Parish News and Up Dates!

Appointment of Bishop Paul Dempsey as Auxiliary Bishop of Dublin

– Statement of Archbishop Farrell




We are really sorry and disappointed to have  tell you that, unfortunately the time for  healing seminar which was to take place on the 20th of April, has been postponed until the end of September.

We will run it again, and it will be advertised well in advance.

Thank you all for taking such an interest in it, and we hope you will be available toattend  in the Autumn .



                                                   KNOCK PILGRIMAGE –

Due to a number of people dropping out , it has been decided to move this pilgrimage to thsummer. It will take place in August 2024. 






Why not pop into the church for some quiet time on Thursday 25th April  from 7 pm to 8 30 pm . You can sit in silence with candlelight and gentle music. Take a few minutes for yourself and just “be”. Light a candle, say a prayer. Just sit if that’s what you need. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place .

KILMACANOGUE.   St. Mochonog’s are starting to put together ideas to celebrate our 200th anniversary this year. If you feel you can help in anyway, please give Joyce a call and we will get back to you. We are anxious to include the entire Community and involve as many parishioners as possible.  All are welcome.



REVISED CHILD SAFEGUARDING DOCUMENT   Click on the link    Revised 2023 Child Safeguarding policy with Safety statement.

HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE It is up and running at last. Click here  for rota to the end of the yearHospitality Committee RotaHospitality Committee Rota


New Music Ministry Please join us if you would like the opportunity to sing and fill in from time to time when are regular musicians are not available. We are currently meeting on Tuesday evenings at St Marys church at 7 15 pm. See you there!




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  • Come and view our mural  This is now in it’s permanent home in the family space at the back of the church. We had a little presentation on Sunday to thank the artist. Once again thank you Doreen.  Come and see it! 
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  • Hope Task Force Time table here. Click on link.  Time table
  • Technology! We really need a few younger people to help with technology in the parish. Contact Aideen 0868182241
  • A broadcast list for the parish is up and running now. This will be to keep everyone up to date with what is happening in the parish and for easy communication  in relation to building our communities. If you would like your name added to the list please contact Aideen 0868182241
  •  Rosary A group from the parish meets every Wednesday evening, on zoom, from 7.30 – 8pm, to pray the Rosary.   Please call or message Sally, 087 4189 338, to be added to the group or for further information.
  • A new Facebook page for Enniskerry parish is now up and running and looking for some followers! Check it here!

Céad míle fáilte

Welcome to our Parish website! Whether you’re just visiting us for a brief time, looking for a new parish home, are returning to the practice of your Catholic faith or are interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, we’re happy to have you here. We want to make our parish website an interesting and worthwhile location for both parishioners and visitors to keep up to date with what’s happening in our parish. We hope that all parishioners will see it as a useful resource. We welcome your feedback!  In the meantime, please look through the resources we’ve made available on these pages.

In our Parish we are fortunate to be living in very beautiful surroundings and even more blessed to have a good community spirit. Our four Church communities work closely with each other and with our Church of Ireland sisters and brothers and celebrate as much as possible in our common liturgies, where we come to meet and afterwards to talk with each other. This doesn’t happen in many places and it is a real sign of true community – a way of life in which we invite you to take part.

Click on the image above to view daily Masses and services from St.Mary’s Church , Enniskerry

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