On Sunday, the day before St. Patrick’s Day, we will have an extra Mass at 10am. The choir will sing, and the children’s liturgy will take place, at this 10am Mass for this one Sunday only. This is to facilitate those who wish to attend the International Band Parade which begins nearby at 12 Noon. We will still have a Mass at 12 Noon but it will be a more simple affair than usual.
St. Patrick’s Day falls this year on a Monday! The Vigil Mass will be on Sunday at 7.15pm, and Masses on Monday will be at 8am, 10am, 12 Noon and 7.15pm. Because of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade beginning at 12 Noon, and what with road closures and parking restrictions nearby, the 12 Noon Mass will be a simple affair. People who normally come to Mass at 12 Noon might prefer to come to one of the other Mass times because of the parade and traffic restrictions.
|March 11, 2014; 7:45 pm to 9:00 pm.
As part of a series of Lenten Talks and Information Evenings, St. Helen Culhane, founder of the Children’s Grief Project, will give a talk about the project, and the work they do, in the Redemptorist Monastery Conference Room at 7.45pm on Tueday, 11th March. It’s free, open to all, and entrance is through the Monastery Reception / Shop area.
Over the course of the Tuesdays of Lent (except Tuesday, 18th March) we are inviting representatives of local charities and support groups to talk about the work they do and they people they serve.
|March 18, 2014 8:00 pm to March 19, 2014 10:00 pm.
The University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire Women’s Concert Chorale are visiting Ireland over the St. Patrick’s holiday period. We are delighted that they will perform a concert here in the Redemptorist Church at Mount St. Alphonsus Church, Limerick on Tuesday, March 18th at 8pm. Also featuring, from the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, ‘SONAS’ Global Vocal Ensemble and ‘Lucernarium’ ensemble of medieval song and chant. Mainly a programme of American original composers, spirituals, medieval chant and Irish traditional music. A treasure of music for all!
Entrance is Free with a voluntary retiring collection in aid of the Redemptorist Centre of Music.