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 Novena of Grace 2021

Starts on Tuesday the 4th of March. This year we will have one evening Mass at 7.30 pm. It will be online only 

How to join the Novena

Via Zoom: Prior registration essential – email your request including your name to obtain the Zoom link to SFXgardinerstreet@outlook.com (requests will be served until 5 pm each day)

or

On Facebook: facebook.com/GardinerStreetParish

Petitions: Cards available at our front office and on our website.  Click here to make a petition on line

Light a candle: come to our front desk, call 01 836 3411 or click on the red donation button on our website and specify no of candles (in the "message to charity" box).

The Church will remain open for private prayer from 12noon to 5 pm.

We have prepared a booklet with the readings for each day, the Novena prayer and hymns. The booklet will be available in the Parish Office from Wednesday 24th February. Email or phone us to order a copy of the booklet.


Trocaire Lenten Campaign 2021

This year Trocaire’s Lenten Campaign will focus on exploring the Impact of Conflict on Families in South Sudan. This Lent, we learn more about the suffering of people who have lost their homes and loved ones to war, and how they are rebuilding their lives through love, friendship and solidarity.

Learn how can you support Trocaire's Lenten Campaign

Mass Readings

Please click here for today's readings.

Please click here for reflections

 

Sunday Homilies

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time- 14th February 2021

Readings: Lev 13:1-2, 44-46. Ps. 31. 1 Cor 10:31-11:1. Mk 1: 40-45

Fr. Gerry Clarke SJ

God knocks on our door and sometimes we are slow to let Him in!  But with the help of wise teachers and good friends we can begin to open the door.

Yesterday we had the second in our series of Saturday Coffee Mornings: Springtime Spirituality.  This time we listened to Michelle Russell who is a counsellor and spiritual director and she explored with us the Serenity Prayer.  This was the favourite prayer of a very influential priest when I was in school, Fr. Joe Brennan SJ and he often used to quote it during religion class.  I’d say it’s one of those things that you take with you for life so that, while you might not appreciate it when you first hear it, you are opened to hear it in later life when the time is right.

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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 prayer intention for February: For women who are victims of violence

Today, there continue to be women who suffer violence. Psychological violence, verbal violence, physical violence, sexual violence.
It’s shocking how many women are beaten, insulted, and raped.
The various forms of ill-treatment that many women suffer are acts of cowardice and a degradation of all humanity. Of men and of all humanity.
The testimonies of the victims who dare to break their silence are a cry for help that we cannot ignore.
We must not look the other away.
Let us pray for women who are victims of violence, that they may be protected by society and have their sufferings considered and heeded by all.

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