Annual Mass for our Deceased Parishioners

Thursday, October 31st, 2019

The Annual Mass for our Deceased Parishioners and Friends of the Parish will be celebrated on Tuesday 12th. November at 7.30pm. Parishioners who have died since last November will be remembered in a special way. A member of each bereaved family will be invited to place a lighted candle at the memorial in the sanctuary.

This is an occasion for everyone to pray for their own deceased relatives and friends as well as for Parishioners who prayed with us over the years in the celebration of the liturgies in St. Bernadette’s.


Calendar of Feasts

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

Friday 1st November is the Feast of All Saints and is a Holy Day of Obligation. The Vigil Mass will be on Thursday at 7.30p.m. Mass on Friday will be at 10a.m.


Sacramental Certificates

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

In order to comply with the Data Protection Act, all requests for Sacramental Certificates need to be made in writing and a certificate can only be issued to those named on the Parish records – for instance, the person who was baptised, or, in the case of someone under the age of 16, their parent or guardian.

To request a certificate confirming entry in one of the church registers, please visit the Sacramental Certificates page for more details.


Apostolic Work

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

After the renovations in the Church, and the installation of the new tabernacle, Fr Armstrong donated the old one along with vestments, statues and a processional cross. The tabernacle has been delivered to Fr Ignatius in Malawi and is in the process of being installed. The other items have been delivered to Parishes north of Malawi.

Apostolic Work has been working in Ireland since 1923, and in our Parish since it’s foundation, as committed lay people and religious to pray for and support the work of Irish Missionaries (and others) wherever they serve.

The Parish branch would like to thank the parishioners for their ongoing support and generosity.


Parish Webcamera

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

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.


Official Opening of The Church

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

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.


First Holy Communion

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

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.


Mass Times

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Mass times have returned to their normal schedule after the Easter period. Details can be found on here or on the Mass Time page on the left hand column.


Virtual Tour of the Church

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Why not take a Virtual Tour the Church by clicking on the “look around” page.

More tours will be added in the future, but if you have any suggestions let us know.


Church Refurbisment Update

Friday, March 4th, 2016

We are now in the final few days of the refurbishment project of the Church. Over the past 7 months a of the project a massive amount of work was undertaken, some of the main tasks were

  • The stained glass windows have all been removed, reset and reinstalled.
  • The roof has been insulated and sealed.
  • The heating system has been fully replaced.
  • All the seats in the church have been refurbished with new kneelers.
  • Disability access has been improved.
  • The lights have all been upgraded.
  • A new sound system is installed.
  • The marble and terrazzo flooring have been cleaned and polished.
  • The tabernacle has been removed and a new one is being commissioned.
  • The baptismal font has been moved into the body of the Church.

The Parish would like to thank you for your commitment and support during the disruption caused by the renovation project.

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Parish Mission Statement

We the Parish of St. Bernadette, inspired by the Gospel, seek to give witness to God's word. In so doing we will strive to enhance the Spiritual, Pastoral and Community life within the Parish, enabling all parishioners to grow in their relationship with God and with one another.

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