Family Offering 

Envelopes: €423

(Only Envelopes & Standing Order offerings finance the Church costs)


1st Collection

Blue bag: €320

(Priest salaries and sick & retired priests of the Diocese)


2nd Collection; 

Share: €210 



The Parish choirs have weekly practice in the Church; Adult Choir on

Monday evenings and

Youth & Children’s Choirs on Tuesday evenings.


New Members Welcome  



Parents who wish to have their child Baptised are invited to attend a meeting beforehand. The next meeting will take place in the Church on Wednesday 13th December at 7.30pm



Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Chaplet of Divine Mercy continues here each Monday & Thursday from 2pm – 3pm


           All Welcome

Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group

The Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group meet in the Church every Friday;

6pm – 8pm



A very important meeting for all parents & guardians of children now in 6th class, who will be making their Confirmation in 2018 will take place in the Church this Mon 13th Nov at 7pm



The Annual Mass to remember those Parishioners who died during the past year will take place next Saturday 18th November at 6.30pm.


All welcome.

Special Holy Mass


As requested by His Holiness Pope Francis Mass for

“all people who are victims of abuse” 

will be held here in the Church of Divine Mercy next Friday 17th November at 7:30pm

Celebrant: Fr. Suresh





Accord - Catholic Marriage Care Lucan, 

“if you can’t talk to each other talk to Accord”. Professional counsellors available for couples and individuals who are experiencing difficulty in their relationships. 


  Fundraising Raffle


Lucan Community National School are holding a fundraiser raffle in the school next Friday 17th November. 


Tickets will be on sale after Mass this Sunday.

Altar List of the Dead


November Altar lists and envelopes are available at the back of the church. 

Mass will be offered on the first Friday of every month for all those whose names you place on the Altar list.



Policy Statement


The Archdiocese of Dublin and the parish of Divine Mercy, Lucan South

value and encourage the participation of children and young people in Parish liturgies and in Diocesan activities in order to enhance their spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.

We recognise the dignity and rights of all children and are committed to ensuring their protection from all forms of abuse.

This is a commitment binding on all priests and on those who work in our Diocesan offices and agencies, and in our parishes.

It extends to all the many and varied ways that children share in the life of the Church in our Diocese.