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Donnybrook Parish

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The Church is currently closed to Public Worship
The Church will be opened for private prayer each day after Mass until 4:45pm.

MASS TIMES – All Masses are Online Only* via our Webcam:
Monday - Friday: 7:30 am
Saturday: 10:00 am
Sunday : 11:00 am

* All Masses are recorded to view anytime during the day.


The Parish Office is
currently closed
to the public
Ring 01-2693926 or email: secretary@donnybrookparish.ie
to order Mass Cards, Certificates, Bookings and any other enquires.

EBW Holding ImageEcumenical Bible Week takes place from Pentecost (4th June) to Trinity Sunday. There’s a wide variety in the programme this year, including a symposium on the Reformation and Thinking Allowed Itis recommended to book for the Symposium which will be held onFriday, 9th June, from 2.00pm, chaired by Archbishop Michael Jackson) consists of two papers and a discussion. Prof. Tony Lane will open the proceedings with a discussion of the agreed statement on justification, signed by the World Lutheran Federation and the Roman Catholic Church. The second paper, by Prof Salvador Ryan, asks the question “How should we remember the Reformation?” The Thinking Allowed event, also on Friday 9 th at 7.30 pm, offers again reflections, this time from four different traditions. They will all respond to one question: Is the Reformation over? All details are on www.bibleweek.ie

This year for Ecumenical Bible Week, we are delighted to offer a very user friendly series of reflections on Scripture called Hearing, Happening and Hoping. The Scripture Reflections are based on the readings for Pentecost and Trinity Sunday and a mid-week reflection based on Psalm 148. They are easy to use and allow the reader to engage more fully with God’s Word and provide an opportunity to hear and listen to what God is saying. We hope parishes will make these available for people during Bible Week 2017. They can be downloaded from: http://www.bibleweek.ie/hearing-happening-hoping/

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Saint Of The Day

07 May 2021

  • St. Rose Venerini: Saint of the Day for Friday, May 07, 2021
    Blessed Rose was born at Viterbo in 1656, the daughter of Godfrey Venerini, a physician. Upon the death of a young man who had been paying court to her, she entered a convent, but after a few months had to return home to look after her widowed mother. Rose use to gather the women and girls of the neighborhood to say the rosary together in the evenings, and when she found how ignorant many of them were of their religion, she began to instruct them. She was directed by Father Ignatius Martinelli,...