Thought from Fr. Colm - 5th March

Can I take this opportunity to remind you of the parish Lenten Talk by Professor Tom O’Loughlin on Tuesday, 16th March. None of us are sure of the post-pandemic world. None of us are especially sure of a post-pandemic church.

Let us try and define, and prepare for, whatever eventualities do come our way. Details of how to join us on Zoom are in the bulletin. You’re more than welcome. The Bishops’ Conference has just yesterday (Thursday) issued guidelines for celebrations at Easter. They are as expected, extremely cautious. I know we’re going to deeply miss some, if not all, of the drama of the ceremonies. But let’s be thankful that we are able to celebrate at all.

Recent Posts

See All

Sadly, Alan McNamee left us. His death was not a surprise as he had been struggling with his health for some time now. However, his contribution to our parish was great: Traidcraft, Rota lists, and

The two main diocesan and church projects this year are The World Synod of the Laity and the Year of the Eucharist. These were planned pre-pandemic but ironically have been brought into greater focus

We journey into the new year with some degree of optimism that Covid won’t destabilise as last year. Caution is still asked of us, especially in church. Please, do support our marvellous stewards by