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.


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


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.

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

To View the Mission Statement for the Archdiocese click here

 To view the statistics for Marino Parish click here

To join the Zoom Parish Meetings on Thursday , June 16th at either 11am or 7.30pm, as part of the Parish Building Hope Project, please click here.


Prayer for the Season of Creation 2022

Creator of All, from your communion of love your Word went forth to create a symphony of life that sings your praise. By your Holy Wisdom you made the Earth to bring forth a diversity of creatures who praise you in their being. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge.

You called human beings to till and keep your garden. You placed us into right relationships with each creature so that we could listen to their voices, and learn how to safeguard the conditions for life. But we turn in on ourselves and away from our co-creatures. We close our ears to the counsel of our fellow creatures. We fail to listen to the cries of the poor and the needs of the most vulnerable. We silence the voices of those who hold the traditions that teach us to care for the Earth. We close our ears to your creative, reconciling and sustaining Word that calls to us through the Scriptures. We lament the loss of our fellow species and their habitats that will never speak again. We grieve the loss of human cultures, along with the lives and livelihoods that have been displaced or perished. Creation cries out as forests crackle, and animals alike flee the fires of injustice that we have lit by our unwillingness to listen.

In this Season of Creation, we pray that you would call to us, as from the burning bush, with the sustaining fire of your Spirit. Breathe upon us. Open our ears and move our hearts. Turn us from our inward gaze. Teach us to contemplate your creation, and listen for the voice of each creature declaring your glory. For “faith comes from hearing.” Give us hearts to listen for the good news of your promise to renew the face of the Earth. Enlighten us with the grace to follow the Way of Christ as we learn to walk lightly upon this holy ground. Fill us with the hope to quench the fires of injustice with the light of your healing love that sustains our common home. In the name of the One who came to proclaim good news to all creation, Jesus Christ. Amen.



Parish News

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First Communions: A new school year has just begun and so our thoughts turn to our journey of preparation for the Sacraments of First Communion and First Reconciliation to be celebrated in May of next year for our new group of 2nd class children. If you would like your son or daughter to celebrate these sacraments with us, please register them using this form and return it to the church sacristy by Fri 23rd September. You also need to read one of the following letters – Scoil Mhuire parents click here, SVDP parents click here and Gracepark Educate Together/Drumcondra Church of Ireland parents click here! We very much look forward to meeting you and your child and accompanying them throughout the year ahead!


CONFIRMATION: A new school year and a new group of boys and girls getting ready for Confirmation! Registration forms for celebrating the Sacrament of Confirmation are available here. You also need to read this letter if a Scoil Mhuire 6th class parent and this letter if a SVDP 6th class parent. If your child for Confirmation does not attend either of these schools please complete the registration form and make contact with the parish office.


The Diocesan Synod Report has been published and has been sent to the Irish Bishops Conference and will contribute to the “Synod on Synodality” in Rome in October 2023. The Irish Church will continue to prepare for a National Synod in three years time.

Almost 13,000 people engaged in the process across 173 parishes. There was remarkable convergence between our parish report and the diocesan report. Four major trends emerged:

The importance of community belonging.

The role of women.

The place of young people.

The inspirational leadership of Pope Francis.

Copies of the full report will be available at the back of the church or by clicking here.

Copies of the Marino Parish Feedback Report can be found at the back of the Church or by clicking here.

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Click here for the Gospel reading for Sundays and here for background/reflection on those readings from the Sacred Space website.

Prayer after Communion 

Lord, we are grateful; now may we be generous. Lord, we have been nourished; now may we nourish one another. May we be bread for one another, the  bread of compassion, the bread of encouragement, the bread of life.

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.


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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.




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.