Christmas Cards (Divine Word Missionaries) are on sale in the parish office/shop. The cost is €6 per pack of 12 cards. We also have Church Art calendars for 2020 @ €2 each. The shop/office is open Monday to Friday, from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY Sunday 8th December Carol Service at 1.30pm in St. Mark’s Church (after 12.30pm Mass) followed by light refreshments. Tuesday 10th December Service of Reconciliation at 7.30pm in St. Mary’s Priory Church, Tallaght Village Thursday 12th December Monster Christmas Bingo in St. Mark’s G.A.A. Club at 8.45pm sharp. All proceeds will be shared between St. Mark’s Parish and St. Mark’s G.A.A. Club
St. Joseph’s Young Priests’ Society Mass of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Priesthood A Mass of Thanksgiving for the Gift of Priesthood, concelebrated by Priests from parishes in the diocese, will take place on Sunday, 24th November at 3.30pm, the Feast of Christ the King. Parishioners are cordially invited to attend the Chief Celebrant will be Fr. McEntee, Chaplain to the Society and Fr. Pat McKinley, Moderator for the parishes…
The free café is also open on Wednesdays 1pm – 3pm in the church and all are welcome to call in for a free tea/coffee, a biscuit or two and some friendly chat.
Advent Online Retreat The Priory Institute, Tallaght, are offering an online retreat based on the ‘O Antiphons’ of Advent which were composed in the sixth and seventh century to accompany the Magnicat Evening Prayer for the last seven days of Advent. A team of presenters will guide participants through a series of reflections on these great ‘O Antiphons’ during the second part of Advent from the 17th to 23rd December….
The Deep End – ‘Endurance’ We are reading the final chapters of Luke’s Gospel for Year C. Jesus is in Jerusalem and the passages we hear are talking about end times. The people gathered are obviously excited, having seen how magnificent the Temple is, but the time for excitement might not be just yet. Jesus reminds them, and us, that these things are short-lived and we should not be too…
News 17th November 2019