Notices

Reopening for Public Worship

From Monday 10th of May 2021, we are once again allowed to reopen for public worship. We very much look forward to welcoming you back to the Parish Church. The Mass times / numbers allowed are as follows:

Public Mass (Also available on the webcam and by phone)

Monday to Friday – 10am Mass ,…


Novena to St Joseph

Tomorrow we begin our Novena to St Joseph. Pope Francis has dedicated this year to St Joseph…

Easter 2021 Schedule


Novena of Grace (Online) 4th to 12th of March 2021

Join us for the Novena of Grace on our webcam. The Novena has been prayed in our parish for over 300 years and has been a source of comfort, strength and healing to so many. Halston Street Parish is the home of the Novena of Grace in Ireland having been the first the place the…


Video Message from Archbishop Farrell to Communion & Confirmation Families

Please find below the link to a recorded message by Archbishop Dermot Farrell to the parents of children due to receive the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation this year. It expresses to them and to parish communities the broad approach which is being taken: there is no pressure to celebrate the sacraments by…


No 9.30am webcam Mass on Wednesday 27th, Thursday 28th and Friday 29th of January

Due to a number of funerals coming to the church this week, we have no 9.30am Mass on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Funeral Masses are celebrated at 11am and Sunday Mass is at 12pm. Please remember in your prayers those who have died and their families.


How to Pray with Scripture: Lectio Divina

This Sunday, 24th of January 2021, we celebrate the Sunday of the Word of God. This Feast was constituted by Pope Francis in 2019 to allow us reconnect with life-giving presence of the Word of God in our lives.


Catholic Schools Week 2021

The theme of this year’s Catholic Schools Week is ‘Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith and Resilience’. Schools have been under so much pressure over the last twelve months and this shows little sign of letting up anytime soon. Faith and resilience are two key qualities that can help us in difficult times. This week let…


Please wear face coverings at all times while in the church

At the moment our Church is only open for funerals (maximum of 10 can attend) and weddings (maximum of 6 can attend). It is a mandatory requirement that all who enter the Church wear a face covering at all times. If you are attending a funeral or wedding in the church, you must be sure…


Church closed due to COVID-19 restrictions

As and from the 26th of December 2020, the Government have closed all churches to public worship. This means for us that the church is closed except for funerals. Funerals have also been restricted to a maximum of 10 mourners at this time.

We will continue to have Mass on the webcam and phone at…