Mass Intentions for the Week

Cathedral Newsletter ~ followed by NOTICES and Level 5 Government Restrictions 

Click on the link below to read this weekend’s Newsletter.

Newsletter 11th April 2021


DONATE TO HELP FAMILIES IN NEED Community Connect Click for Pickup National Donation Day. Donate to support our work in four simple steps! 1️⃣Ring 086 2521297, Check if we are collecting in your location 2️⃣Look at the list of items and decide what you would like to donate (new/unopened items only please, cash donations can also be accepted in envelope)3️⃣Register your details on the link below to book your donation pickup  4️⃣Leave your items outside your door in a waterproof bag or bin liner by 1pm on Saturday March 20th, and we will pick it up!  For more information visit:  or donate at: 

Level 5 Covid-19 Restrictions 

Mass will be celebrated behind closed doors.


With effect from the 24th December 2020 up to 10 mourners can attend (from 26th April 2021 up to 25 mourners can attend)

With effect from 3rd January 2021, up to 6 guests are permitted to attend a wedding ceremony.

Baptisms – Please phone the Parish Office on 9121021


Vigil: Saturday 6pm;

Sunday: 8am, 10am and 12 noon

Please observe the two meter rule when entering the Cathedral f0r Private Prayer and on exiting the Cathedral and and in the grounds of the Cathedral.  

Please wear a mask in the Cathedral unless a medical condition prevents you from doing so. This is for your own protection and out of consideration for those in the Cathedral with you.

Please sanitise your hands upon entrance and exit.

Please do not congregate at the doors or in the Cathedral grounds.

Sacristy Access: To minimise risk to our Sacristy and Volunteers, it will not be possible to allow general access to the Sacristy for the time being.

Please arrange Masses through the Parish Office and arrange to meet with a Priest at the Parochial House – 9121021.

Divine Mercy Chaplet  at 3 pm via the Divine Mercy Facebook Page & Cathedral Website (click the ‘mobile’ button above the picture of the Cathedral) 

Our Lady, Queen of Ireland. Pray for us! 






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