Welcome to the Website of St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Marino, Dublin, Ireland. We are a parish of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin.
We are a north side Dublin community of 5,000 homes with a population of approximately 13,000 people. We are a Parish with a vibrant community, made up of “old” Marino people and relative “newcomers” from all walks of life.
We aim to live out our Mission Statement: “THE CATHOLIC PARISH OF MARINO WILL FOSTER A VIBRANT, CARING COMMUNITY THAT IS LOVING, WELCOMING AND SUPPORTIVE OF ALL”
Our mission is to grow in the image of Christ through the Holy Spirit, to be formed by the Word and our prayer, to use our gifts to welcome those who are here and reach out to those who are not. We invite you to join us as partners in the mission. Together, let us get to know Christ better and to make Him better known.
May God Bless you wherever you are and thank you for exploring our website.
Tom Noone P.P.
Marino Parish – Mass Times
In line with Government advice issued on Dec. 22nd. Masses will not be open to the public from Dec. 26th. 2020.
St. Vincent de Paul
Mass will be broadcast from Marino Church on the webcam on Sundays at 11.00am., and on weekdays at 10.00am.
Livestream at www.marinoparish.ie
The Church will be open for private prayer from 11.00a.m. to 5.00p.m. Monday to Saturday and from 12.00noon to 5.00p.m. on Sundays.
PLEASE PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING:
- Please use Hand Sanitizer , available at the entrance to the Church
- Wear a Face Mask (Mandatory)
- Maintain Physical Distancing – please do not kneel in Church
- Practice Good Respiratory Hygiene.
CONTACT TRACING – If possible, please download the HSE Contact Tracing App on your phone or drop your name and contact number into the safe at the main entrance as you enter the Church.
Safe opening of the Church is dependant on accepting individual responsibility . Stay safe.
Thank you for your co-operation.
CONFIRMATION – the next Mass in our journey of preparation for Confirmation will be celebrated via the web at 12.30pm this Sunday, 24th. The hymns, prayers and readings are available here (The church will open for private prayer at the slightly later time of 2pm)
We have moved from the Christmas season & are now in Ordinary Time. “Ordinary Time isnt meant to be ordinary at all! Rightly understood, it is a time not only to rest from what has passed but also to prepare for what is to come. There is nothing ordinary about a life that has been touched by the reality of God becoming man”.(Quote from Rachel Bulman) And Here is an explanation of ‘ordinary’ time and of what happens at Mass on ‘ordinary’ Sundays.
Thought for the new year
We are at the start of the new year and beginning again, an invitation to look in two directions. What happened for me in the last year, both in my ordinary life and in my life as a believer, a person of faith? For what do I ask forgiveness? For what do I give thanks? We also look forward and the new beginning gives us a chance to start again on the Way of Discipleship. Both thanksgiving and renewal are to be found in today’s readings. The Gospel is an invitation to wake up, to keep watch, to live fully the present moment under God, in whom we live and move and have our being.
Wake us up, O God, at the start of a new year and rouse us from the
slumber of the everyday that we may recognise you in every moment
and in every person
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A Week of Prayer for Christian Unity takes place from 18-25 Jan. The theme of the week is ‘Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit’ (John 15:1-17) and has been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. Resources for the week are available here and include daily prayer for in the home.
Fairview/Marino Tuesday Club – While the Tuesday Club has not been able to meet since the start of the lockdown in March, they have put together a document called ‘Memories and Musings’. Hopefully you will enjoy this wonderful collection of memories that was compiled in response to a Writing Activity organised by the Club. Please click here to read the article.
Fr. Willie Stuart- Lebanon Food appeal