and statues being touched by so many people and large numbers gathering, therefore for the health and safety of everyone we have to close today Wednesday 25th March 2020.
Mass will be streamed live ONLY on Sundays at 11 am
Those who have booked masses can rearrange them in the Parish Office or one of the priests will offer mass for that intention privately.
Please refer to a parish website cumlinparish.ie for further updates.
We entrust each of you to the loving care of God our father.
Thank you again for your understanding at this difficult time.
Holy Rosary to be recited in churches across Ireland Wednesday 25th March
In solidarity with all Parishes in Ireland the Holy Rosary will be recited along with special prayers in all churches throughout Ireland at 12 noon on Wednesday 25th March as suggested by Archbishop Eamon Martin. Fr Tom Clowe will be the celebrant in St Agnes church and this can be viewed on St Agnes Parish webcam or listened to on our radio link.
COVID-19 Support Line for Older People
COVID-19 Support Line for Older People ALONE has launched 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 Monday to Friday, 8am-8pm, by calling 0818 222 024. Hours may be extended to meet the demand.
Important Notice Covid-19 Outbreak
IMPORTANT NOTICES COVID-19 OUTBREAK /24/03/2020
In solidarity with all Parishes in Ireland the Holy Rosary will be recited along with special prayers in all churches throughout Ireland at 12 noon on Wednesday 25th March as suggested by Archbishop Eamon Martin. Fr Tom Clowe will be the celebrant in St Agnes church and this can be view on St Agnes Parish webcam or listened to on our radio link.
Dear Parishioners of Crumlin, this is a difficult time for all of us. We pray that with God’s help and by helping one another we can get through this crisis together.
Masses: In light of the measures put forward by the Government we are cancelling all Sunday and weekday masses until the 29th of March. The church will however remain open from 8 am till 6 pm daily if any of you would like to come in say a prayer and light a candle.
St Agnes Parish Crumlin
Opening Times Until at least the end of March
Monday 8am – 6pm
Tuesday 8am – 3pm
Wednesday 8am – 6pm
Thursday 8am – 6pm
Friday 8am – 6pm
Saturday 8am – 6pm
Sunday 8am – 11am
Sunday Mass will be available online at 11am behind closed doors on www.crumlinparish.ie Or www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/st-agnes-crumlin
Funerals will still take place although the number of mourners may have to be restricted. The parish office will remain open as normal if we can assist anyone, we the priests of the parish, are available.
Those who have booked masses can rearrange them to the Parish Office or one of the priests will offer mass for that intention privately.
Please refer to a parish website cumlinparish.ie for further updates. We entrust each of you to the loving care of God our father. Thank you again for your understanding at this difficult time
Novena of Grace
The Novena of Grace this year, conducted by Fr. John Harris, O.P. from Newbridge, was very well attended considering the fears and worries around various viruses present in our country. Fr. Harris expresses his gratitude for your support and attendance for the Novena and appreciates the many expressions of good wishes given to him. May St. Francis Xavier continue to bless us in our faith, prayer and Christian living.
Weekend Collections Sunday 8th March
First Collection: €2000
Share Collection: €1601
Family Offering Collection: €1150
Many Thanks for your continued Support and Generosity
Crumlin and District Active Retirement Association
Welcomes New Members (open to all 50+ year olds)
Annual Fee: only €10
Supper Dances, Sing-along sessions, Holidays, Art,
plus, of course, Ballroom and Line Dancing
Membership Forms available in Parish Office
2020 HOLIDAYS ... JUNE and SEPTEMBER (see Latest Notice)
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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)