Happy Easter. Thank you to everyone who helped, participated, in any way, out front or behind the scenes, in our lovely Easter Ceremonies, and thanks also to all who helped decorate our beautiful church. Ye are brilliant, and real Easter people! And to everyone who came, watched on the internet, prayed and celebrated with us, God bless you.
We, The Redemptorists have been in Limerick since 1853 and are known locally as “The Fathers”. We extend a welcome to all, to join us in worship and prayer, in our church and online. You can share in our prayer through our webcam and find out about our ministry on the pages of this website. We also provide links to other Redemptorist websites. Our message of plentiful redemption is one we share with great joy, and we invite you to share it with others by telling them about us.
Mass times in the Redemptorist Church
Saturday Vigil: 7.15pm,
Sunday: 8.00am, 12.00pm, 7.15pm
Monday-Friday: 8.00am, 10.00am, 7.15pm
You can view and hear any of the above Masses, live, by clicking here.
Like Irish or American Presidents, Redemptorist Rectors can serve two terms in office and then a new Rector must be appointed. Having completed his two terms Fr. Adrian Egan comes to the end of his time as Rector of Mount St. Alphonsus and hands over to the new Rector, Fr. Seamus Enright, at 12 Noon Mass, on Easter Sunday. During his time Fr. Adrian oversaw the completion of the restoration of Mount St. Alphonsus Church, the complete renovation of the Monastery, and, among other things, was instrumental in setting up the Redemptorist Centre of music. We are particularly grateful for the enery,creativity and enthusiasm he brought to the liturgical life of the church, and the sense of welcome he constantly extended to all. We wish Fr. Adrian well in his future ministry, and, being a Limerick native, we know he will never be too long away from his home. Every good wish and blessing to another Limerick native, Fr. Seamus Enright, as he returns as Rector, seven years after being Rector previously.
As part of the celebrations for the Year of Prayer for the Consecrated Life, Bishop Brendan Leahy, Bishop of Limerick, will celebrate the Chrism Mass for 2015 at the Redemptorist Church of Mount St. Alphonsus, on Wednesday, 1st of April at 7.15pm.