Parish News

Mary Finn RIP

We express our deepest sympathy to the family of Mary Finn who died on the 10th November 2019. Her remains will be brought to St Brigid’s Church Cabinteely on Tuesday 12th November at 6 PM. […] read more

Feast of All Saints 1st November

Friday next the 1st of November is the Feast of All Saints and a Holy Day of obligation to attend Mass. Mass in St Brigid’s will be at 10 AM on Friday 1st November. There […] read more

Cabinteely Church Renovation

  Cabinteely Church Renovation 2019   The current St Brigid’s Church has been part of Cabinteely Village and Parish since 1836. It holds many memories of baptisms, weddings, First Holy Communion Days and Confirmations and […] read more

Canonisation of Cardinal John Henry Newman

On Sunday 13 October Blessed John Henry Newman will be declared a Saint by Pope Francis.  Blessed John Henry Newman was  the founder of the first Catholic university in Ireland.  He served as the university’s […] read more

Nora (Noreen) Brien RIP

We express our deepest sympathy to the family of Noreen Brien, who died on the 26th September 2019. Her remains will be brought to St Brigid’s Church Cabinteely on Saturday 28th September for her funeral […] read more

First Holy Communion and Confirmation 2020

There will be a meeting on Wednesday 25th September 2019 at 7.30 PM in St Brigid’s Girls School for the parents of Boys and Girls making First Holy Communion this year. The purpose of the […] read more

Curtain closes on Clonliffe College for Culture Night

Curtain closes on Clonliffe College for Culture Night   Dubliners have a final chance to see what life was like in one of the city’s most historic buildings when the Dublin opens its archive on […] read more

Enrolement for St Brigid’s Boys School

‘St. Brigid’s BNS are now accepting applications for Junior Infants for the 2020/2021 school year. Applications close on Friday, October 18th 2019. Following this all late applications will be added to our waiting list. Please […] read more

Talk for Carers on Dementia

HSE CHO 6 Dublin South Living Well with Dementia (LWwD) invites you to the following talk:         Guest Speaker ––  Professor Brian Lawlor Connolly Norman Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, Director of the Memory […] read more

Diocesan Adult and Youth Faith Programmes

Activ 8:  The Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism present a new course called Activ 8.  This course involves 8 practical sessions in Holy Cross Diocesan Centre, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3.  This course is aimed at people between […] read more