Tuesday, 29 March 2022


All parish business will henceforth be conducted at www.srbnparishes.ie.  Please go there for current information about the parish.

As for this old website incorporating twelve years of valuable parish history, its future is under consideration, whether to be archived or, as dealing with history and other non-essential matters, to be maintained on an occasional basis by the administrator, a parish volunteer. This home page will be revamped accordingly.

Tuesday, 1 February 2022

Sacramental Registration 2022

 Parents and guardians are now invited to register their children with our Parish Grouping if they wish them to receive the Sacraments of First Reconciliation, First Holy Communion or Confirmation this year, 2022.

read Fr John's Letter

Registration will remain live until 20th Feb 2022

You will find the link to the Registration Forms on the front page of our new website https://srbnparishes.ie/

Feast of St Brigid - 1st Feb

 St. Brigid, " Mary of the Gael", abbess and patroness of Ireland, and founder of the first Irish monastery in Kildare, was born near Dundalk in 450 A.D. 

Feast day 1st Feb

To find out more about the Secondary Patron of Ireland have a look at this short booklet of stories, info, puzzles and activities - you can view and download it from here

St Brigid Booklet

Monday, 31 January 2022

Feast of Don Bosco 31st Jan

 We celebrate the Feast of St. John Bosco (Jan. 31st), founder of the Salesian Order, committed to     education. In 1845 Don John Bosco, an Italian priest opened a night school for boys in Valdocco. In the following years, he opened several more schools, and in 1857 drew up a set of rules for his helpers, which became the Rule of the Society of St. Francis de Sales, which Pope Pius IX approved definitively in 1873.  The Society continues to operate worldwide; in 2000, it counted more than 17,000 members in 2,711 houses.

The enthralling story of the great modern apostle of youth, Saint John Bosco, and his best-loved pupil who became a saint, Dominic Savio is one that resonates in our society today. Blessed with tremendous natural and supernatural gifts, including a wonderful sense of humour, Saint John Bosco overcame overwhelming obstacles to help deprived children find a better life He was a juggler, magician, acrobat, tailor, teacher and writer -John Bosco became all of these in his efforts to lead boys and girls to God. A prayer was the price of admission to his shows; a friendly contest to match skill or strength was his answer to the hoodlums who laughed at him. As a priest he was known as Don Bosco and built churches and schools. 

To find out a little more about him have a look at this short leaflet and feel free to share!

A few things about Don Bosco

“Without confidence and love, there can be no true education. If you want to be loved…you must love yourselves, and make your children feel that you love them.”