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A service of reflection and prayer on the theme of “Climate Crisis-What can I do?” will take place in St Patrick’s Church Wicklow on Wednesday 13th March at 7.30 PM. The Service is inspired by Laudato Si – On Care for our Common Home – written by Pope Francis. We Continue reading...

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The Family (39th) and Care (40th) Amendments to the Constitution

Voting is a way to show that we care about making society better. In Catholic social teaching, it’s important to take part in the democratic process. The Catholic Church says that everyone should vote responsibly for the common good. (Compendium Continue reading...

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Moments of Light-A Musical Meditation In Preparation for Holy Week by Brother Seamus Byrne will take place in St Patrick’s Church Wicklow on Thursday 21st March at 7.30 PM. Seamus Byrne is an accomplished musician and composer who has a number of albums. He is a member of the Continue reading...

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Parents and Guardians who wish to enrol children in to Junior Infants, Primary Age Special Class and Early Intervention Class can download the application form from our school website www.barndarrigns.ie or email barndarrigns@gmail.com and a form will be posted to you during the admissions period. All policies may be Continue reading...

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St Mantan Pastoral Area

First Reconciliation Services

Wednesday 21st February at 3.15 PM Holy Rosary Ashford (Ashford and Glenealy Schools)

Tuesday 27th February at 4 PM in St Patrick’s Church Wicklow (Holy Rosary Wicklow)

Wednesday 28th February at 4 PM in St Patrick’s Church Wicklow (St Patrick’s National Continue reading...

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Congrats to baby Tadhg O ‘Dwyer who was baptised on the 10th February 2024 in Our Lady Star of the Sea Church Brittas Bay Co Wicklow. Photo of Baby Tadhg with parents Conor and Sarah and Fr Aquinas Duffy

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St Mantan Pastoral Area

Masses for Ash Wednesday 14th February 2024

St Patrick’s Church Wicklow 8 AM, 10 AM and 7 PM

St Mary’s Barndarrig 10 AM

Holy Rosary Ashford 10 AM

St Joseph’s Glenealy 8 PM

Masses throughout Lent will be the same as the normal weekday mass schedule. Continue reading...

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In the event of one of the three priests being away or sick, the three Parish Pastoral Councils of the St Mantan Pastoral Area have a agreed a schedule B and C to come into effect after Easter. Schedule A is the current schedule that operates when all three Continue reading...

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