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Welcome from Fr Brian Daly






The parish has installed a webcam in the church to broadcast Mass over the internet. This service will be beneficial for the parishioners abroad and for the sick and elderly at home. The service can be accessed on and NOW can be accessed through the parish website on CLICKING THE HYPERLINK ABOVE. Please also note a set top box is needed for those parishioners who wish to view the services on their televisions; however internet is still required. The webcam can be viewed on laptop, PC, smart phone, kindle etc. For further information on the above please contact Seamus McNichol, MCN Media on 07732329066.


St Patrick’s & St Brigid’s Church Car Park will be closed after 12.00noon Mass on Sunday 27th August


St Patrick’s & St Brigid’s Church will be closed after 10.00am Mass

on Monday 28th August & Tuesday 29th August.



Journey deep into the Faith.

Using breathtaking and high-definition cinematography, the truth, goodness, and beauty of Catholicism are illustrated in a multimedia experience. Journey with Bishop Robert Barron to more than 50 locations throughout 16 countries. Be illuminated by the spiritual and artistic treasures of this global culture that claims more than one billion of the earth's people. Learn what Catholics believe and why.

This ten part series continues in the crypt of the church on Monday mornings at 10.30,

This ten part series continues in the crypt of the church on Monday mornings at 10.30,

with Episode 7 on this Monday, 21st August

Episode 7 - Word Made Flesh, True Bread Of Heaven: The Mystery of The Liturgy and The Eucharist

Bishop Barron explores the ancient practices of the Church’s worship that endure to this very day, and the notion that “all value is summed up in the liturgy, the supreme act by which we commune with God.” Considered by the Catholic Faith to be “the source and summit” of its identity and mission, the Eucharist is the central practice of the Church’s culture. Bishop Barron describes all the parts of the Mass, and shows how the Sacred Liturgy embodies the whole of the Faith in diverse places as Jerusalem, Rome, Chicago, Orvieto, Mexico City.

and Episode 8 on Monday, 4th September

(please note there will be no episode shown on Monday 28th August, Lammas Fair Monday)

Episode 8 - A Vast Company Of Witnesses: The Communion Of Saints

The story of the Church is told in the examples of those men and women who dedicated their lives to knowing and serving Jesus Christ. The Catholic Faith is made visible in real human lives. Bishop Barron gives consideration to some of the Church’s greatest heroes, and demonstrates how their extraordinary examples display both the passion and creative potential of the Catholic Church. Highlighting Katharine Drexel, Therese of Lisieux, Edith Stein, and Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Bishop Barron tells the story of the Church as a vast company of witness who are called by Christ to be a Communion of Saints.






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