Welcome to the official website of the
Parish of Saint Philip The Apostle, Mountview.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we launch our new website after what seems like a long time in the making. It is hoped that through this website the people of Mountview can enter a new level of communication with each other and that our many parish groups may gain a new and stronger voice.
Our aim is to portray through the use of our website, the vibrancy that we all feel as parishioners. This is after all, your new information tool, a means of communicating and gathering on line. Please use the website and keep it alive. Also feel free to forward any comments or suggestions, as your participation is important.
Finally, a note of thanks to all who were involved in funding and creating our new on line look.
People really do make the difference!!!
Comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
For Your Diary
During Lent 2015 there will be additional Evening Mass on weekdays Monday to Friday at 7.30pm. On Fridays ONLY there will be Stations of the Cross after the evening Mass.
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On Monday 9th March at 8pm in St. Philips Confessions for First Holy Communicants will take place.
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We would like to thank all those who attended and participated in our Retreat in Daily Life.
For First Holy Communion Dates in the Cluster Parishes click here…
For Confirmation Dates in the Cluster Parishes click here…
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June 2013 Bishops issue Statement on
Proposed Abortion Legislation
Click here to read full letter from Archbishop Diarmuid Martin – June 2013
Eucharistic Ministers –
Very Rev. Fr, Joe Coyne,
36 Ashfield Lawn
Huntstown, Dublin 15
Phone: (01) 821 6447
Very Rev. Fr. Patrick O’Byrne, Co-PP
St PhilipThe Apostle,
Phone: (01) 821 6380
69 Fortlawn Drive,
Phone: (01) 811 9430
Parish Pastoral Council:
Mr. Robbie Daly
Parish Pastoral Worker:
Mr. Clinton Maher
Attends during Church Services.
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