Happy Easter and Thank You.

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…

Goodbye to the old Rector – Welcome to the new!

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,…

Concert with Musicians / Singers from Canterbury High School, Indiana, USA.

Local orchestra performs with US visiting choir in aid of Centre of Music on Tuesday, 24th March, at 8pm in Mount St. Alphonsus Church.

On Tuesday 24 March young musicians from the string orchestra Ceol Na Mara, directed by Oonagh Keogh,…

The Mass of Chrism at Mount St. Alphonsus.

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.

Holy Week at Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick, March 29th to April 5th, 2015


Blessing of Palms & Reading of Passion at all Masses; (Vigil-7.15pm), 8am, 12 Noon, 7.15pm. 

CONFESSIONS: (except during services)

In the church all day on Holy Thursday, Good Friday,…

Celebration of the Lord’s Supper, Thursday, 2nd April at 7.30pm

We will celebrate the Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7.30pm, Thursday, April 2nd.  This will be followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament during which people can ‘stay, keep watch with Jesus, and pray’. The time of Exposition will end with Night Prayer at 10.30pm.

Easter Vigil at 9pm on Saturday, 4th April.

We will celebrate the great Easter Vigil, beginning at 9pm, here in Mount St. Alphonsus Church, on Saturday, 4th April.

Palm Sunday, 29th March.

We begin Holy Week with the blessing of palms, and the reading of Matthew’s Passion, at all Masses this weekend, March 28th/29th.  Vigil on Saturday at 7.15pm.  Masses on Sunday at 8am, 12 Noon and 7.15pm.

St. Patrick’s Day Mass Times.

St. Patrick’s Day falls this year on a Tuesday!  The Vigil Mass will be on Monday at 7.15pm,  and Masses on Tuesday 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…

Masses on Easter Sunday, April 5th

Masses on Easter Sunday, April 5th are at 8am, 12 Noon and 7.15pm.