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Postal address: Parish Office, St. Michan's Church,
Halston Street, Dublin 7

St. Michan's Parish
Halston Street

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Parish Mission Statement

 Inspired by the Gospel, we the parishioners of Halston Street Parish recognise the dignity and uniqueness of each person.

Like Jesus, who
washed the feet of others, we are committed to serving one another and to making our parish a community where everyone feels welcomed, accepted, valued, listened to and cared for.

This weekend, 18/19 May, we will for the first time hold a new collection which will be called the Ministry Sunday Collection. This new annual collection will replace the Share Collection and will be devoted to support the building up of new forms of lay ministry in our parishes. The work of spreading the Gospel of Jesus in our changing religious culture will require more lay men and women working in various ways alongside our priests at the heart of parish communities.

POST-SYNODAL APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION

Parish Office
In order to accommodate callers to the Parish Office in the late afternoon, particularly those who would like access to the parish after normal working hours, we have decided to make the availability/opening hours more flexible. To assist in this, we ask callers to contact the office in advance and an appointment will be made. Every effort will be made to have someone available between 3:30pm and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. Exceptions will be necessary to allow time for meetings and Diocesan duties, so please phone before making the journey to Halston Street.

The Padre Pio Office has relocated from Dufferin Avenue to the Capuchin Friary in Church Street. Padre Pio medals, prayers and books available during office hours. There has been a delay in the installation of the new phone line, but we will advise you on the contact number as soon as it is installed and working.





Pope's Visit to Ireland



Papal Mass in Phoenix Park


Ode To My Great Grandparents &
St. Michan's RC Church, Halston St., Dublin 7

* Capuchin Vocations
* Monthly Mass for our Recently Deceased

  Book launch took place on Saturday, 25th November after 6pm Mass. Click on the book to buy your copy online.

Video of the launch on YouTube.

   
 
   

 

Purchase Parish Books online

 

All Will Be Well - A message from Fr. Flann Lynch OFM Cap

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"A Living Word"

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Work on painting the ceiling is in the planning stage. Latest updates on our Restoration Button.

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Mass Times


 

Halston Street

Church Street

Daily Mass
(Monday to Friday)

10am

8am
7:30pm

 

 

 

Saturday

10am
6pm (vigil of Sunday)

9.30am

Sunday


12 noon

9am
10am (Irish)
11:30am
7pm

 

 

 

Vigil Mass for Holyday

6pm

7:30pm

Holyday

10am

8am
7:30pm

 

 

 

Bank Holiday

10am

9.30am

 

 

 

Greek Catholic Community
Sunday 9:45am  


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Mass Bookings for Halston Street

At the Parish Pastoral Council meeting on 10 October, it was agreed that, as and from the first Sunday in Advent (27th November), the Saturday 6pm Mass and the Sunday noon Mass would both be shared Masses. It is hoped that this change will help facilitate the many families who wish to come to Halston Street to pray for special intentions or to remember the anniversaries their loved ones.

The first Saturday of the month will continue to be reserved for the Monthly Mass for Recently Deceased

Novena Mass cards are available from the Parish Office and at the weekend Masses. The Novena Masses are celebrated in Halston Street each month.

General Information

The priests of the parish and the Parish Pastoral Council wish you and your family peace.

The parish of St. Michan was constituted in 1096 making it one of the oldest parishes in the diocese. We are fortunate to be living in such an historic part of Dublin, the significance of which is often lost as we observe people coming and going on a daily basis as they commute to work from the suburbs.

There are two Catholic churches in our parish – the parish church of St. Michan (Halston Street) and the friary church of St. Mary of the Angels (Church Street). The parish is presently under the care of the Capuchin Franciscan Order.

Dublin Gospel Choir
7pm Mass in Church Street on the first Sunday (no choir in January, July and August)

Miraculous Medal Devotions
Mondays in Halston Street Church immediately following daily Mass

Gospel Sharing
Wednesday from 6:30pm to 7:30pm in Halston Street

St. Anthony Devotions
Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Church Street Church

Holy Hour for Church Renewal
First Thursday from 6:30pm to 7:30pm in Church Street – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Meditation, Evening Prayer and Benediction

Monthly Mass for Recently Deceased
First Saturday at 6pm in Halston Street Church

Secular Franciscan Order (SFO)
Wednesday after the second Sunday at 3pm and 7:30pm in Church Street

Padre Pio Devotions
Thursday after the third Sunday at 7:30pm in Church Street Church

Tour of St. Michan’s, Halston Street

Please contact the parish office if you would like to find out more about the parish or would like a tour of the church. Copies of the History of the Parish available from the Parish at €12
cover

Request for Certificates and
Family History Research

The parish holds the Baptismal, Confirmation and Marriage records for the following:

  • St. Michan's in Halston Street/North Anne Street
  • St. Paul's on Arran Quay
  • St. Mary of the Angels in Church Street
  • North Dublin Union

Complete the following form and return to the Parish Office for processing (Request a Certificate)

It is possible to pay online using one of these PayPal buttons and return the request by email to halstonst@gmail.com or return it by post to
Parish Office, St. Michan's Church, Halston Street, Dublin 7.

Ceremony took place between 1970 and today
 
For recent certificates (1970 to date), please select one of the options - either post or collection from the Parish Office
 
Ceremony took place before 1970
 
For older certificates (prior to 1970), please select one of the options - either post or collection from the Parish Office

   

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