With the easing of Government restrictions, from Monday 10 May up to 100 people (in 2 pods of 50) may physically attend Mass.
All Masses will be livestreamed.


Mon – Fri: 07:30 and 12 noon (no 10am Mass)

Saturday: 10am, 12 noon & 6pm (Vigil for Sunday)

Sunday: 10am, 12 noon & 9pm


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Weekdays: 10am – 11:55

Saturdays: 10:30 – 11:55

Sundays:   10:45 – 11:55

(subject to change, depending on priest availability)

Parish Secretary: Elisa Tozzato

Mon-Fri: 9.30 – 12.30

Tel: 01-269 1825

Email: [email protected]



During Level 5 restrictions, all Masses will be livestreamed, with no public attending.

Mon – Fri: 07:30 and 12 noon (no 10am Mass)

Saturday: 10am, 12 noon & 6pm (Vigil for Sunday)

Sunday: 10am, 12 noon & 9pm

Weekdays: 10am – 11:45
Saturdays: 10:30 – 11:45
Sundays:   10:45 – 11:45

(subject to change, depending on priest availability)

Parish Secretary: Elisa Tozzato Mon-Fri: 9.30 – 12.30 Tel: 01-269 1825 Email: [email protected]




Our Lady Queen of Peace
Merrion Road, Dublin 4,
D04 NX33, Ireland

Tel: +353 (0)1 269 1825

[email protected]

Spiritual Game Plan

Do you want to be a really good Christian? The first of your battles will be to enter into and remain in the state of grace, to avoid any mortal sin. And, then, because you want to love God above all things, you will also try not to commit venial sins.

The practice of some acts of piety throughout the day will help you to have a divine contemplative life in the midst of the daily routine. The habitual performance of these acts will also be the founda­tion for growing in Christian virtues. Most important is to be consistent in your daily schedule, in your spiritual game plan, so that you will live as a child of God.

  • Get up at a fixed time, as early as possible. Eight hours of sleep should be enough. More than this or less than six hours of sleep may is usually not healthy.
  • Offer your day to God through the intercession of our Lady.
  • Work with order and intensity during the day as a way of serving God. Set goals and establish pri­orities in order to develop a practical schedule. Sanctifying ordinary work is the goal of our life.
  • Try to attend Mass, receiving holy Communion, as of­ten as possible. This is the best sacrifice we can offer to God. Prepare yourself for the Mass by spending some time in prayer.
  • Spend some time in mental prayer before the Blessed Sacrament (15 minutes, if possible).
  • Pray the Angelus at noontime. (During Easter­time, we say the Regina Cæli instead.)
  • Pray the Rosary, if possible, with your family, of­fering each decade for a specific intention.
  • Do some other spiritual reading. Start with the New Testament or some well-known spiritual book. Ten to fifteen minutes is sufficient.
  • Do a short examination of conscience at the end of the day before going to bed. Two or three min­utes is enough.
    Follow these steps:

    • Humble your­self in the presence of God. Tell him, “Lord, if you will, you can make me clean.”
    • Ask for light to acknowledge your defects and virtues and to see the dangers and opportunities of the day.
    • Ask for repentance, amendment, and encouragement.
  • Centre all activities around the Holy Mass on Sunday, the Lord’s day. It is also a family day – for rest and spiritual growth.
  • If you do not receive holy Communion every day, receive at least on Sundays and holy days of obligation.
  • Saturday is traditionally dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Honour her and say some special prayer, such as the Hail Holy Queen.
  • Go to Confession at least once a month. It is the sacrament of joy.
    Pope John Paul II says:
    God is always the one who is principally offended by sin – ‘l have sinned against You’ – and God alone can forgive. He does so through the ministrv of the priest in the sacrament of Penance, which is the ordinary way of obtaining forgiveness and remission of mortal sins. Every mortal sin must always be stated with its determining circumstances in an individual confession.”
  • Seek and follow the spiritual guidance of a wise, prudent, and knowledgeable priest.
  • Spend a few hours in recollection, best done before the Blessed Sacrament. Consider how you are directing your life toward God.

Spend two three days each year in silence, speaking with God only. A few days of retreat are necessary for the soul in the same way that the body needs a vacation. It is a yearly opportunity for conversion.

  • Stay in the presence of God: be aware that he is always close to you. Try to please him in everything as a child tries to please his/her parents.
  • Thank God for the graces that he constantly gives you.
  • Do everything for the love of God: this is purity of intention. Always purify your intention. Make acts of contrition and atonement for your sins and sins o


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Today's Readings

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  • Daily Readings for Monday, May 10, 2021
    Reading 1: Acts of Apostles 16:11-15, Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 149:1-6, Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 149:9, Gospel: John 16:1-4, Gospel: John 15:26-27
  • Daily Readings for Sunday, May 09, 2021
    Reading 1: Acts of Apostles 10:25-26, Reading 1: Acts of Apostles 10:34-35, Reading 1: Acts of Apostles 10:44-48, Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 98:1-4, Gospel: John 15:9-17, Reading 2: 1 John 4:7-10

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