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Meetings for parents of children receiving Sacraments in 2023 will be held in November, dates as follows;


Tuesday 8th Nov. 7.30pm (St. Luke’s Church) 

Parents of children from Ladyswell NS.


Tuesday 15th Nov. 7.30pm (Tyrrelstown Pastoral Centre)

Parents of children from St. Luke’s NS.


Tuesday 22nd Nov. 7.30pm (St. Luke’s Church)

Parents of children from Gaelscoil an Chuilinn,

Tyrrelstown Educate Together

and Powerstown Educate Together.


Thursday 10th Nov. 7.30pm (St. Luke’s Church)

Parents of children from Ladyswell NS.


Thursday 17th Nov. 7.30pm (Tyrrelstown Pastoral Centre)

Parents of children from St. Luke’s NS.


Thursday 24th Nov. 7.30pm (St. Luke’s Church)

Parents of children from Gaelscoil an Chuilinn,

Tyrrelstown Educate Together

and Powerstown Educate Together.

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Blessing of Pets

If you were unable to bring your pet to be blessed at 10am Mass last Sunday, you may wish to use the following blessing yourself at home – perhaps on 4th October, which is the Feast of St Francis of Assisi

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A message from Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, Apostolic Visitator for Ukrainians Resident in Ireland and Northern Ireland: Day of Prayer for Ukraine - 14th September 2022

Glory to Jesus Christ! Dear Sisters and Brothers, We are now in the seventh month since the 24 February full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russia. President Putin was sure that he would overrun Ukraine in three short days. He did not expect that the people of Ukraine, regardless of their ethnic background, religious affiliation or language group, love their country and are determined to defend it. For Ukrainians there is no going back to the tyranny and oppression that generations experienced under Russian imperial and Soviet rule from the middle of the 17th century. When the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991, the people of Eastern Europe, including Russia, had hope for the future, and, until Putin’s first invasion in 2014, Ukraine had made great progress as a post Soviet state. It is truly hard for us to believe that such a war could even be possible, with the kind of horrific brutality against the civilian population that we have seen in the last seven months. At the same time, we are inspired to see how the people of Western Europe have opened their hearts to the thousands that have fled harm’s way seeking temporary refuge. In this effort communities across Ireland have also extended their traditional and world-famous Irish hospitality to newly-arrived Ukrainians, for which I am particularly grateful. The struggle is not over yet, and the cost of rebuilding will be unimaginable—broken lives and families, destroyed homes, villages, farmlands, cities, infrastructure. But for now, we give glory to God for his many blessings, and for the grace he has shown us through the kindness and generosity of the wonderful people of Ireland.


Ladyswell    Tuesday 28th February 2023    7:00pm

St Luke's     Thursday 2nd March 2023        7:00pm

Gaelscoil     Tuesday 7th March 2023           7:00pm

ETNS            Thursday 9th March 2023         7:00pm


Ladyswell   Saturday 6th May 2023     11am, 12.30pm

St Luke's    Saturday 13th May 2023   11am, 12.30pm

Gaelscoil    Saturday 20th May 2023   11am, 12.30pm, 2pm

ETNS          Saturday 27th May 2023    11am, 12.30pm, 2pm


Ladyswell   Thursday 27th April 2023     11am, 1pm, 3pm

St Luke's    Thursday 11th May 2023       11am, 1pm, 3pm

Gaelscoil    Thursday 18th May 2023       11am, 1pm, 3pm

ETNS          Thursday 25th May 2023       11am, 1pm, 3pm


You are welcome to join us for our Annual



12th June

at 3pm

We are hoping to livestream Mass via our Facebook Page

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Mulhuddart Cemetery

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Parish Pilgrimage to Knock

Saturday 3rd September 2022


The bus will leave St Luke's Church at 9:00am

so please arrive early!

We will have a short break on the journey to Knock and hope to arrive by 12:30pm.

If you have not paid the full amount please remember to bring the rest of the payment with you on Saturday.

We hope to leave Knock about 6:00pm and, after a quick stop on the way back, arrive back at the Church 9:00/9:30pm approximately.


From the 4th July, evening Mass will change from Monday evenings to Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm  in St. Luke’s Church, Mulhuddart.  Our first Wednesday evening Mass will be on  Wednesday 6th July.

Giving Holy Communion

World Day of Prayer for
Grandparents & the Elderly

Sunday 24th July marks the annual day to pray and remember the role of Grandparents and the elderly in our Church family.  This year's theme is based on verse 15 of Psalm 92: 'In old age they will still bear fruit'
There are a number of resources available, including a message from Pope Francis on this special day.  Please click on the logo!

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We have a small number of chairs in need of a new home.  They are given as seen and on a first come-first served basis.  The chairs would need to be collected from the church.  They are available free of charge or for a donation to parish funds.

If you would like any of them, please contact the Parish Office. 

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3 of these available

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of these available

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of these available

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of these available


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Donation Envelopes available

in church



The COVID 19 virus is still in our society and we need to do as much as we can to keep ourselves and others as safe as possible.  We kindly ask that, whenever you are in the church, you please follow these guidelines


WEAR A MASK AT ALL TIMES: Please make sure your mask covers your nose and mouth

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SANITISE YOUR HANDS: We recommend you do this as you enter and as you leave

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KEEP SOCIAL DISTANCE: To prevent the possible spread of the virus we ask that you stay 2m apart from other people and avoid sitting in any seats not in use


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REMEMBER: If you feel unwell, or are suffering with any symptoms of COVID, please stay at home and follow HSE guidance.

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