This is a list of all parish and community groups and notices which relate to each. Click on the group name below for more information.

Ministers of the Word

Ministers of the Word are lay people called by God through the church to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. The reader in any liturgical celebration proclaims the Word of God. An afternoon of reflection will be held in October 2015, details to follow.

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Parish Pastoral Council

St. Brigid’s Parish Pastoral Council was set up on April 2005 in response to the decision by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin that a Parish Pastoral Council be established in every parish in the Archdiocese of Dublin.  Seán Feeney is the current chairman of the PPC and can be contacted through the Parish Office.

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Ministers of the Eucharist

Ministers of the Eucharist are lay people called by God to assist in the distribution of Holy Communion at all the masses in the parish.  In addition, they also bring Holy Communion to those who are sick and housebound.

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ACCORD is an Irish voluntary Catholic organisation that aims to promote a deeper understanding of Christian marriage and to offer people the means to safeguard and nourish their marriage and family relationships.

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Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary is a lay organisation dedicated to Our Lady, founded in Ireland by Frank Duff and now spread to many countries through out the world.  Today, between active and auxiliary (praying) members there are in excess of 10 million members worldwide making it the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic church.

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Pioneer Association

Monthly Meeting:
3rd Monday  @ 8.15 pm
Roselawn Health Centre,
Roselawn Road,
Dublin 15

Contact: Rory on 087 628 0543
or Liam on (01) 821 4378

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St. Vincent de Paul

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul exists to fight poverty. It is the largest, voluntary, charitable organisation in Ireland. Its membership of 9,500 volunteers throughout the country are supported by professional staff, working for social justice and the creation of a more just, caring nation. This unique network of social concern also gives practical support to those experiencing poverty and social exclusion, by providing a wide range of services to people in need.

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