Mission Statement Expect Good Things from God Mark Vroegop | Scripture: Matthew 8:1-17
 

Weekend Masses:

Sunday Vigil. 7.30pm (Saturday Evening)

Sunday: 10am (Parish Choir);

Sunday: 11.15am (Family Mass - Junior Folk Group)

Sunday: 12.30pm (Infant Jesus Choir)

 

Weekdays:

Mon- Fri 10am

Morning Prayer/Liturgy of Hours before Mass  (All Welcome)

 

Holy Days:

Vigil - 7:30pm

10 am, 12:30pm & 7:30pm

 

Parish Team

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Fr. Gerard Deegan, Adm.

The Presbytery,

Montrose Park,

Beaumont,

Dublin 5.

Tel. 01-8710013

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The Presbytery,

Fr. Marijan Vukov

Montrose Park,

Beaumont,

Dublin 5.

Tel. -1-8476359

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Ms. Monica Glavey, Parish Secretary,

The Parish Office,

Parish Pastoral Centre,

Montrose Park,

Beaumont,

Dublin 5.

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Tel. 01-8477740

Fax. 01-8473209


 

 

 

 
 

What's Happening?

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Training Renewal Course for Ministers of the Word & Ministers of the Eucharist!

You can download the handouts from both sessions of the Ministry in Liturgy course for Ministers of the Eucharist and Ministers of the Word here.

 

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Read & Prepare. Click on the picture for Sunday mass readings.

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Our Community Prayer.

At the end of each Parish Pastoral Council meeting the Pastoral Council pray a special pray for the Church community here in Beaumont. You can join in that prayer and will find a copy of it in our Documents section or by clicking here

 

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You are welcome to join us for prayer.

Every weekday morning at 9:45am a group of parishioners meet to pray the prayer of the Church, also known as the Liturgy of Hours or Divine Office, everyone is welcome, please feel free to come along and join in this beautiful Liturgy. After that you can join us for daily mass at 10am, and if that is not enough you can stay on for Rosary after mass. Each Tuesday & Thursday morning we have silent prayer in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament from after the 10 am mass till around noon - please feel free to drop in. And every Friday at 3pm a group of parishioners meet to pray the Divine Mercy devotion. Again everyone is welcome so please come along.

 

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Pathways Programme

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Booking is now open for Pathways, which begins this year in Holy Cross College on Thursday 27th September 2018 (7pm–9.30pm).The Pathways Programme is geared towards those who wish to explore issues and questions of: faith; ministry; the Church today and the nature of belief, in an environment appropriate to Adult Learning and Adult Faith Development.
The Course
The programme runs over two years from late September to late May each year. It takes place on Thursday evenings from 7.00p.m. – 9.30 p.m. in holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin DO3 P2E7. There are three optional Saturday sessions each year. The programme this year will be starting on Thursday 27th September 2018.
Who is the Course for?
This course is suitable for men and women of all ages and from all walks of life who are looking for an opportunity to consider questions about belief and Church today.
Course Aims
The course values the life experience which the participants bring and, accordingly, group sharing is an integral part of the learning process each year. The course also offers the spiritual and theological formation which will enable participants to explore their faith with greater confidence. It also helps assist people to prepare themselves to respond to the needs of the Church and community and to work in partnerships and parish teams. Participants have an opportunity to take part in various liturgies and times of Directed Prayer during the year.
Course Entry Requirements
The main requirements are: a desire to explore faith; openness to participation; a willingness to listen and an interest in new ideas and approaches to ministry. No academic qualifications and no previous study in theology or spirituality are necessary. There is no required written work and there are no exams.
Course Cost
Fees are €400 each year. Fees may be paid in full at the beginning of the year or in instalments throughout the year. Part-sponsorship may be available from some parishes.
Course Content
First Year – In the first year the emphasis is on the personal experiences and the faith journeys of the participants. Subjects include: How Adult Learn; Stages of Faith; Images of God; Introduction to Scripture; Celebrating the Church’s Year; the Person of Christ; Personal Journey; Sacraments; the Moral Life; Spirituality and Prayer.
Second Year – The focus of the second year is on Christian living, the Gospel call and how we respond to it. Subjects include: Visions and Models of Church; Approaches to Ministry; Bereavement and Loss; Family; Pastoral Issues Today; Justice and Peace, Ecumenism; Ecology; Caring for Yourself.
For further information please contact:
Eileen Houlahan, CHF, PhD
Director, Pathways Programme
Office for Evangelisation and Ecumenism, Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin, DO3 P2E7
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Mission Statement

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“Our mission, in the parish of Beaumont, is to be a living and faith filled parish, where all feel welcome and where a sense of service and belonging is fostered. Our Catholic faith commitment flows from and is celebrated in our sacraments. We work together to develop and build a community that is centered on and is inspired by the Gospel message of love, hope and compassion”.

 
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