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  • April, 03

    Easter Ceremonies on TV & Prayer

    Updated RTÉ broadcasting output of liturgies during Holy Week 2020 Palm Sunday 5th April 11:00-11:50 am     Mass on Palm Sunday

  • March, 20

    Coronavirus Update

        Dear Parishioners,   Over the next few weeks while Masses are suspended, we will continue to publish a

  • March, 13

    Sunday 15th March 2020 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

    Coronavirus (COvid19) UPDATE St. Patrick’s Church Stamullen and St. Mary’s Church Julianstown   All Masses in the Diocese of Meath

  • March, 09

    Sunday, 8th March 2020

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) HSE Guidelines Just a reminder:  In relation to the Coronavirus we have established the following temporary policies for

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About Our Parish

Stamullen Parish, Meath lies in the east of the Meath Diocese, and shares boundaries with Drogheda, Laytown/Mornington, Duleek , Ardcath and Balbriggan.

The population of the parish today is around 5,500 people.

There are two parish churches in Stamullen; St. Patrick’s Church in Stamullen village and St. Mary’s Church in Julianstown.

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