Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding – E-Vetting – Marino & Rosmini 

The Volunteer Vetting programme is a 2 step process. Part 1 is a paper based form and Part 2 is an On-Line form. If you do not have a valid email address please contact the Parish Office as we can assist with this part of the process.

If you would like to download the Volunteer Vetting form (NVB1), please click this link  Parish NVB1 form.

Please note:

  1. Page 1 of the form contains guidelines for completing the form correctly.
  2. Section 1 and Section 2 of form should be completed by the Volunteer.
  3. Section 3 of the form will be completed by the Parish Office in the presence of the Volunteer. The Parish office will verify the identity of the Volunteer presenting the form. The Volunteer is required to provide two original documents to validate their identity as per Proof of Identity guidelines. A scoring system is applied the Identification documents. The I.D. Documents provided must make up a score of 100.
  4. The documents can be submitted in person at Marino Parish Office between 10 a.m. – 12 noon on weekdays.

Vetting Services for the Archdiocese of Dublin are completed by the National Vetting Bureau formerly the Garda Vetting Unit. The local parish submits Vetting Information Forms on behalf of the applicant to the Archdiocese Office who in turns forwards them to the National Vetting Bureau. The National Vetting Bureau will then email you a link to complete the Second part of the Vetting Process the on-line form, based on the email that you enter on the form.

 

2019 Archdiocese Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy

Please click here to access the updated Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Policy.

 

Parish Child Safeguarding Guidelines

These guidelines are specifically for children involved in activities organized by the Marino Parish and/or Parish related pastoral organizations. In Marino Parish, we follow ‘Our Children, Our Church’, the Child Protection Policies and Procedure for the Catholic Church in Ireland. A copy is available in the sacristy. Summaries of the Parish Child Protection policy are displayed in the prominent positions on Church property. Full copies of the policy are available from the sacristy and can also be downloaded here Child Protection in Marino Parish.

 

Public Masses Postponed

Mar 13, 2020

In order to prevent the spread of the Covid 19 Virus, after the 10.00am Mass today Friday 13th March there will be no further Public Masses in Marino Parish Church or in St. Joseph’s Rosmini Church until further notice. We have a duty of care to our parishioners and to all in our country to protect the health of people. The situation will be reviewed as new information becomes available. Catholics have been dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for the duration of these special measures.
This is a time for us to pray for each other and for our country and our world as we face this crisis. There will be a Mass broadcast from Marino Church on the webcam on Sundays at 11.00am., on weekdays at 10.00am, and on St. Patrick’s day at 11.00 AM but there will be no congregation present. I encourage you to tune in to the web broadcast. Mass is  also broadcast daily on EWTN TV station. Please continue to pray and to look after your neighbours. The Church will be open during the Day for people to pray in.

 

PRAYER  FOR  SPIRITUAL  COMMUNION:

For those who cannot attend Mass and receive Holy Communion, the following prayer may be said:

My Jesus,
I believe that You
Are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things
And I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
Receive You sacramentally,
Come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as if You were already there
And unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.