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We Remember in November

Saturday November 1st – all Saints’ Day is a holy day.  Masses at 11 and 1.

Saturday November 2nd – All Souls’ Day. The 6 pm Vigil Mass will be a remembrance Mass for our loved ones, and especially for all whose funerals took place from our church since last November and we will remember them by name.  We will place candles around the sanctuary in memory of loved ones.

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The next Family Mass will be at 12.30pm on Sunday 2nd November. All welcome especially the children of the parish.

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Courses in Ignatian Spirituality

MONDAY NOV 3 - IGNATIUS - AN INTRODUCTION. SEVEN WEEK COURSE. 7.15-8.45.  COME ALONG ON NOV 3 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, OR

For more information please click here.

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Pope Francis: Make an examination of conscience

To prevent evil from entering into our hearts, there is an ancient, but very good, practice: the examination of conscience. That was Pope Francis’ message during the morning homily Friday at Santa Marta.

Pope Francis Oct 2014The Gospel of the day reminds us that the devil always comes back to us; he never stops tempting man. “The devil has patience,” Pope Francis said. “He never leaves that which he wants for himself,” that is, our souls:

“After the temptations, in the desert, when Jesus was tempted by the devil, in Luke’s version it says that the devil left Him for a time, but during the life of Jesus he returned again and again: when they put Him to the test, when they tried to trap Him, in the Passion, finally on the Cross. ‘But if you are the Son of God… but you come, you come from us, so we cannot believe.’ And we all know that these words touch the heart: ‘But can you do it? Let me see! No, you can’t.’ That’s how the devil even to the end [dealt] with Jesus… and likewise with us.”  

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clockOpening Hours of the Church

8.15am - 6.00pm except for weekends - opens at 9.45am - 7 pm on Saturdays and 9.00 am - 1 pm on Sundays.

OFFICE   ---   9.30-8.30.   Closed 1.00-1.30, Mon to Fri.
SAT - 10-1.00;   Sunday - 9.30-1.00.

Welcome to visitors. An illustrated history of the church can be had in the parish office free of charge.

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Readings, Prayers, Reflection and Newsletter

Mass Times
Please click here for Mass Times.

Sunday Readings
Sunday Readings are available on the Catholic Ireland website. Click here
Daily Readings are also available. Click here

Sunday Prayers of the Faithful
Prayers of the Faithful may be found on the
Dublin Diocesan website

Sunday Reflection
You may receive the Sunday Gospel Reading and Reflection by email. Please visit our parish Gospel Reflection website to sign up. Click here 
The Sunday Reflection is also available on this site. Click here

Sunday Newsletter
For latest newsletter click here


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Parish Contact Details
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ST FRANCIS XAVIERS’ CHURCH AND PARISH
Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

Tel: 01 8363411

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Parish Website: www.gardinerstparish.ie

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Twitter: @GardinerStreet
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GardinerStreetParish

Gospel Reflection Website: www.gardinerstparish.wordpress.com

Parish/Church Staff:
Fr Donal Neary SJ PP.
Fr Fergus O Donoghue SJ PC
Mr Seamus Buckley, Assistant for Liturgy and Faith Development
Fr Paddy Carberry SJ, Ignatian Outreach
Br Tom Phelan SJ, Office Manager
Jesuits from the community also assist in the church.

Parish Council:
Chair: Mr Aidan Seery   Secretary: Ms Clare Fallon

Choirs:
Director of Church Choir and Organist:  Ms Denice Doyle
Director of the Gardiner St Gospel Choir:  Mr Kevin Kelly

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Polish Ministry

Jezuicka Posługa Polakom w Irlandii
Jezuicka Posługa Polakom w Irlandii

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