On each of the next four Sundays of Advent, at our Family Mass, the children will remind us through drama, prayer and song of the journey Mary and Joseph made to Bethlehem. We invite all to come and join with us on each of the Sundays as we make our own preparation for the birth … Continue reading Childrens Advent Quiz and Crib competition
We are delighted that Breda O’Doherty has kindly accepted the invitation to be Chairperson of our PPC. Many thanks to Marie Cunningham for her dedicated years as former chairperson. The PPC would welcome your suggestions and comments on Parish life in Ballygall. Please see suggestion forms in all the porches for completion and return to … Continue reading Ballygall Parish Pastoral Council
You are invited to attend a special evening for all Ministries in the Church on Tuesday 22nd November at 7.30 p.m. Father Damian McNeice has very kindly agreed to talk to us about the importance of our ministries. Eithne Merrins and Betty Tunstead look forward to meeting you on the 22nd and share some refreshments … Continue reading Invitation to all Ministers
Sunday 20th November 10.30 Mass. This is for all boys and girls going to receive their First Holy Communion in 2017.
The Franciscans will be in Ballygall on Wednesday Dec 21st at 7.30 for our annual healing service. Save the date.
The monthly collection for St. Vincent de Paul takes place after all Masses next weekend 12-13 November
Keep Fit for Members Thursday 10th November 3.15pm to 4.15pm Fr. Maloney Centre, Drapier Road, Dublin 11.
The PPC would welcome your suggestions and comments on Parish life in Ballygall. Please see suggestion forms in all the porches for completion and return to the parish office, alternatively fill in the following form.
On Saturday September 10th, the combined Parishes of the Glasnevin Grouping joined together in pilgrimage to Glendalough. Glendalough became an important place of pilgrimage when the Celtic monastery of St. Kevin flourished there from the 6th to the 11th century. Long after the monastery closed and especially during the 17th and 18th centuries, pilgrimage became … Continue reading Glendalough Pilgramage
In his Message for Mission Sunday, the Holy Father says the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy invites us “to consider the missio ad gentes – the mission to the world – as a great, immense work of mercy, both spiritual and material.” World Mission Sunday, he continues, calls us “to ‘go out’ as missionary disciples, … Continue reading Message from Pope Francis for World Mission Day 2016