Thought for the Week | During Holy Week, we prayerfully remember the events of Jesus’ passion and death. As we meditate on the cross, we ask again and anew what it means to make the statement of faith that Jesus, in his obedient suffering and dying, revealed himself to us as God’s Son.

The Parish are delighted to share the following with you

Vox Hiberniae, are a group of musicians from parishes in the Archdiocese of Dublin and have prepared the following reflection in conjunction with the Avila Carmelite Centre in Donnybrook.

“A Celtic Lenten Journey – Harp, Voice and Violin” reflection in Word and in song on the Passion of Jesus.

It can be viewed from the following link – you might like it for a reflective hour this Lent,

Part 1

Part 2

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