Dom Marmion was a priest of Dublin Diocese who ministered in Dundrum before teaching in Holy Cross College. In 2000, parishioners of Dundrum celebrated his beatification and continue to pray for his intercession. The Dom Marmion Society, who care for the elderly in the area, continue to draw inspiration from him.
Last October, Dundrum Parish commissioned iconographer Mihai Cucu to write an Icon of Blessed Columba Marmion. The Icon will show key elements of Dom Marmion’s life and spirituality.
To mark the occasion of the unveiling and blessing of our new Icon, we cordially invite you to join with us for Evening Prayer on Sunday 30th September at 5pm. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin will bless the new Icon that evening.
Dom Columba McCann of Glenstal Abbey, Vice Postulator of the Cause of Blessed Columba M armion, will lead us in reflection on Blessed Columba Marmion and his inspiration to us today.
ANNUAL HEALING MASS IN KNOCKLYON PARISH:
Once again I'm making my annual appeal to choir members who are free to help us out with the singing at the annual Healing Mass in the parish of St. Colmcille, Knocklyon this Wednesday, 19th September at 11am. The hymns will all be familiar to you, I'm sure, and hymn sheets will be provided. We'll have a rehearsal at 10.30am.
Ray Ryan (choir director, Firhouse parish).
Ballinteer Men's Shed would like to invite you to Ireland's Biggest Coffee morning, together with Bewley's on the 20th September for Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services, Harold's Cross and Blackrock.
Where: Dundrum football clubhouse, Meadowbrook.
When: Thursday, 20th September 2018.
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm.
Organised by: Ballinteer Men's Shed.
Open to: Everyone.
Your support makes a real difference to the lives of Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services residents, patients and families.
Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza from the Diocese of Yola, Nigeria celebrates the World Meeting of Families Mass St. John the Evangelist Church Ballinteer August 21st 2018
In Sept 2016 Fr. Fidelis and Fr. Christopher arrived to our Parish from their homeland in Nigeria. Whilst it took them some time to adjust to our lovely Irish weather.... they were very quick to settle into life in the Meadowbrook Parish. Both Priests will leave us in August and will be missed by members of all 3 Parishes - Ballinteer, Dundrum and Meadowbrook. They maybe leaving us for now but they will always be welcome to what they will remember as their second home. Slan leat agus go raibh mile maith agat.
We are located at 75 Ludford Drive, Ballinteer, D16DY77