The Parish Draw is suspended during the pandemic.








This notification is to inform you Fr Joseph Quinn, a priest of the Archdiocese of Armagh, is subject to a decree of the Cardinal Archbishop of Armagh, which states that he is not to present himself in public or in private in the role of a priest, is not to wear clerical attire and is to desist from being in the company of young females in any guise whatsoever.

Can we also remind you of this notice which was sent out previously:

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin wishes to make it known that Clive Lynn, also known as Cathal O’ Lionn, formerly a priest of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe USA, was found guilty and dismissed from the clerical state on the 12th November, 2004 by Pope John Paul II, as a penalty for the sexual abuse of minors. He is forbidden to present himself as a priest, wear clerical attire or perform acts of ministry that are reserved to the sacred priesthood. The faithful are to be alerted in particular that Mr. Lynn or O’Lionn is not a priest in good standing and is consequently prohibited from celebrating the Eucharist or performing any priestly ministry.



If someone you love is having difficulties with alcohol, drugs, gambling, internet and you feel
isolated and alone dealing with this, we can help support you. Crosscare Drug and Alcohol Programme (DAP) is hosting a
‘Significant Other Support Group’ This will be:
a support to you…
a safe place…
a non-judgemental forum…
a place where you and others, who are going through similar concerns can get together and talk.

For Further information:

Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme, The Red House, Clonliffe College, Dublin 3.
Ph: 01-8360911 fax: 01-8367166 |
Mobile: 085 8194118
Email:  or (HSE)  


Interested in discovering the Gospel in a very practical way, with people just like yourself, contact the Young Christian Workers. 


The Office of Evangelisation provides numerous resources. Check out their website.


Mercy Centre is run by the Sisters of Mercy and a Core Group. Our aim is the ‘full flowering of the person’ (de Mello) as Jesus came that we may have life and have it to the full. We do this by offering programmes that encourage the personal and spiritual development of each person. We also direct Weeks of Guided Prayer in parishes.
Mercy Centre.
Brendan’s Drive, Coolock, Dublin 5.
Tel: 8487259.


Office: 01-5157512 9.30am - 12noon,
Outside Office hours: 01-5611390,