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Have a listen to a song of hope in these difficult days

COVID 19 UPDATE

Following the further restrictions issued today (March 24th) and on the advice of Archbishop Martin – from Saturday, March 28th, all Masses will be celebrated in the absence of a congregation and will be broadcast via the Parish Webcam.

Monday – Friday                                     10am

Saturday (Vigil for Sunday)                 6.30pm

Sunday                                                     10.30am

The Church will be opened after Mass each morning for private prayer.

CALL TO PRAYER

Pope Francis has invited the leaders of all Christian Denominations to unite in the prayer Jesus gave us – The Our Father, On the Feast of the Annunciation (Wednesday 25th of March).

On Friday 27th March at 6pm Rome Time, Pope Francis will lead a broadcast from the steps of St. Peters Basilica. Following the service of readings and prayers before the Blessed Sacrament will give his blessing – Urbi Et Orbi – To the City and the World. He invites all to join him via the various forms of media to join in this special time of prayer.

At 12 Noon on Wednesday the 25th March in response to Archbishop Eamon Martin’s appeal, we will join with the Bishop’s and priests in the consecration of Ireland to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We will broadcast that consecration from our Church on our Parish website. Please do join us.

The Blessings for those going on Camino to Santiago Spain will take place in our Church at 12 Noon on Saturday 28th March. For those unable to join us in the Church the ceremony will be broadcast on our Parish website.

 

We in the Parish of St James wish to be a place of inclusive non judgmental welcome to all people of faith and none, and where all are valued and respected.

Thank you for visiting our parish website which we hope you find informative and friendly. Our website has been created to offer you helpful information on parish life. As the church where many pilgrims begin their Camino to Santiago in Northern Spain, we provide an Irish passport and stamp.

Church Services

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Parish Activities

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Camino De Santiago

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St James’s Church is situated on the corner of James St. and Echlin St. The parish is served by Dublin buses 13, 40, and 123. The Red Luas line runs close by, with a stop at James St. (turn right at this station on to James St.) and Heuston Station is only a few minutes walk away.                                 Dublin Bikes have two stations at the front and rear of the church.

Passports for the Camino de Santiago are available from

Church Sacristy

on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

from 10.30am – 12.30pm

Buen Camino!

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