Our Parish

We, Parishioners of St. Brigid’s Parish, Blanchardstown, commit ourselves to continue the mission of Jesus Christ, by sharing Gospel values, by being a welcoming Church and a celebrating people of God.

St. Brigid’s Parish

St. Brigids Parish BlanchardstownMass Times

Weekends: Vigil Mass (Saturdays), 6.00 pm.

Sunday Mornings 10.30 am only

Weekdays & Holy Days: 10.00 am. (Tuesday,  Thursday, Friday, On Wednesdays Liturgy of the Word at 10.00amRosary each day at 9.30am)

Bank Holidays: 11.00 am.

Evening Mass for Greater Blanchardstown Area now on Mondays at 7.30 pm preceded by Rosary and Novena at 7:00pm.

First Friday & Saturday of Month – Morning Mass 10.00 am.

Family Mass on the last Sunday of the Month at 10.30 a.m.

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Mass Times in the Area

LAUREL LODGE – St Thomas the Apostle

Vigil Mass Saturday 6.30pm

Sunday Mass: 9.30 am, 11.00 am, 12.30 pm.

Monday – Saturday 10.00 am


Vigil Mass Saturday 6.00 p.m.

Sunday Mass: 11.00

Monday & Friday 10.00 a.m.

Adoration of Blessed Sacrament – Sundays 7-8 p.m.

CORDUFF – St Patricks

Vigil Mass Saturday 6pm

Sunday Mass: 9.30am, 11.30 am

Monday – Saturday 9.05am

MULHUDDART – St Luke the Evangelist

Monday – Friday  10.00am

Saturday 6.30pm

Sunday Mass: 10.00am and 12 noon

Holy Day Vigil Mass 7.00 pm

Holy Day Mass 11.00 am

MOUNTVIEW – St Philip the Apostle

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HARTSTOWN – St Ciaran’s

Vigil Mass Saturday 7pm

Sunday Mass: 10.30am 12 noon

Monday – Saturday 9.30am

HUNTSTOWN & LITTLEPACE – Sacred Heart of Jesus

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CASTLEKNOCK – Our Lady Mother of the Church

Vigil Mass Saturday: 6pm

Sunday Mass: 10am, 12 noon

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10am

Tuesday & Thursday: 7.30pm

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The parish of Blanchardstown, an old parish once covering a large rural area, has changed dramatically since its origins, especially in recent years (see History). It is now a bustling vibrant cosmopolitan parish whose boundaries encompass both rural and suburban areas - from the cottages at Cappogue to the apartments and duplexes in Pelletstown, from the Blanchardstown Centre to the village Main Street - and comprises approximately 7,000 homes; At the 2,006 census 10,618 Catholics registered in the parish; the addition of a number of housing developments in the period since then has increased this number.

Blanchardstown is a blend of the old and the new, the local and the international, the modern and the traditional. St. Brigid's, the parish church, is located just off Main Street in the heart of the village.

The Parish Team in collaboration with the Parish Pastoral Council, the Parish Finance Committee and the various Voluntary Groups and Lay Ministers do this in a spirit of service, and work together to build up a dynamic Christian Community. They do it in a practical way by:

  • Celebrating the Eucharist: In addition to the regular Sunday Masses, there are daily Masses and special Masses - e.g., for our international communities and for the sick and the bereaved
  • Providing access to and helping parishioners prepare for the Sacraments - Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage etc.
  • Supporting the bereaved
  • Providing opportunities for prayer and spiritual growth
  • Visiting the sick or housebound
  • Supporting the vulnerable and those less well off in our community

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