Welcome to St Mark’s Parish Website
As a Christian Community we seek to put Christ at the centre of our Parish by promoting worship and prayer and by endeavoring to live out God’s commandments of love and service of each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Thank you for visiting our web site. We hope you will learn a little from the information on all aspects of Community and Parish activity. Look under Churches for information about our two churches including Mass and service times or use our search facility. See our contacts page with information as to how to contact us.
We need your help and comments.
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First Communions and Confirmation ceremonies for 2020 /2021 have been postponed until further notice
We regret that due to the latest government guidelines all First Communions and Confirmation ceremonies for 2020 /2021 have been postponed until further notice.
We share your deep frustration with this unexpected development.
New dates for the celebration of these Sacraments will be posted when these restrictions are lifted.
Yours in Christ.
KNOW YOUR FAITH
Come to PATHWAYS: EXPLORING FAITH AND MINISTRY
An Adult Faith Development Programme
Applications are now open for the next intake of participants for Pathways.
This programme is run by the Archdiocese of Dublin. It will begin in DCU St. Patrick’s Campus, (MDCCE), Drumcondra Rd. Dublin, 9. on Thursday 30th. September 2021 (7.00p.m. – 9.30 p.m.). Places are limited so early application is advised.
Pathways is a two-year, one night a week, course for adults of all ages who wish to explore their faith.
It runs from late September to May each year. There are no exams and no written work. The only requirement is an openness to listening to others and to participate. You can just come along and enjoy!
The cost is €400 for the coming year which may be paid in instalments. Some sponsorship may be available for those of limited means.
For more information please visit the webpage: www.evangelisation.ie or contact: Eileen Houlahan, CHF, PhD, Director, Pathways Programme, Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin, DO3 P2E7. Phone : 01 8087594 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
Please read information below regarding public worship in our parish churches. all current measures will apply, including:
• Social distancing inside and outside church.
• Face coverings are mandatory for all adults, even if you’ve been vaccinated (unless certified otherwise by a doctor).
• Please use hand sanitiser entering and leaving church.
• Stewards are there to support our efforts. Please co-operate fully with them.
• 50 person limit in all churches. Doors will be closed on reaching the limit.
• Funerals and weddings will also have a 50 person limit
• All safety guidelines may be subject to change, according to guidance of the Bishops’ Conference and our own Archbishop Dermot Farrell.
Mass from St. Thomas’, Jobstown and St Mark’s, Springfield will continue to be live streamed on their respective websites.
St. Mark’s Church
Monday – Wednesday 10am
Thursday – No Mass – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Friday – 10am
Saturday Evening (vigil) – 6.30pm
Sunday – 12.30pm
Church of the Incarnation, Fettercairn
Sunday – 10am
St. Thomas’ Church, Jobstown
Tuesday and Thursday – 10am Tuesday – Prayer service at 10 am,
Sunday – 11.30am
St. Aidan’s Church, Brookfield
Saturday Evening (vigil) – 5.30pm
Sunday – 10.30am
St. Mark’s – Friday 11am – 12 noon (subject to availability of priest) or anytime on request.
We have been through so much together during this last year. Many of us have suffered greatly through bereavement, illness, loneliness, job losses etc. But the last year has also brought out the best in so many; supporting friends and neighbours in countless ways …. ‘the thousands of unremembered acts of kindness….’ This is the legacy that will help us build our parish community into the future. The last year has shown us that we don’t ultimately have so much control over our lives. This, understandably, can be a source of fear or freedom. Ultimately, it is an invitation to trust our lives to God every moment of every day. Jesus’ most oft repeated phrase in the Gospel is ‘do not be afraid’. As we continue to rebuild our lives and parish community may we build on the firm foundation of Jesus. Through him may we learn more and more clearly …. do not be afraid.
‘I have told you all this so that so that you may
find peace in me. In the world you will have
trouble, but do not be afraid; I have overcome’
the world (John 16:33)
Welcome home family.
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