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Congratulations to all who took part and attended “The You Raise Me Up! Oblate Gospel Choir and Friends” performance on Wednesday night last, 19 November 2014 here at Our Lady of the Wayside Church Bluebell. It was a great success … Continue reading
Oblate Gospel Choir
Wednesday 19 November 2014, 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Our Lady of the Wayside Church, Bluebell
Tickets are available NOW online from Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.ie/e/you-raise-me-up-tickets-13845061953?aff=eac2 at the Parish Office, from members of the choir, Sr Anne or at the door on the evening of the Concert. So that you will not be disappointed it is suggested that you get your tickets early. It promises to be a most enjoyable evening. Please pass on the good news. Sr Anne
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After almost 4 years as parish priest in Bluebell, Fr Tomasz heads off to take up a new appointment as parish priest in Vancouver, Canada. Parishioners, young and old, together with members of the Polish community attended a concelebrated mass … Continue reading
See Peter O’Neill’s message below:
“As discussed at the last PPC meeting, the Folk Group will be singing at the RTE mass on Sunday 6th October. If you would like to join us in the studio for the live Mass, please let me know ASAP. It would be lovely if you could attend. A bus will leave the church at 8am and will return back to Bluebell after the Mass.
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Approximately 250 people attended Cemetery Sunday here in Bluebell on a scorching hot sunny Sunday afternoon. The outdoor mass was celebrated by parish priest, Fr Tomasz Koscinski, OMI. Members of the adult choir lead the hymns and rosary with support … Continue reading
Venue: Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Aras Mhuire Hall, Tyrconnnell Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Saturday 13 July 2013 (10am – 4.30pm)
Booking is free and tickets are available online here
Fr Rolheiser’s website can also be viewed here. (See more detailed information under Events menu and /or calendar from this home page.)
Fifteen children from Our Lady of the Wayside and St Cillians schools made their first holy communion here in Our Lady of the Wayside Church, Bluebell.
The children have been preparing for their big day with the close cooperation of their parents / guardians, teachers and the liturgy group since October through the “Do this in memory of me” programme.
Fr Tomasz was joined by Fr Monaghan at this 11am mass. The resident combined adult and children choirs provided the singing. The sun shone brightly in what was to be a beautiful day.
Sr Anne made specific reference to the Sacred Space. Here the children have been placing symbolic items throughout the year. She suggested that parents, relatives and friends come and have a look at the Sacred Space (see below).
Congratulations to all the children!
We were enriched by your presence and we will continue to pray for and support you in whatever way we can.
Sr Mairead Holton
A mass to celebrate the life of Sr Mairead Holton, CHF was held at the 6.30 vigil mass. Mairead was sadly taken from us on 23 April 2013 when she peacefully passed away. It was a wonderful turnout – members of her close and extended family joined with Bluebell and visiting Mary Immaculate and St Michael’s parishes and colleagues from the Holy Faith Sisters to remember Mairead. Tribute was paid to her outstanding and unselfish contribution to all aspects of life in the Inchicore and Bluebell parishes.
The folk group, resident choir for the vigil mass provided wonderful singing.
Tea / coffee and some delicious home baking served in the Josie Hunt Kitchen afterwards allowed those who attended to chat and reminisce.
Ar dheis Dé, go raibh a h-anam
Congratulations to all those children who made their Confirmation recently in Our Lady of the Wayside Church, Bluebell. Fr Tomasz, parish priest concelebrated this mass with Monsignor Dermot Clarke. A warm and heartfelt thanks to their parents / guardians, the teachers of Our Lady of the Wayside and St Cillians schools to ensure that it was a most memorabe day for all.
Thanks also to the Liturgy Groups whose work of preparing the children began in earnest many months ago.
Extended thanks to the Church Environmental Group and those who assisted in any way in getting our church in pristine condition for this important event.
Finally thank you also to the combined adult and children’s choirs who contributed much to making this a very special occasion for all who attended.