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St. Joseph’s

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Sunday: 10.30am. 12.30pm & 5.30pm

Weekdays (Monday to Saturday): 10.30am

Holy Day: 10.30am,

Confessions

By request

Baptisms

Saturdays after 4pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Currently suspended

GDPR

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GDPR Privacy Policy
Who we are
The Catholic parish of St Joseph is a parish in the Diocese of Limerick.
The Parish is a data controller of certain personal data for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/676 (the “GDPR”). The Parish is committed to ensuring that your personal data is properly and securely managed in accordance with the GDPR and the Data Protection Acts 1988 to 2018 (the “Acts”) and believes this is an important part of

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Webcam

We  are now on line web streaming. You can see our Church from the comfort of you own home, please feel free to tune in to any of our Masses

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Persons

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Persons

St. Joseph’s Parish values and encourages the participation of children and persons who may be vulnerable in parish activities.

St. Joseph’s Parish wishes to ensure families can have confidence that all of their members are safe and respected, when participating in the life of the Church.  We do this collectively by committing ourselves to good and safe practices in accordance with Diocesan Safeguarding Policies.  These are consistent with all relevant legislation and the Standards of

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Welcome to St. Joseph’s Parish

Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We are a work in progress.

Live streaming of Masses and other services is now available. 

As the flowers begin to appear, we take our journey through lent on the path to Easter. Please stop by and visit us a while.  When you come to St Josephs you will feel a warmth.  Take some time to reflect, a quiet moment of peace.  Maybe light a candle, when making a request to one of our many saviours.  Look around you, embrace the safety, notice our stations of the cross.  Feast your eyes on the stained glass windows and the scenes they depict. 

Sit for a while, our Lord is there with you. When you leave, go so in peace and happiness, until we meet again.

To help keep our doors open we need your support. 

Please Donate 

All donations are graciously appreciated

You can support our Ukrainian appeal, using the donate button. Any contribution afforded will go directly to where its needed.

 

Please see our  Cookies and GDPR  policies under our Parish tab. 

 

St. Joseph’s

read more about the church

Sunday: 10.30am. 12.30pm & 5.30pm

Weekdays (Monday to Saturday): 10.30am

Holy Day: 10.30am,

Confessions

By request

Baptisms

Saturdays after 4pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Currently suspended

GDPR

read more about the church

GDPR Privacy Policy
Who we are
The Catholic parish of St Joseph is a parish in the Diocese of Limerick.
The Parish is a data controller of certain personal data for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/676 (the “GDPR”). The Parish is committed to ensuring that your personal data is properly and securely managed in accordance with the GDPR and the Data Protection Acts 1988 to 2018 (the “Acts”) and believes this is an important part of

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Notices

Webcam

We  are now on line web streaming. You can see our Church from the comfort of you own home, please feel free to tune in to any of our Masses

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Persons

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Persons

St. Joseph’s Parish values and encourages the participation of children and persons who may be vulnerable in parish activities.

St. Joseph’s Parish wishes to ensure families can have confidence that all of their members are safe and respected, when participating in the life of the Church.  We do this collectively by committing ourselves to good and safe practices in accordance with Diocesan Safeguarding Policies.  These are consistent with all relevant legislation and the Standards of

See All Notices