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Donnybrook Parish

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The Church has reopened and the normal schedule of Masses is in operation
Saturday 18.00, Sunday 9.00, 10.30, 12.00 & 17.30 Monday to Friday 7.30 and 10.00, Saturday morning 10.00
Confessions: After the 10am Mass on Saturdays

* Masses will also be available online via the webcam.


The Parish Office has reopened 
to the public
Phone 01-2693926 or email: secretary@donnybrookparish.ie

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Does the Family continue to be good news for today’s world? I am sure the answer is yes! And this yes is firmly based on God’s plan.” - Pope Francis, March 2017.

WHAT IS THE AMORIS: LET’S TALK FAMILY! LET’S BE FAMILY! PROGRAMME?

Pope Francis believes that in a world where humanity is often wounded, mistreated, and dominated by a lack of love, the family is the “yes” of God as Love. In spite of all the pressures and difficulties it faces, Pope Francis believes that the family is still good news for today’s world.

In 2016, he wrote “The Joy of Love” (Amoris Laetitia), a document about love, marriage and family life, and now he has given Ireland a special responsibility. He has asked Ireland to host the World Meeting of Families in 2018 and to prepare for that event by offering families, parishes and groups a way of thinking about and sharing his message in The Joy of Love: that the Gospel of the Family continues to be Joy for the World.  

The Amoris: Let’s Talk Family! Let’s Be Family! Programme is a response to Pope Francis’ request. The programme aims to support families and parishes as we set out on the journey of preparation to the World Meeting of Families, taking place in Dublin from 21st to 26th August 2018, and to continue that journey in the years ahead. 

More information can be found at the Amoris: Let’s Talk Family! Let’s Be Family! website wwww.amoris.ie.

 

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Saint Of The Day

19 June 2021

  • St. Romuald: Saint of the Day for Saturday, June 19, 2021
    St. Romuald was born at Ravenna about the year 956. In spite of an infinite desire for virtue and sanctity, his early life was wasted in the service of the world and its pleasures. Then one day, obliged by his father, Sergius, to be present at a duel fought by him, he beheld him slay his adversary. The crime made such an impression upon him that he determined to expiate it for forty days, as though it were entirely his own. For this purpose he retired to a Benedictine monastery of St....