Welcome To Our Parish Website


 

We the parish of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fatima, a Catholic community, in the suburbs of Dublin, are committed to Christ, valuing faith, love, trust, and unity. Inspired by the image of Christ and relying on the Holy Spirit, we are called to reach out with endless love to those who are searching for God and gather all into our Lord's home, to spread His Word, to educate our youth and to assist those in need. May we always make everyone welcome into our parish community, especially immigrants who are in a strange land may we welcome and befriend them in Christ's name.

Keep The Flame Of Faith Alive In Your Heart

 

Strong In Faith, Alive In Spirit

 

Email; rialtoparish@gmail.com



We Have Facilities for the Disabled  In Our Church

 

 

 

 

WEBCAM

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1917 - 2017
Centenary of the Apparitions at Fatima 

 

 

Pope Francis

canonised  

Blessed Jacinta and Blessed Francisco 

in Fatima on May 13th 2017 

 

 

Saint Francisco and Saint Jacinta

 

 

Next 

Sunday 1st October 2017

will be 

The Twenty - Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time

 

 
The Rosary
is recited
each weekday morning after the 10.00 am Mass 

 

Today's Liturgy 
Mass readings  

or  http://www.catholicbishops.ie/readings

 

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Venerable Matt Talbot: First Friday Novena Mass and prayers for healing will take place in St. Agatha's Church, North William Street, Dublin 1 on the 1st Friday of every month at 7.30pm. We pray especially for those suffering from any form of addiction, those in recovery, their families and the wider community affected by alcohol and drug misuse. For further information please call 01 855 4078 or www.matttalbot.ie - All are Welcome.

 

 

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

 

Every Friday
after the 10.00 am Mass until 11.30 am 
You are invited to spend some time in adoration and prayer
before The Blessed Sacrament

 

 

        Child Safeguarding and Protection Service, Holy Cross Diocesan Centre