Welcome to our Parish

The doors of our church are open every day and you are welcome. All who are coming here for many years would like you to know we would be delighted if you would join us for Masses or for prayers. It is God’s House and He is present to meet you when you come in. The Parish website has been set up as a means of reaching out to all, not only our parishioners but also our friends and relatives abroad. The website includes Mass Times, Weekly Newsletter and Contact Details.

We hope that the website will be a means for people to become involved in the life of the parish, both our community and parish groups, and a means of accessing information ALSO regarding participation in the various sacraments of the Church.

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Mass Times

Church of the Holy Name, Beechwood Avenue

Tuesday and Thursday 10:00am
Saturday 5.30pm Family Mass
Sunday 9.30am (Irish)
First Friday 10.00am
Holy Day 10.00am on the Holy Day
Vigil Mass for Holy Days 7pm


Building Hope Novena – concluding Monday 20th May

May 16, 2024

The Novena will conclude with Mass at 10.00am on Monday 20th May.

We thank all who participated in the Novena.

Choral Vespers and Evening Prayer Sunday 18th May at 6.00pm

May 13, 2024

The Dublin Consort of Voices will celebrate Choral Vespers on Sunday 18th May at 6.00pm

Sung Eucharist Saturday 17th May at 5.30pm

May 13, 2024

The Dublin Consort of Voices will celebrate a Sung Eucharist at our 5.30pm Mass on Saturday 18th May.

Building Hope Novena – 12th May to 20th May

May 13, 2024

You are warmly invited to join once again with every parish in the diocese in a Novena to the Holy Spirit – our dedicated period of prayer, reflection and planning for the renewal of the Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

Mass times this week : Monday 13th May at 10.00am

Tuesday 14th May at…

No Mow May

May 10, 2024

#NoMowMay is an annual campaign started by Plantlife in the UK, asking everyone to put away the lawnmower during the month of May to help our native wildlife.

Native Irish wildflowers like Dandelions, Clover, and Birds-foot trefoil provide the best source of pollen and nectar for our hungry wild pollinators. By mowing less, we can…

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