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We are a community of people who believe in God who loves each one of us without limit. We try to live by the teaching and example of Jesus Christ with inspiration from His Holy Spirit. We try to love God with all our hearts and minds and souls and to love our neighbour as ourselves inspired by the example of Mary, Mother of God and of the Church and guided by St Canice and St Margaret. We are in communion with the Catholic Church, our Holy Father Pope Francis and our Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. You are welcome to come and walk along with us on the road to eternity.
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St Canice's Mass Times
Monday - Saturday 10.00am
Sat. Vigil 7.00pm Sun. 9.00am, 10.30 & 12.00
St. Margaret's Mass Times
Wednesdays & First Fridays 10.00am
Sat. Vigil Mass 7.00pm Sun. 11.00am
Benediction Each Wednesday 8.45pm

Aifreann as Gaeilge
Our Lady of Dolours Church
Glasnevin (Pyramid)
Gach Domhnach 9.30am

Clergy / Personnel
Parish Priest
Very Rev. Pádraig Ó Cochláin
Phone: 01-8341894

Rev. Michael Shiels
Phone: 01-8341051

Curate: St. Margaret's
Rev. Gabriel O' Dowd
Phone: 01-8341009

Parish Chaplain
Rev. John Andison
Phone 01-8341361

Parish Secretary
Marie O'Reilly

Paul Gernon

Pastoral Council
Mairéad O'Shaughnessy

Parish Office
Mon-Fri 9.30am - 12.30pm
Phone 01-8343110

News this week
  • Today Sunday 23rd October we celebrate Mission Sunday. See the Parish Newsletter
  • The Annual Mass for deceased parishioners will take place on Friday November 4th at 7.30pm.
  • St.Canice's Active Age Tuesday Club meet every Tuesday  at 2.45pm in St. Canice's Girl's School Hall. New Members are welcome.

Newsletter is sponsored by Fanagans Funeral Directors Finglas. Tel: 01-8345655

Click the picture to learn more about Mother Teresa

Fr. Pádraig Ó Cochláin

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Confession Times
Saturday 10.30am (except
after Funeral Mass)
Sat. 6.30pm - 6.50pm or
indeed upon request:
Contact any Priest.

The photographs opposite show the installation of the Stone for our Memorial Garden after the dedication at Easter.
All are invited to pause and pray for family, friends and neighbours of the three parishes of Finglas.
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