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A Pictorial Summary

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  • March, 19

    Sunday, 17th March 2019 – St. Patrick’s Day

    St. Patrick’s Day Patron Day and Cemetery Devotions We welcome family and friends of the deceased who are joining parishioners

  • March, 11

    Sunday, 10th March 2019

    St. Patrick’s Day Annual devotions for Stamullen Cemetery will be celebrated on St. Patrick’s Day, 17th March (Patron Day).  The blessing

  • March, 04

    Sunday, 3rd March 2019

    RIP Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of Mary (May) Synnott, whose funeral took place in Julianstown

  • February, 25

    Sunday, 24th February 2019

    RIP Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of Josephine (Jodie) Hagan, whose funeral took place in Stamullen

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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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