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.

Mass Times

MASS SCHEDULE: 

Parish Church                                                                                                             

Weekday Masses:

Monday to Friday:   10.00 a.m.

Weekend Masses:

Saturday:10.00 a.m. & 5.30 p.m. (Vigil)

Sunday: 9.15 a.m. & 11.00 a.m.

Please note there will be no 12.30p.m. Mass for now.                            

All Services will be available on the webcam.
Livestream at www.marinoparish.ie

St. Joseph’s – Rosmini

Weekday Mass:

Monday to Saturday: 10.00 a.m.

Weekend Mass:

Sunday:  10.30 a.m.      

LIVE RECORDING: Easter Sunday — Third Church

PETER AND JOHN RUNNING TO THE TOMB

Eugène Burnand: Peter and John Running to the TombThe Disciples Peter and John Running to the Sepulchre on the Morning of the Resurrection, oil painting by the Swiss painter Eugene Burnand,  dated 1898, now hanging in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

St. Vincent de Paul

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  dependent on  accepting individual responsibility . Stay safe.

Thank you for your co-operation

Community Supports for COVID 19

Please click here for additional information on supports available during the COVID 19 pandemic

 

Parish News

First Communion Banner Templates - Printable and Editable

First Communions: During the month of May we will celebrate no fewer than 7 First Communion Masses! Starting on Saturday 7th May, we will celebrate First Communion for the boys of Ms. Allen & Mr Sweeney’s classes from Scoil Mhuire. On Sunday 15th May we will celebrate First Communion for the children of Gracepark Educate Together and Howth Road Mixed National School. On Sunday 21st May, it will be the turn of Ms. Cahill & Ms Doherty’s class from Scoil Mhuire and of Ms O’ Hanlon’s class from St Vincent de Paul Girls’ School and finally on Saturday 28th May we will have the remaining 2 classes from St Vincent de Paul Girls’ School, Ms Walshe’s and Ms Drumgoole’s. Please keep all these children in your prayers during the month!

CONFIRMATION INFORMATION & RESOURCES - Diocese of Clogher

CONFIRMATION: Congratulations to the boys and girls of our parish schools who were confirmed, class by class, in 5 separate ceremonies here in the church in the run-up to the Easter holidays. We will continue to keep you and your families in our prayers, that the Holy Spirit will guide you and give you the strength and courage to practise your faith and live by Christian values.

UNIVERSAL SYNOD 2021- 2023 – LATEST NEWS- SYNOD FEEDBACK REPORT AVAILABLE

A very special thanks to all who participated in the Parish Synod.

Printed copies of the Synod Feedback Report will be available at the back of the Church after Masses on weekend of 30th April/1st May 2022.  To access the report online Click here

Prayer for Vocations:  Archbishop Farrell is asking for people and priests to pray for vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life on a regular basis.   ‘As you are well aware the need is great, so let’s answer God’s call and pray that the Lord of the harvest will send labourers into his harvest’.  A new Director and Assistant Director of Vocations have been appointed for the archdiocese, Fr Seamus McEntee and Fr Bill O Shaughnessy.

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Easter Sunday Mass – St. Jude Parish

Click here for the Gospel reading for this Sunday, May 15th, which tells us of the ‘new’ commandment Jesus gives us to live by.  Click here for background/reflection on all 3 readings of the day from the Sacred Space website. 

 

A Day of Fasting and Prayer for Ukraine - Congregation of the Sisters of St.John of God

The Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales, Ireland and Scotland have called on their Catholic communities to sustained prayer and self-denial during Lent as a offering to God, begging for an end to the pointless violence in Ukraine. They ask Christians everywhere and all who have an instinct for God to raise their hearts and minds in prayer for peace. More on this statement is available here.

Statement of Mission | Archdiocese of Dublin

A year after his installation, Archbishop Dermot Farrell, presents a Statement of Mission for the Dublin Archdiocese. This Statement highlights our core mission in a time of rapid change, setting out a vision for the diocese and providing values to inform our planning for the future. A video of the Archbishop introducing the statement is available here

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A PRAYER FOR WORN-TORN PARTS OF THE WORLD     (from Clonard Monastery, Belfast)
  • For those who are fleeing: sanctuary,
  • For those who are staying: safety,
  • For those who are fighting: peace,
  • For those whose hearts are breaking: comfort,
  • For those who see no future: hope.

 

Presenting the Year "Amoris Laetitia Family" - YouTube

On the Feast of Saint Joseph, Pope Francis launched the Amoris Laetitia Family Year, which will conclude on 26 June 2022, on the occasion of the Tenth World Meeting of Families in Rome. Speaking about the Amoris Laetitia Family Year, Pope Francis referred to it as a special year to grow in family love and an opportunity to place the family at the centre of both Church and society. Pope Francis also shared his hope that every family may feel in its own home the living presence of the Holy Family of Nazareth, that it may fill our small domestic communities with sincere and generous love, a source of joy even in trials and difficulties. Here is a video introduction to the year and there are resources for parents, grandparents & families here