Sunday 20th December 2020
Christmas Mass Times
Tuesday, 22nd December: Mass will be celebrated at 7pm. (This will also serve as Mass for Christmas).
Christmas Eve, Thursday, 24th December: Masses will take place at 2pm, 3:30 pm and 9pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Stamullen (Fully booked)
Christmas Day: Mass will take place at 10 am. (Fully Booked)
Wednesday, 23rd December: Mass will be celebrated at 7pm. (This will also serve as Mass for Christmas).
Christmas Eve, Thursday, 24th December: Masses will take place at 5pm and 7pm. (Tickets available)
Christmas Day: Masses will take place at 8am and 11:30 am. (Tickets available)
This Christmas, because of the current restrictions on numbers allowed in our Churches for public masses, we are putting on extra Masses on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Admission to Mass will be by Ticket only
We request parishioners arrive at least 15 minutes before Mass times.
– There are no more Tickets available for Masses in St. Patrick’s Church, Stamullen
Please note: The ticket you have been issued with must be used for the designated time and cannot be used for any other Mass. Please bring your ticket with you.
- Please do not turn up at churches without a ticket as refusal may offend and it will put our stewards in an embarrassing position.
- We have been informed that the Health Board intend to check churches for compliance, so numbers have to be limited.
- A Christmas Mass will be broadcast on the Stamullen/Julianstown YouTube channel.
Unfortunately, because of current restrictions we are unable to hold our usual Christmas Masses for children. However, a Mass more appropriate for children will be posted on-line. Please check the Parish website for details: www.sjparish.ie.
The YouTube channel can be found on the parish website by scrolling down to the bottom left-hand side of the home page.
- The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available, in a socially distanced manner, on Tuesday, 22nd December in Stamullen from 2 pm to 3 pm and in Julianstown from 3pm to 4pm.
In Stamullen parishioners are invited to wait in the foyer and parish centre and enter the Day Chapel. Parishioners can leave through the Sacristy and then via the front door.
In julianstown parishioners can come in the front door, Fr. Declan will be present in the crying room. Parishioners can then leave through the back door (car park side).
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of Martin McDonnell whose funeral took place in the parish this weekend. We remember the bereaved in our prayers
A limited number of Christmas Day Mass cards are available in the sacristies and from the parish office. Cards are €2 each.
A limited number of St. Paul’s Missals are available for sale in the sacristies and from the parish office. Missals will cost €7.00 again this year.
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St. Patrick’s Church, Stamullen
Saturday, 19th 6:00 pm Patrick Gilligan & Patrick Mooney
Nuala Errity (MM)
Sunday, 20th 10:00 am Nuala Errity (MM)
Tuesday 7pm (This Mass will also serve as Mass for Christmas)
Christmas Eve 2pm, 3:30 pm and 9pm
Christmas Eve Mass (Fully booked)
Christmas Day 10:00 am Mass of the Nativity (Fully booked)
Saturday, 26th 6:00 pm Agnes, Mary & Frank Dunphy
Sunday, 27th 10:00 am Stephen Jordan
Paddy, Seamus & Nicky McAuley
St. Mary’s Church, Julianstown
Saturday, 19th 7:00 pm People of the Parish
Sunday, 20th 11:30 am Pat Markey
Wednesday 7:00 pm (This Mass will also serve as Mass for Christmas)
Christmas Eve 5pm & 7 pm Vigil Mass of the Nativity
Christmas Day 8 am & 11:30 am Mass of the Nativity
Saturday, 26th 7:00 pm
Sunday, 27th 11:30 am Philomena Haran (30 Ann)
Teresa & Edward Calvey
You were born, unexpectedly, bringing light in the darkness of winter. Help us to become aware of our own light, gifted from God.
Guide us to see the opportunities this Christmas to be an unexpected light for others. Through our actions let us use our gifts unselfishly, to brighten the days of those around us. Let us be grateful for all that has been gifted to us by sharing it freely with others, to build a community, in Jesus’ name. Amen.