Useful website links for Prayers

Hi there! The files below are from the Diocese and give some useful website links for prayers – also good advice for family prayer. Just click on the links to download the files.

Hope you all enjoy them!

October 2020 Parish Newsletter

Here is our October Newsletter. We hope you enjoy it!

Live Mass Recordings

As many of you know, we now have a Live Feed service in the Parish, enabling us to broadcast (and record) the Daily as well as the Sunday Masses.

The recordings will be available shortly after the mass, when the video is uploaded.

So first of all: we would like to thank our viewers – as we had more than 150 different households connected with us during last Sunday Mass!

To view the recording is very simple: go to the Live Feed menu, then select the Recordings tab (check the image below).

A direct link to last Sunday Mass’ (October 18th 2020) Recording (for Viewing and Downloading) can be accessed here

Donations – World Mission Sunday

As Fr. Louis and Pádraigín reminded us in today’s Mass, this Sunday is the “World Mission Sunday“, which is a direct reminder of the multiple missions going on around the World, and a direct appeal for spiritual and financial support so that the life-giving work of missionaries can continue.

Please find in the attachment below important information on how you can support WMI:

For more information, please check the World Mission Ireland website:

Live Mass Broadcast Updates

Here we go again! Last Sunday we had unfortunate technical issues which prevented our Sunday mass broadcast.

After solving the issues, we are happy to announce we will have our first Sunday mass broadcasted this Sunday October 18th at 11am – this will also be recorded, in case anyone misses it!

Click the ‘Live Feed‘ button on our website’s menu to watch it!
Otherwise, here is the direct link to share with friends:

All are Welcome! – Fáilte Isteach!


The proposed Residential Development (cost rental and social accommodation), at the former St Michael’s Estate, has created much justifiable and grave concern among the local community.

Led by Dublin City Council, in conjunction with Design Team Bucholz McEvoy and Connect the Dots, the project has now entered the First Phase of a Four Phase consultation process with the local community.

You are invited to submit your concerns, ideas, hopes, for the development in the following ways:

  1. By answering an online survey at:
  2. By picking up a hardcopy of the survey at the local library( temporarily located in Richmond Barracks) and returning it, completed, to the library.
  3. By phoning your comments to 01 -2226538

This is an opportunity for our community to be heard – we must have our say – make sure you have yours ! Answer the survey today! Ní neart go cur le chéile!

PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for submissions and feedback is November 5 th 2020.


St Michael’s Parish adheres strictly to the government and diocesan guidelines regarding Covid 19.

Our church has resumed its activities and services.
Wearing masks is no longer mandatory, but advisable.

We wish all our community most well at this challenging time.

Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine!

Note about Thiago Cortes RIP

St Michael’s faith community wishes to extend its sincere sympathy to all the Brazillian community in the Parish and throughout Dublin and  Ireland,  on the recent,  tragic and untimely death of their fellow country man, Thiago Cortes. 

May he Rest in Peace. Solas na bhFlaitheas dó. 
We pray for his parents and family and friends. We pray that justice will be done for Thiago.

“A Comunidade da Paróquia St. Michaels deseja, por meio desta, extender os sinceros pêsames e simpatia a todos os membros da Comunidade Brasileira na Paróquia, em Dublin e na Irlanda em função da recente e trágica morte do seu conterrâneo Thiago Côrtes. Que ele descanse em paz ao lado de Deus.

Ainda, rezamos para o conforto de seus familiares, parentes e amigos, e para que a justiça seja feita para Thiago”.

September 2020 Parish Newsletter

Morning Prayer: September 1st

Today we join Pádraigín for our morning prayer on September first – marking the first day of the “Season of Creation” – where we are encouraged to contemplate God’s wondrous work of creation all around us. This Season of Creation let us challenge ourselves to both appreciate and take better care of our common home, the earth, and every individual person as God’s creation.