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Funeral Ministry

All parishioners are responsible for the ministry of consolation.

“There are many rooms in my father’s house” Jn 14:2

“For everything there is a season and a time……; a time to be born and a time to die” Ecc 3:1

Role in our lives

The funeral liturgy helps balance the need to console those who are mourning with Christ’s promise of Resurrection. The services provide means by which, with prayer and music, the community may support the grieving family from the time of death of a loved one to the final committal.

In our Parish, the funeral ministry team members assist the presiding priest and family at the funeral services.

The team is trained in its ministry and some members undergo Bethany Bereavement training.

The team attends at diocesan meetings with other parish teams as it seeks to develop this ministry into a team that can live the ministry of consolation to the full.

How to prepare, participate, give

Consider serving in the ministry and helping develop the ministry of consolation.

Person to contact

Miriam Mooney
Tel: 4972215
Email: 3patrons@eircom.net


When someone you loved has died


Recent Notices for This Group

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Statement from Finance Committee

As of the end of May the status of the sale is “Sale Agreed”.


Future of No 50 Rathgar Road

The Parish Finance Committee is an advisory committee assisting the Parish Priest in making decisions on all aspects of parish finances. One key function of the Parish Finance Committee is to ensure proper management and maintenance of Parish Property and it is in relation to that function that this information note has been prepared.

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