DIA'S MUIRE DHUIT!
CÉAD MÍLE FÁILTE ROMHAT ISTEACH!
YOU ARE VERY WELCOME TO OUR PARISH
We are a community of people who believe in God who loves each one of us without limit. We try to live by the teaching and example of Jesus Christ with inspiration from His Holy Spirit. We try to love God with all our hearts and minds and souls and to love our neighbour as ourselves inspired by the example of Mary, Mother of God and of the Church and guided by St Canice and St Margaret. We are in communion with the Catholic Church, our Holy Father Pope Francis and our Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. You are welcome to come and walk along with us on the road to eternity.
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News This week
- We would ask that in a special way you would remember in your prayers this week all those who have died and are suffering injury and loss after the tragic events in Manchester this week.
- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place this Tues, Wed and Fri. from 9am - 12noon and on Wednesday evening from 7pm-9pm concluding with Benediction.
- If you are aware of any parishioner who would benefit from a visit then, with their permission, make contact with the Parish Office to make the arrangements.
- We congratulate all the boys and girls of the Parish Schools who have made their First Holy Communion in both St. Canice's Church and St. Margarets.
- All are invited to attend the Finglas Arts Exhibition in St. Canice's Church of Ireland, Parochial Hall, Church Street, Finglas on Wednesday 31st May from 1.pm-3pm and 6pm - 8pm anf again on Thursday 12pm - 3pm & 5.30pm- 7.15pm,
- We welcome all our recently baptised chidlren expeciallly those baptised last Sunday Jamie Matthew Mulligan, Charlie Alexander Jaffray and Sebastian Jake Byrne.
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