Novena of Grace 2021: Let us Dream
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:
Connect to online Masses at 7.30 pm nightly via our website: www.gardinerstparish.ie
Email SFXgardinerstreetparish@outlook.com or phone 8363411 if you need assistance.
Petitions: Cards available at our front office and on our website. Click on Petitions
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.
This Sunday 21st February at 12:30 pm watch the Family Mass celebrated by Fr. Gerry Clarke SJ on our website gardinerstparish.ie or on Gardiner Street Parish Dublin-Youtube.
Continues on Saturday 27th February. To get a link for the meeting email us at SFXgardinerstreet@outlook.com
The waiting room will open at 11.00am – please log in from 11.00am onwards for admission. You will remain in the waiting room until 11.30am. Take this time to make yourself a nice cup of tea or coffee to bring with you to the workshop. You will be admitted to the workshop at 11.30am. The waiting room will close at 11.30am sharp and the workshop will begin immediately.
February 27th: “When the doors were locked, Jesus came and said ‘Peace be with you.'” (Jn 20:19)
For many of us, the locked room of Jesus’ disciples has become a daily reality. Like them, we live with a combination of fear and hope, grief and new beginnings, confusion and trust. Gráinne Doherty explores how the scripture accounts of the first Lent and Easter almost 2,000 years ago, can speak to our experience of lockdown today.
Tarsus Scripture School for Lent and Easter 2021
Tarsus Scripture School is offering reflections on the readings for Holy Week and the Easter Triduum. At least in Ireland, it looks as if we will be not be celebrating together in church — all the more reason, therefore, to explore more personally the Word of God. The programme offers one webinar and one meditation. The meditation — after Easter — will be an opportunity to “take in” what we have celebrated over Holy Week and Easter.
9 pre-recorded lectures; 1 webinar; 1 meditation (€30)
- “Behold my servant”: the Servant of the Lord in Isaiah (Jessie Rogers)
- “And when I am lifted up, I will draw all people to myself”: Easter in John (Sean Goan)
- “Dying and raised to new life in Christ”: Salvation in Romans. (Kieran J. O’Mahony)
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. Parish resources are now available at Parishes – Resources | Trócaire (trocaire.org)
For registration and further details, please go to: www.tarsusscriptureschool.ie.