Dun Laoghaire - St John's Church & Presbytery

Contact Info



Church
Upper Mounttown Road/ York Road
Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin A96 P793

Priory
12 Tivoli Terrace S
Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin A96 KV65

 

(01) 284 2206
[email protected]


Normal Schedule

Mass
Sunday 9:00 am Low Mass & 11:00 am High Mass
Mon-Fri 11:00 am Low Mass & 6:30 pm Low Mass
Saturday 11:00 am Low Mass

Confessions
Sat & Sun
30 min before Mass

Mon-Fri
Following the 6 pm Holy Rosary

Adult Catechism

A 25 minute catechism in the hall follows each Mass on Sundays.

Devotions

Monday to Friday      6:00 pm Holy Rosary
Fridays of Lent          5:50 pm Way of the Cross
Every Thursday          7:15 pm Miraculous Medal Novena & Benediction
First Thursday            11:30 am to 6:30 pm Exposition, Adoration, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
First Friday                 Benediction after 6:30 pm Mass
First Saturday             Benediction & Rosary after 11:00 am Mass

This Month's Bulletin

1st  All Saints / First Friday ~ Holy Day of Obligation

2nd  All Souls Day / First Saturday

3rd   XXI Sunday after Pentecost

10th  XXII Sunday after Pentecost

17th   XXIII Sunday after Pentecost

24th  Last Sunday after Pentecost

Announcements

November 2nd: On All Souls Day, three Masses for the Poor souls will be celebrated at 10am, 10:30am and 11am. Communion will be given only at the last Mass. The Rosary will follow the 11am Mass and include the 15-minutes Meditation for the First Saturdays Devotion. Confessions will be available during the Masses.

Indulgences for the Holy Souls: 2nd November : Plenary Indulgence for the Poor Souls by visiting a church and reciting the Our Father and the Creed.  From 1st to 8th November: Plenary Indulgence every day by visiting a cemetery and praying even mentally for the dead.

The usual conditions for a plenary indulgence are:

• State of grace at least when performing the indulgenced act

• Confession and Communion (8 days before or after)

• Prayer for the intentions of the Sovereign Pontiff (Pater or Ave or other prayers)

• Being detached from all affection to sin, even venial.

Remark: When we pray "for the intentions of the Sovereign Pontiff" we are praying for something objective, something determined by the Church and laid down long ago: the exaltation of the Church, the propagation of the Faith, the extirpation of heresy, the conversion of sinners, the concord between Christian princes, and the further welfare of the Christian people.

Eucharistic Crusade meeting: The next meeting for all members is Novemebr 10th. Please meet Fr. Ockerse in the hall after the 11 am Mass.

Young Adults’ Week End outing: November 16-17

History

Read about the history of the SSPX in Ireland.