The Parish webcamera is now online, all Masses from the church will be streamed via the website and can be accessed around the world.
It is hoped that broadcasts will enable Parishioners who are sick and housebound, and who have access to the internet, to be a part of the daily celebration of the Eucharist. If you have a relative or friend who would like to use live-streaming and may not be familiar with the internet, please help them to access the service via whichever device they can easily learn to use.
We are very grateful to the Order of the Knights of Saint Columbanus for their generous donation towards the cost of this project.
After the success of our webcam trial over the Easter Period and a generous donation from the Order of the Knights of Saint Columbanus, work has commenced to install a permanent webcam in the Church. It is hoped to have it online towards the end of September broadcasting the weekday and weekend Masses.
The summer Mass time schedule will come to an end on Tuesday 7th September with evening Mass returning at 7:30pm.
The Feast of The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Holy Day of obligation. Mass will be celebrated in the Church at 9:30am and 7:30pm on Monday.
Please note that there will be no vigil Mass on Sunday evening.
During July and August the times that Mass is celebrated changes slightly. Details of these changes can be found Here on the ‘Summer Mass Times’ page. During the summer there is also no bulletin. Notices can be found on the church notice boards as well as on the website.
If you missed the excellent concert you can watch a recording from our webcam here:
Next Sunday (29th May), Bishop Noel Treanor will preside at the official opening of the church at 12p.m. This is a major event in the history of the Parish as we approach the 50th. Anniversary of the building of the church in 1967. The Parish choirs will join together for this great celebration. All Parishioners and friends are most welcome to attend.
Warmest congratulations and best wishes to the children from the P4 classes of St. Bernard’s P.S. and Cregagh P.S. who made their First Holy Communion on Saturday. A word of thanks to those who helped prepare the church for this great Parish celebration: the members of the Cleaning Teams who gave up some of their time last Sunday to clean the church, the members of the P.T.A., parents, and friends who provided the food and refreshments for the children and their families in the Parish Centre.
The ceremony was streamed live on the Parish Website and is available to view again below.
Cappella Caeciliana singing at 6pm Mass on Saturday 14th May to celebrate the Feast of Pentecos.