Family Offering - Envelopes: €522
(Envelopes & Standing Orders finance the running costs of the Church)

1st Collection (Diocese)
Blue bag: €785
(Priest salaries and sick & retired priests of the Diocese)

2nd Collection
Share - €465


*Divine Mercy Prayer Group
Monday nights;
7:30pm – 8:30pm
*Scripture Sharing
on Tuesdays;
9:45am – 10:45am
on Fridays; from
9:45am – 3:00pm


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 Wed 8th May at 7.30pm


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

All Welcome

Easter Dues

Thank you to everyone who has returned their Easter Dues. Envelopes are available at the back of the Church and can be handed in to the Sacristy or to the Parish office. The priests of the Parish are very grateful for your generosity.

Divine Mercy Devotions

*Friday 26th April
Mass & Divine Mercy Novena Prayer - 7.00pm, Celebrant;
Fr Brendan Kealy

*Saturday 27th April
Mass & prayers - 6.30pm,

*Sunday 28th April

2.00pm Silent Adoration and reading from St. Faustina’s Diary

Confessions 2pm – 3pm

3:00pm Divine Mercy Prayer and Chaplet.

3:30pm Mass, Celebrant;
Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo; Papal Nuncio

Blessing with the Relic of
Saint Faustina

1st Holy Communion

Best wishes to the children from Lucan East Educate Together School who will receive their First Holy Communion here next Saturday 4th May at 11am.


Thanks to everyone, especially the children who have been putting money into their TROCAIRE boxes. Please return your box to the Church as soon as possible. ________________________________________

Beginners Yoga

Beginners Yoga class in the Bush Centre each Wednesday 10.15am – 11.15am - cost €5.

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.


Ministers of the Eucharist would be happy to bring Holy Communion to the sick and homebound.
Please contact the Parish Office.

Care for the Church

We would ask you to keep an eye on the Church anytime you are passing.
Please report any suspicious activity to the Gardaí in Ronantown;
Ph. 01 6667720


The Parish choirs’ practice in the Church each week; Adult Choir on Monday evenings and Youth & Children’s Choirs on Friday evenings.



Gluten free hosts are available for anyone with coeliac condition or on a gluten free diet. Instructions will be given during Mass as to where to receive this Communion.