Bonnybrook Parish News

12 - 20 May 2024 

For the renewal of the Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin

You are warmly invited to join once again with every parish in the diocese in a Novena to the Holy Spirit.

On Monday, April 22nd this year, people around the world will be marking Earth Day, this is a day on which we remind ourselves that we all live as ‘one family’, relying on the same air, water, food, and resources.

By Rev. Trevor Sargent

In 1950, the renowned German theologian and theological peritus at the Second Vatican Council, Jesuit Fr. Karl Rahner, published a short article titled, "A Faith That Loves the Earth".
The focus of his reflection was an attempt to say something about the joyful mystery of Easter, which is, as he put it, "the most human message of Christianity."

Dublin City Council will be providing native tree saplings to residents in the Northside Civic car park for National Tree Week, on 2 March 2024.

This year Trócaire’s Lenten campaign focuses on the count of Malawi, Africa. Malawi is one of the least develop countries in the world and has been badly affected climate change.

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Praying for our World with Pope Francis

Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin will lead the Holy See’s delegation to Dubai to deliver Pope Francis’ contribution for the COP28 climate summit, since the Holy Father is unable to attend due to his health.

As the Season of Creation 2023 draws to a close, it was with great joy we welcomed the Eco Congregation Climate Justice Candle to our parish to guide us in our celebrations.

On Wednesday 4 October, lay women and men, members of religious orders, priests and bishops from around the world will gather in communion with Pope Francis to pray, reflect and discuss what a synodal Church looks like.