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Upcoming Events:

Visit of the Relics of Saints Louis & Zélie Martin and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, 2018.

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As part of the celebrations for the World Meeting of Families, the Relics of Saints Louis & Zélie Martin and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux will visit Ireland. They will be in Whitefriar Street Church on several days, for more information click here.

Visit of the Relics of Saints Louis & Zélie Martin and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, 2018.

Therese

As part of the celebrations for the World Meeting of Families, the Relics of Saints Louis & Zélie Martin and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux will visit Ireland. They will be in Whitefriar Street Church on several days, for more information click here.

Standing with the Thief on the Cross

St Valentine

A reflective talk inspired by St Thérèse’s heart of compassion will be given by Rachael Pickering, Christian GP, at 2.00pm on Wednesday, August 22nd. All are welcome. For further details, click here.

Novena of Grace,
Sunday, March 4th - Monday, March 12th, 2018

St Valentine

The Novena of Grace will be celebrated this year with Mass at 3.00 p.m. on weekdays, and 4.00 p.m. on Sundays. The homilist wil be Fr Kevin O'Rourke, SJ. For more details, click here.

Organ Recital Series, 2017

Community Centre

Following the success of the Organ Recital Series, over the last number of years, it has been decided to host another series this May. The recitals will take place each Sunday at 8.00 p.m. in the church. Admission is free.

The programme is as follows:

Sunday May 7th:

Gerard Gillen

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Works by Bach, Chaumont, Ketelbey, Lefébvre-Wely, Mendelssohn and Duruflé.

(image taken from www.finalnotemagazine.com)

Sunday May 14th:

Peter McBride

To watch Peter play Widor's Organ Symphony No.5, Op.42, No. 1: Toccata on the organ in Whitefriar Street church, click here.

Works by Bach and Widor.

Sunday May 21st:

Peter Thompson

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Works by Bach, Howells, Reger, Sweelinck and Knight.

Sunday May 28th:

Simon Harden


Works by Bach, de Grigny, Mendelssohn and Duruflé.

(image taken from www.simonharden.com)

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