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Sundays

Saturday Vigil 7.00pm

Sunday 8.00am and 10.30am

Holy Days

Vigil 7.00pm

Holy Day 8.00am and 10.30am

Weekdays 9.30am.
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St. Fergal’s Parish

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Mass Times

For the Bray / Enniskerry Pastoral Area

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St. Fergal’s Parish, Ballywaltrim, Bray

Sundays

Vigil Mass      7.00pm

Sunday Morning Masses    8.00am   10.30am

Holy Days

Vigil Mass      7.00pm

Morning Masses      8.00am    10.30am

Monday – Friday & Bank Holidays     9.30am

Saturdays – Prayer Service   9.30am

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Holy Redeemer, Bray

WEEKDAYS:    10AM

Saturday:     10.00am

Sunday:     (Please note From Sunday 3rd November 2019 Irish language Mass will be  celebrated in St. Peter’s, Little Bray at 9:30am)

10.30am – Family Mass

12.00pm (Noon)

6.00pm

Holy Days (Solemnities):

7.00pm – Vigil Mass (If the Holy day falls on a Monday, Vigil Mass will be 6pm on Sunday)

10.00am

12.00pm (Noon)

Bank Holidays:

11.00am (No evening Mass)

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Our Lady Queen of Peace, Bray

 

Saturday (Vigil) 6:30pm

Sunday   10:30am & 12:00noon

Monday to Saturday 10:30am

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St Peter’s Parish, Little Bray

No Weekday Masses – Contact the Parish Office
Sunday:    9.30am Irish Mass  11:30am

Holy Day:  11.00am

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St. Mary’s Parish, Enniskerry

Sundays 11am
Holy Days 10.15am
Morning Mass at 10.15am – Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,Friday & Saturday
Prayer Service on Wednesday – 10.15am

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St. Mochonog’s, Kilmacanogue

Sundays 10am
Fridays 10am
Holy Days( as announced)

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St. Patrick’s Curtlestown

10.00am

                                      

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St. Kevin’s, Glencree

First Sunday of the month at 9am
Mass will also be celebrated on Christmas Day & Easter Sunday

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Amoris laetitia_ Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation on love in the family (19 March 2016) _ Francis

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BISHOP MARTIN

The Report of the Audit of Child Safeguarding in the Archdiocese of Dublin carried out by the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland was released during this week.

The Report warmly commended the diocese and our parishes for the “rational, comprehensive and integrated child safeguarding system it has developed”.   Special mention was made to the training programmes for parishes.

I would like to take this occasion to express my sincere thanks to all those in our parishes and communities – priests and lay people alike – who have dedicated their time and energies over these years to making the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin the safe place for children that it has become.

I ask your prayers for victims and survivors and I ask God’s continued blessing on our work in the area of the protection of children.