Parish of Wicklow & Rathnew

Churches & Parish Centres

About the Parish

The Parish of Wicklow is comprised of more than 30 town lands over an area of 6,300 acres, including Wicklow Town and Rathnew.

Contact Details

Parish PrientFr Aquinas Duffy P.P. – 0404-67196
CurateFr Gerard Deegan C.C. – 0404-67133
Parish SecretaryMrs. Debbie Hanlon
Emailparishofficewicklow@gmail.com
Phone0404 61699
Facebook@wicklowrathnewchurchsandparish
Sacramental Co-OrdinatorMrs Geraldine Egan
Sacristy Phone0404 69031
Sacristans - WicklowAidan Earls & Tom Murphy
Sacristan - RathnewRay Collard in Rathnew
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St. Patrick’s Church, Wicklow

Saturday Vigil6.00 pm
Sunday10.30 am & 12.00 noon
Holy Days10.00 am
WeekdaysMon - Fri 10.00 am

Some masses are broadcast live online or by radio. Find out more…


St. Joseph’s Church, Rathnew

Sunday9.00am
WeekdaysMonday & Tuesday evenings at 7.00pm
First Fridays on the Month7.00pm
Holy DaysCheck newsletter or with office

Please check the latest parish newsletter for changes to Mass times, in particular during religious festivals such as Easter and Christmas.

Baptism

Wicklow:
1st and 3rd Sunday of every month
Rathnew:
4th Saturday of every month at 2pm
Additional Info:

Monthly Baptism meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month

First Holy Communion

Confirmation

Confession

Wicklow:
Before Saturday Vigil Mass
Rathnew:
By arrangement

See our Sacraments page for full details: Sacraments

Join our lotto to help raise funds for the parish and you could win up to €5,000

I am delighted to announce the launch of our Parish Fundraiser Lotto. It’s a fundraising initiative that I hope will be of great benefit to the parish. The Jackpot increases weekly up to a maximum of €5,000. Please pass on the word on and invite friends and family to take part. There is a lot of on-going maintenance work that needs to be done in both churches, such as treating the dampness in the walls and upgrading the lighting system in St. Patrick’s and repairing the windows and getting new flooring for St. Joseph’s.

– Fr. Aquinas

It’s really simple to join and it takes just a minute. To find out more: click here, call into the parish office or call 01 546 1131.

Wicklow is an old and historic parish tracing its origins right hack to the time of St. Patrick.  The Celtic name of the district was Kilmantan, or the Church of Mantan, who was an attendant of St. Patrick.

Read about the history of Wicklow Parish, St. Patricks Church, St. Joseph’s Church and The Abbey:

History of Wicklow Parish

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