St. Oliver Plunketts


Mass Times

Saturday: 7:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am, 11:00am

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Cemetery Sunday 2018


Commemoration of the Faithful Departed and Blessing of the Graves, Sunday 10th June at 3.00pm
Holy Water: Water will be blessed at all Masses on Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th June.
Car Parking: Please follow the stewards’ instructions and avoid parking along the road, to ensure a free flow of traffic before and after the ceremony.
Collection: An opportunity will be provided for those who wish to make a donation towards the upkeep of the cemetery.
Thank you for

Lavey Parish Mass Times

Lavey Parish Mass Times

Monday 13th March to Sunday 19th March 2017

Monday: 7.00am & 9.15am.

Wednesday: 9.15am & 7.30pm;

Thursday: 9.15am & 7.30pm: Vigil – St. Patrick’s Day;

Friday 17th – St. Patrick’s Day: 10.00am

Saturday: Vigil – 7.00pm;

Sunday: 9.00am & 11.00am
Lenten Devotions: Sunday 19th March at 6.00pm.

Ash Wednesday

LENT starts this week with Ash Wednesday.

It is a day of fast & abstinence.

Mass Times: 9.00am & 7.30pm.

Ashes will be distributed after each Mass.

Ashes will also be distributed in the Church at 10.15am for St Mary’s PS

and at

11.15am for St. Mary’s College.

  Statement by the Catholic bishops in Northern Ireland in advance of the Assembly Election on 2 March 2017

Press Release - Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter, Wednesday 22 February 2017 – Immediate

Statement by the Catholic bishops in Northern Ireland in advance of the Assembly Election on 2 March 2017

  • See below pastoral reflection A Better Future: towards a culture of life, care and hope for all
  • See below ten questions for candidates who are standing in the Assembly elections

To our political leaders…


The premature collapse of our political institutions is a serious matter

Funeral of Bishop Edward Daly, RIP -Bishop Donal McKeown’s Homily

Bishop Donal McKeown: Funeral of Bishop Edward Daly

Below are the speaking notes of Bishop Donal McKeown at the Funeral Mass for Bishop Edward Daly:

This is a day that all of us – and none more so than Bishop Edward Daly – knew would eventually come. Having retired on the grounds of ill health almost 23 years ago, he had faced recurrent illness and the frailties which come with increasing age. But he always seemed to bounce back with his usual poise. However, over the last couple