Links

 Watch Online: Watch masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Donabate (at mass-times)

Broken Faith – Re-envisioning the Church in Ireland, A Conference at Milltown Institute, Dublin; 6-9 April

www.iec2012.ie

– preparing for the Eucharistic Congress in 2012

www.wordonweb.org
– Gospel resources for the Year of Evangelisation

www.tarsus.ie
– Lectio Divina notes for each Sunday

www.sacredspace.ie
– Prayer site run by the Jesuits

www.ntgateway.com
– The New Testament Gateway

www.litmus.dublindiocese.ie
– Liturgical Office for the Archdiocese of Dublin

www.universalis.com
– The Liturgy of the Hours

http://www.sli-eile.com/
– a Jesuit initiative which accompanies and empowers young adults in their search to find “God in all things”

www.spiritradio.ie

– Spirit Radio, Ireland’s first Christian radio station

http://www.scoilphadraiccailini.com/

– St. Patrick’s Girls National School

http://www.stpatsbns.ie/

– St. Patrick’s Boys National School

www.irishcatholic.ie

– The Irish Catholic newspaper

http://www.drugs.ie/

– CROSSCARE Drug and Alcohol Programme

www.kevinmorris.ie

Kevin Morris Phographic Services – Weddings, portraits, landscape and commercial photography

www.emmauscentre.ie

Programmes and Workshops held in the Emmaus Retreat Centre, Swords, County Dublin

www.crosscare.ie

CROSSCARE – the Social Care Agency of the Dublin Diocese.  CROSSCARE is involved in a wide variety of social projects in the Archdiocese of Dublin.  CROSSCARE reaches out to those most in need.

http://www.radiomaria.org/

Parish Notices 29 November 2020

We are delighted to announce that our Broadband has been upgraded for our live streaming of daily and weekend Masses and other celebrations. Please join us on churchmedia.tv Christmas Mass Bouquet Cards depicting the three churches is available from the … Continue reading

Child Protection Policy Statement

We in the Parish of Donabate, Portrane and Balheary value and encourage the participation of children and young people in parish liturgies and in activities that enhance their spiritual, physical, emotional and social development. We recognise the dignity and rights … Continue reading