16th January, 2022
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Masses continue at the usual weekday times of 7pm in St Finian’s and 1pm in Our Lady, Queen of Heaven, Dublin Airport.
St Finian’s Church:
Saturday Vigil: 5.30pm
Sunday: 10.00am, 12.00pm.
Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church:
All Masses and other Services in St. Finian's Church are available on our webcam.
St. Finian's will remain open for visits from 9.00am until 6pm each day. Strict rules of sensible hygiene will continue to apply; please ensure you maintain a distance of at least two metres from others, use the sanitisers provided and wear a mask.
Mass intentions can be booked with Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 01 8409043.
There was no winner of our Jackpot this week, though four entrants matched three numbers. The Jackpot is now €1,100 for next week's draw.
Thank you to all who participate in the parish Lotto every week.
Don't forget to pick up your Lotto envelope at the church!
All Lotto envelopes must be submitted by 6pm every Sunday night. All funds from the Lotto draw will be used to complete works on both St. Finian’s Church and Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church - including renewal of ceiling and floors, and waterproofing and painting of exterior walls.
Lotto envelopes can be posted into the donation box on the wall as you enter the main door of St. Finian's church. Thank you for your support. Best of luck to everyone who enters our draw.
Masses Mon 17th Jan to Fri 21st Jan will be at the time of 7pm in St Finian’s Church.
Masses at Our Lady Queen of Heaven will be on Tuesday 18th January and Friday 21st January at 1pm.
Eucharistic Service will be on Monday 17th January, Wednesday 19th January and Thursday 20th January.
All donations to our crib this year will be given to the Morning Star Hostel. The Morning Star provides beds and meals for 64 homeless people in the city.
The hostel has been running since 1927 and has no paid staff.
It is run by the Legion of Mary who provide volunteers to manage and staff the hostel 24/7 every day of the year. Thank you all for your kind donations.
Mass leaflet with the correct readings for Sunday can be downloaded here: Missalettes
Instead of downloading every week, you may prefer a Sunday Missal of your own. If you get in touch with the parish office by emailing email@example.com we
we will gladly order one for you. They cost €15.
We would like to thank our parish volunteers for all their hard work in keeping everyone safe while they attended Christmas Mass in the parish. Everyone was able to celebrate the birth of our Lord in a safe way. Thank you all again.
Our parish is very blessed to have such a wonderful Baptism team. We thank them and ask the Lord to look after them in their good work throughout the year.
We welcome into our faith Community all the children who were baptised last Sunday.
Baptisms are on the following Sundays:
Feb 13th at 1pm.
March 13th at 1pm.
March 27th at 1pm.
April 10th at 1pm.
Holy Water is always available from our church. You will find it in bottles at our Lady’s Statue, and if not please ask any of our sacristy team to get some for you.
Many thanks to all who have given towards the Christmas dues envelopes. Your donation is very much appreciated.
Masses are being offered for the following:
Sunday 16th January
10am Betty Hynes (RD)
12 noon Tony McDonagh (RD)
Gerry Kealy (AN)
Tony McDonagh (RD)
Filomena Garcia Segovia (1st AN)
Patrick Dolan (RIP)
Jim McClean (RD)
John Gannon (8th AN)
Tony McDonagh (RD)
Special Intention (John Lee)
Maria Reilly (RD)
Joe Boland (11th AN)
Joyce McLoughlin (RD)
Joe Boland (11th AN)
Vigil at 5.30pm
Peggy Kelly (MM)
Kathleen Glennon (RD)
10.00am Mary O’Gorman (AN)
Paric Tunny (AN)
Fr Gerard Finnegan (AN)
Madeline O’Regan (RD)
12 noon Tony McDonagh (MM)
James Daly (RD)
Holy Souls in Purgatory, and the
Conversion of Sinners
Adoration will take place next Friday 21st January and the following Friday 28th January at 6pm, followed by 7pm Mass.
Jesus will bless you, your family, and the whole world for this hour of faith you spend with Him in the Blessed Sacrament.
Church Unity Week
The Swords Area Ecumenical Prayer Service will take place in St. Cronan’s Church, Brackenstown Road,
on Tuesday 25th January at 8:00pm.
You can attend in person or join us online at www.brackenstown-parish.com.
Why not start the New Year with Joy and Peace? Book the Rosary Statue for a week and notice the difference that praying the Rosary brings.
Just leave your contact details with Stephanie in the parish office (01 8409043) or with a member of the Legion of Mary. Brona (086 2104151) or Kathleen (086 3242710.
Couples intending to marry are required to give at least three months’ notice to the priests of the parish, whether the wedding will take place inside or outside the parish, so that the pre-marriage papers can be completed.