Weekly Bulletin – Milltown Parish – Sunday, October 24th

Parish of St. Columbanus & Gall, Milltown, Dublin

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sunday, October 25th 2020


“You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.” Mt: 22



Thank you for your donations to last week’s Offertory and Share Collections. Donations to these collections can be made online from our Parish Website atwww.milltownparish.ie


The Parish’s Annual Bethany Mass for those whose funerals took place during the past year will be celebrated at 7.30pm on Monday Nov.2nd. Parishioners’ are invited to forward us the names of their recently departed relatives and friends whom they wish to have remembered at this Mass. The parish email address is milltownparishcentre@gmail.com and telephone messages can be left on 2196740 & 2680041.


This Week’s Feast Days


Tuesday 27th: St. Otteran, monk

Wednesday 28th: SS Simon and Jude, Apostles

Thursday 29th: St. Colman, bishop



Due to Level 5 restrictions there will be no public Mass in Milltown church until further notice.  Daily on line Mass is at 10am and also at 11.30am on Sundays. All Masses are livestreamed and can be viewed on:


The church is open for private prayer on Monday – Saturday from 10.45 to 5.30pm and on Sunday from 12,30pm to 5.30pm.


TAX REFUND: Under the eligible charities scheme the Parish can claim a tax refund on parishioners’ contributions that exceed €250 in the year through Christmas/Easter dues, Family Offering or special donations.

We are currently preparing a final follow up claim for tax refund on 2019 contributions that exceed the threshold. If you have received a CHY3 form, we would ask you to complete and return it to the parish office and we appreciate your continued support.


The Irish Cancer Society is looking for volunteers to drive patients to and from their chemotherapy treatments.  Drivers with free weekday availability who can commit to driving patients twice a month are asked to contact  Gail at gflinter@irishcancer.ie or call 01 2310 566 for an application form. Due to the impact of the Coronavirus, we are seeking drivers under the age of 70 years.


Teen Hope Online: We are launching Teen Hope Online. Teen Hope is a space where teens can be themselves – a pressure free zone. It is a space where through fun and engaging activities you can build friendships, and encounter an experience of welcome, belonging and discipleship. While we physically cannot gather due to Covid 19, the Young Church Dublin is offering the Alpha Youth Series online as a way to reach out to Teens during this time.  For more information, you can email st.pauls@dublindiocese.ie




Prayer for Spiritual Communion




My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the most Blessed Sacrament.

I love You above all things and I desire to receive You into my soul.

Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally,

Come to me Lord, come at least spiritually into my heart,

and unite my soul completely to You.

Never let me be separated from You.