Mass Times

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.


National Collection for the World Meeting of Families 2018

Please support the third National Collection for WMOF2018 which will be taken up in our parish NEXT weekend the 24th & 25th of February 2018

Many Thanks



As part of our preparation for the World meeting of Families and for the six weeks of Lent, you are invited to attend a six-week session called


This Programme is based on The Joy of Love (Pope Francis) and is a gentle approach to looking a little more closely at what love looks like in the context of family. Using engaging short videos, animations and activities to encourage discussion, it will offer families, parishes and wider society an opportunity to think about our vision and hopes for family and marriage, and a chance to rediscover the gift that family is to the world.

The programme will also challenge us to reflect on how we can provide greater support for marriage and family in our local communities. In particular, Pope Francis has asked us to think about support for newly married couples and outreach to families in need.

We are looking forward to having lively and interesting discussion.

Refreshments will be served!

Day and Dates : Monday, 19th and 26th February and Monday 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th March.

Venue: St Fergals Parish

Time: 7.30 pm- 9 pm


Retrouvaille – A Lifeline for Married Couples

Do you want to improve the communication with your spouse? Are you hurt, frustrated or angry with your spouse? Does talking about it only make it worse? The Retrouvaille programme can help marriages at all stages. Next programme from 2nd – 4th February 2018. For information contact Tony & Anne (01) 495 3536, Mike & Anne (01) 450 0922, text or call 086 413 5440, or email or visit

Retrouvaille a programme designed to help heal and renew marriages in Ireland. The Retrouvaille programme can help you rediscover each other in a new and positive way.


Midweek Lenten Study Programme 2018

Wednesdays at 7.30p.m. in

Powerscourt School Hall

Climate Justice

21st February: Penitential Prayer Service in thanksgiving for the Gift of the Earth and Introduction to Lenten Programme led by Fr Kennedy and

Archdeacon Rountree

28th February: ‘Laudato Si’, 2015. An Overview –

Fr Donal Dorr

7th March: Catherine Brennan SSL – Eco Congregation Ireland – a National Perspective

14th March: Eco Congregation Ireland – A Diocesan Perspective from the Diocese of

Cashel & Ossory – Ven. Andrew Orr

21st March: An Eco Congregation (Shankill) – an ecumenical parish perspective –

Rev Trevor Stevenson



Would you be interested in joining our very
talented Church Flower Team ?
If so we would be delighted to hear from you!
You will be given training but if you have some
knowledge of flowers and colour co-ordination
that would be a big plus
So if you are interested please leave you name
with Jenny in the parish office
Many thanks



In order to comply with New Diocesan Legal Requirements, Garda re-vetting is in progress for all who are involved in parish ministries. If you have not already completed your “Request for Garda Vetting Form” please collect one from the Parish Office

Many thanks for your co-operation

Fr Larry



Volunteers are needed for the Baptism team.

If you are interested in joining the group

your support would be very much appreciated.

Please leave your name and contact details at the parish office



Novena to St. Anthony

Each Tuesday during

 the 9.30 a.m. Mass


September 4th 2016 (Phone) 363-002

Exposition of The Blessed Sacrament

Each Friday from 10.00am -1.00pm









Holy Redeemer Youth Centre

Inviting all secondary school students to join us in the Holy Redeemer Youth Centre on any Wednesday (1pm –5p m), Friday Night (6pm –9pm) or Saturday (2pm –6pm). A great atmosphere to make new friends in a lovely environment with loads of fun filled activities, movies and pool



Irish Country Women’s Association

Ballymorris, Bray Guild

10th Anniversary

The Bray Guild of the I.C.A., wish to thank to Fr Larry for allowing us the use of the Parish St Anthony room for our recent Craft Exhibition, which was indeed a great success.   We also wish to thank Peter Growney for his wonderful photo’s (these can be viewed on Facebook and on our Parish Website) and thank you to all who attended our exhibition that weekend.The I.C.A.Bray Guild meet on the 2nd Monday of each month at 8.00pm. in the St Clare’s Centre, Ballymorris, Killarney Road, Bray, and if you are interested in joining our group please come along

We would love to see you there !


Church Cleaners

Would you have a couple of hours to spare on

Monday or Tuesday Afternoon ?

If so, our regular Church Cleaning Team are urgently

in need of your help.

Please leave your name and contact details at the

parish office.

Many Thanks


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Volunteers: Our Lady’s Hospice and Care Services is recruiting for Bereavement Support Volunteers in Harold’s Cross and Blackrock. No experience is necessary as full training will be provided. The training will commence in September for the duration of the academic year. If you think you have the personal qualities and are interested in training to provide a support service to bereaved people. Please contact Ann D’Arcy, Bereavement Co-ordinator on 01-4068794 for further information OR Email




We would like to draw your attention to the new Defibrillator, which has recently been installed at the back of the Church.

The Parish are now looking for volunteers who would be willing to undergo specific certified training in CPR and the use of the Defibrillator under the guidance of the

Order Of Malta

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and being certified in CPR and the use of a Defibrillator please leave your name with Jenny in The Parish Office or


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Irish Countrywomen’s Association

Ballymorris/Bray Guild

Join us on the second Monday of every month at 8.00pm in

St. Claire’s Centre, Ballywaltrim, Killarney Road, Bray

Demonstrations, talks, discussions & Crafts, etc.

Contact us on

Phone Anne on 086 3994327



Age Action are organising beginner computer classes for over 55’s in the Bray area.

The classes are for older people who have little or no computer experience (or for the absolutely terrified!). The aim of the Getting Started programme is to introduce people to the basics of computers, internet and email. Classes are taught by trained volunteer tutors on a one to one basis with small groups of learners in a relaxed, non-formal setting.


We train older people on ipads, tablets and laptops.

For information contact

Age Action on 01 4756989


Bray Citizens

Information Centre

3-4 Boulevard, Quinsboro Road


Tel: 0761 07 6780

Free and confidential information, advice and advocacy service on all your rights and entitlements.

Social Welfare, Employment Rights, Housing, Etc.…




Society of St Vincent de Paul Dublin

‘Ever think of Volunteering’

It’s a wonderful way to give something back

3 or 4 hours a week is all that is required

Volunteers needed for home visitations and St Vincent’s Shops

Please contact Siobhan Tyrrell on:

01 8198414 or

siobhan. tyrrell


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