Sundays: Masses locally
6pm (Vigil on Sat night);10am; 12 noon; 9pm
6pm (Vigil) - no 6pm Mass if vigil falls on Sunday;
7.30am; 10am; 12 noon; 9pm
Mon-Fri: 7.30am; 10am; 12 noon
Saturdays: 10am; 12 noon; 6pm (Vigil for Sun)
Bank Holidays: 10am; 12 noon
Our Lady Queen of Peace
Merrion Road, Dublin 4,
D04 NX33, Ireland
Tel: +353 (0)1 269 1825
Apart from providing useful information about the parish, its groups and the various activities, it is our desire to use this website to share our faith with you, providing resources and links for faith development, both personal and family.
We also want to facilitate piety and prayer and hope you will find the Daily Mass Readings (with commentary) helpful.
Since 2008, priests of the Opus Dei Prelature have been entrusted with the pastoral care of Our Lady Queen of Peace. We have included a Daily Message taken from the writings of St Josemaría, Founder of Opus Dei, which gives some insights into his charism.
We would appreciate your feedback. God bless you and please visit us often!
There will be Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
from 12.30 (after the 12 noon Mass) until MIDNIGHT on Thursday, 4 August 2016.
The usual Thursday Holy Hour will take place during the Vigil from 7-8pm.
A roster has been placed in the church porch. If you are able to watch one hour with Jesus, it would be helpful if you could sign up the roster.
You can also ring 01 269 1825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know and we can put your name down.
The usual Friday period of Adoration will take place on Friday 5 August from 10.30-11.55.
See current status of Roster here.
Wed, 10 August
| 7.30 - 9.30pm
|Women|| Tue, 16 August
|| 2 - 4pm
Wed, 17 August
| 7.30 - 9.30pm
Masses will be at 10am and 12 noon.
There will be no early morning Mass at 7.30am.
"Saint Josemaría had a special gift in leading men and women into a form of holiness which would become fruitful through a life lived within the realities of daily life".
Our faith in the God who took flesh in order to become our companion along the way needs to be everywhere proclaimed, especially in our streets and homes, as an expression of our grateful love and as an inexhaustible source of blessings. (Mane nobiscum Domine, 7 October 2004, no. 18)