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This is Father General’s message for the feast of St. Ignatius this year. He is orienting us already towards the experience that the Ignatian Year will be offering.


PARISH OFFICE HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS

From Tuesday 4th to Monday 17th of August, the Parish Office will be open only Monday to Friday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The Parish Office will be closed this Monday (10th August). Sorry for the inconvenience.


IMPORTANT NOTICE

According to government regulations, there is a limit of 50 people who may gather indoors at one time, so until further notice we can only accommodate 50 people inside the Church at a time. Once we reach that number doors will be closed.

We would appreciate your patience and understanding. 

Mass will still be viewable on webcam via our website gardinerstparish.ie

We strongly encourage people over 70, with underlying conditions or with symptoms of Covid-19 to watch Sunday Mass on live streaming. In case you wish to have Holy Communion brought to you please call 01 836 34 11 during work hours.

 


SPIRITUAL COMMUNION 


SUPPORT SERVICES

There are some special Support Services set up to help people during the Covid 19 pandemic. We have created a list of these. se click here for support services


Would it help to talk?

The stress arising from trying to cope with the Covid 19 pandemic can be overwhelming.
Spiritual Direction is one way to help find a balance by taking time to reflect on your life.
If you would like to find out more about this service, please telephone Christine on 085 1569213.
Christine, a qualified and experienced spiritual director is on the Parish Team at Gardiner Street and will be happy to talk to you.

Nothing is so fundamental to the spiritual life as learning to listen ...


 

Mass Readings

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Focus on Sunday 9th August 2020

 

Homily of Fr. Gerry Clarke SJ Sunday 28th June 2020

Sunday 28th June 2020 – PRIDE WEEKEND

Gardiner Street Gospel Choir Mass

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A)

Readings:  2 Kings 4:8-11.14-16   Psalm 88:2-3.16-19   Romans 6:3.8-11   Matthew 10:37-42

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Welcome to Mass this evening.  As James said, we’re celebrating Pride, and we’re welcoming every member of the LGBT community to join us, and celebrate with us, the Eucharist.  The message from our Gospel is all about welcome, but it’s also about the cost.  And indeed, over the years, the LGBT+ community has, and continues to suffer, the cost of being Christian.

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Thank You

 

Thanks to all who have donated to the Church through our website. Your generous contributions help in the running expenses of the Church and are greatly appreciated, especially in this difficult time.

You can know donate online in three easy steps. For more details visit our website and click the red DONATE button.

Pray with Pope Francis

 

Pope’s August prayer intention: people in the maritime world

The life of sailors or fishermen and their families is very difficult. Sometimes they are victims of forced labor or are left behind in distant ports. The competition of industrial fishing and the problem of pollution make their work even more complicated. Without the people of the sea, many parts of the world would starve. Let us pray for all those who work and live from the sea, among them sailors, fishermen and their families.

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