Newsletter 28th & 29th January 2023

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

Sunday Missalette 29th January 2023

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 29th January 2023
 
The gospel today is the charter of a Christian (The Beatitudes): Jesus’ sermon on the mount. It is an invitation to live like him, and a challenge to serve him in our neighbour. 

Sunday Missalette 22nd January 2023

THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 22nd January 2023
 
Sunday of the Word of God. Catholic Schools Week begins The gospel and the life of Jesus makes true the words: ‘’The people that walked in darkness has seen a great light’’. Christian life is a calling that Pray brothers and sisters…….. this may continue to happen in every age, every place and in every society.

Newsletter 21st & 22nd January 2023

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

Newsletter 14th & 15th January 2023

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

Sunday Missalette 15th January 2023

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 15th January 2023
 
The Christian life is a calling from God to be companions of Jesus and work for the spread of his love and justice. All of us are asked to do this in our own lives.

Sunday Missalette 8th January 2023

THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD 8th January 2023
 
This is the feast of Jesus receiving from his Father the calling and mission which he followed through in his life, death and resurrection. We too are baptised into a similar relationship with God in Christ.

Sunday Missalette 1st JANUARY 2023

MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD 1st JANUARY 2023
 
World Day of Peace From the moment she was told she was to be the mother of God, Mary accepted God’s plan for her with willingness and humility. May we learn to respond to God in this way. 

Sunday Missalette 18th December 2022

FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT 18th December 2022
 
The birth of Christ is almost upon us now. We are reminded in Isaiah’s prophecy of the long-awaited Emmanuel – God in our midst. Like Joseph,  we need to make room for Jesus to enter our lives and our world.

Newsletter 17th & 18th December 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

Newsletter 10th & 11th December 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

 

Sunday Missalette 11th December 2022

THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT (GAUDETE) 11th December 2022
 
The coming of Christ is a message of joy: a joy founded and rooted in God’s love and care for his people, and his promise of an eternal companionship.

Newsletter 3rd & 4th December 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney Parish

 partnering with Loughlinstown, Shankill, Johnstown, Cabinteely & Sallynoggin

 

Sunday Missalette 4th December 2022

SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT 4th December 2022
 
The message of repentance during this season of Advent is a call to each one of us to look deeply into our lives, to renew and deepen our relationship with God. 

Newsletter 26th & 27th November 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney & Loughlinstown Grouping

Sunday Missalette 27th November 2022

FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT 27th November 2022

Advent is a reminder that our life on earth is a preparation for the life of eternity in heaven; and that we wait for the coming of Christ to take us home.

Newsletter 19th & 20th November 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney & Loughlinstwon Grouping

Sunday Missalette 20th November 2022

OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, KING OF THE UNIVERSE 20th November 2022
 
The Cross is a Throne and the Man hanging there is a King! That is the  Christ who turns all earthly values upside down. He is a king, not through wealth or reputation, but because he is a Man of compassion and of mercy, of justice brought to death. He is King of Creation and Son of God. 

Newsletter 12th & 13th November 2022

Ballybrack-Killiney & Loughlinstown Grouping

Sunday Missalette 13th November 2022

THIRTY - THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 13th November 2022
 
World Day of the Poor
The Mass today reminds us that in all despair and evils of life, the resurrection of Christ is a saving promise. Nothing can shake the certainty that Jesus has been raised and that God’s goodness can overcome every injustice and evil.