Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina (‘Divine Reading’ or Praying with Scripture) is held in the Pastoral Centre on Mondays at 7pm. All are...

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Music Ministry

Music Ministry

The parish of Our Lady of the Rosary has a proud tradition in sacred music and music continues to play...

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Eucharistic Adoration

Eucharistic Adoration

Prayer is the heart of what we are as a parish. Spending time before the Blessed Sacrament draws us back...

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Other News & Resources

Sunday Message
Jesus invited the disciples to come and see how he lived. How have you come to learn how Jesus lived, and what he was looking for in life? How...

Universalis
Follow the daily Mass Readings and Liturgy of the Hours (Divine Office).
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Photo pages
Parish outings to Glenstal and the Rock of Cashel; parish celebrations; Eucharistic Congress events; and the pilgrimage to the Holy Land...

 
Mass Times

Saturday    7.00 pm (Sunday Vigil)
Sunday  10.30 am (Family Mass) & 12.00 pm
Monday-Friday  10.00 am
Monday-Friday Holy Days  10.00 am & 7.00 pm
Saturday and Bank Holidays  11.30 am

 Sunday Mass times in the surrounding areas are available here.

 
Location

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Our Lady of the Rosary, Harold’s Cross

Bus routes: 16 and 49. The 18, 83, 9 and 54a also stop nearby.

 

Latest News

Today’s Mass Readings
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Icon for the World Meeting of Families
As we prepare for World Meeting of Families on 21st-26th August, an icon is travelling to each diocese. Copies are available in the church. On each outside panel or ‘door’ there is an angel: Michael on the left, Gabriel on the right. The words ‘Amoris Laetitia’ mean ‘The Joy of Love’ – the message from Pope Francis about the family.
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When we open up the doors we see in the centre the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph gathered around the table.
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The image on the left panel depicts a story from the Gospel of St Mark. Jesus brings back to life the daughter of a man called Jairus. The image on the right is from the wedding feast at Cana, a story from St John’s Gospel.
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Read more at amoris.ie
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