Appeal by the Society of St Vincent de Paul, Holy Trinity Conference

Posted 17th February 2021 in Announcements

svp-logoThe Conference hasn’t had a church-gate collection since March 2020. Yet, we are getting requests for help continuously. We can only raise funds now through private donations from parishioners and we are most grateful to those parishioners who have been donating to us since the pandemic started. In this appeal, we wish to remind parishioners that our charitable work is on-going and that we can make use of all the help we can get to reduce the stress on our needy
families. You can safely donate in the following two ways:

(1) Put your donation in a sealed envelope which is addressed with a phrase such as ‘Donation for SVP’ and drop it into the letter box on the door of the Parish Office.

(2) If you have online access, you can log into svp.ie and donate by card. You can also specify the location you want to help e.g. Holy Trinity, Dublin 13.

Free Talk: Five Ways to Wellbeing

Posted 15th February 2021 in Announcements

Raheny Library is delighted to present a free online talk entitled “Five Ways to Wellbeing” on Tuesday 23rd February at 11.00am.

In this online talk, learn how to define mental health and wellbeing. Gain an improved understanding of how we can make changes to look after our mental health and explore the application of the “Five Ways to Wellbeing” as a helpful coping strategy during tough times. The event will be facilitated by Miffy Hoad, Development Officer with Mental Health Ireland.

To book your place at this free online event, contact the library at rahenylibrary@dublincity.ie or register directly for the talk on Eventbrite.

Parish Office

Posted in Announcements

The Parish Office is open during normal office hours (Monday to Friday 9.30am-12.30pm). However, we are trying to avoid visitors in the small office and will support you at the door.

We are also providing support remotely via phone & email, or if you wish to drop your request in the letterbox we will respond to you as quickly as we can.

With the church shop closed at present, Mass Cards are available from the Parish Office.

Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

Posted 8th February 2021 in Announcements

Lourdes GrottoThursday the 11th of February is the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, normally the World Day of the Sick. This year the prayer below might be said on the days leading up to Our Lady’s Feast.

Mary, Our Lady of Lourdes,
you appeared at the grotto of Massabielle to Bernadette.
You brought her the radiant light of your smile,
the gentle brightness of your presence,
Day by day you conversed, one person to another.
We, too, come before you, and we humbly pray,
May those who doubt, discover the joy of trust.
May those who despair, sense your loving presence.
Mary, Our Lady of Lourdes,
you said to Bernadette,
“I am the Immaculate Conception”
We pray for sinners. Show them the way of life and truth.
May we discover the joy of God’s forgiveness in our lives
Instil in us a desire for childlike innocence and trust.
You gave birth to Jesus, our Saviour and our brother,
look tenderly on our beautiful but troubled world.
Guide us to the One who is the Source of all hope,
Jesus, your Son, the way, the truth and the life,
Who teaches us to call God Father. Amen.

Our Lady of Lourdes – pray for us.

St. Bernadette – pray for us.

Family Offering Boxed Envelopes

Posted 14th January 2021 in Announcements

envelopes2The 2021 Family Offering boxes are available from the Parish Office.

If you would like your box delivered to you, or wish to register for a box, please contact the Parish Office.

Please hold onto your envelopes until such time as door-to-door collections can safely resume, or drop them into the Parish Office at your convenience.

If you prefer, you may donate online instead.

Thank you for your continued support of the Parish.

Mass Intentions

Posted 14th January 2021 in Announcements

You may now request a Mass Intention through the website - click here for more details.

Feast of the Epiphany

Posted 2nd January 2021 in Ceremonies

epiphanyOn Wednesday 6th January we will celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany, also known as Little Christmas or Nollaig na mBan.

The Vigil Mass for the Feast will be at 6.30pm on Tuesday, and Mass on the Feast Day itself will be at 10.00am on Wednesday.

Please note that the 10am Mass in Holy Trinity will be a Funeral Mass for the late Joe Fowley RIP. Mass in the neighbouring parishes of St. Monica’s and St. Benedict’s will also be at 10am.

Pray out the Old, Pray in the New

Posted 30th December 2020 in Ceremonies

78599046_10162727194425128_3136485496666980352_oNormally on New Year’s Eve we gather in the church for a Last Light Ceremony. This year that’s not possible, however you are invited to join Fr. Gerry by webcam at 4pm on Thursday 31st December as we reflect on the year just ending, and invoke God’s help for the New Year of 2021.

Urbi et Orbi

Posted 27th December 2020 in Ceremonies

Urbi et OrbiIf you missed Pope Francis’s Urbi et Orbi blessing on Christmas Day, you can watch it here:

Urbi et Orbi: Christmas reminds us we are all united as brothers and sisters

Mass Arrangements from 26th December

Posted in Ceremonies

Masses in Holy Trinity are via webcam only until further notice.

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