15 April 2021, Thursday
Religious Services

Mass Times

Saturday: 10 am and 6 pm anticipated Mass of Sunday.

Sunday 9.15, 11.30 am and 1pm  
Monday to Friday: 10 am
Holy Days - 6 pm anticipated Mass of the Feast, Holy Day 10 am   and 1 pm. (Please check in Parish News section of our website for the changes in Mass times)
First Friday - 10 am 
• Miraculous Medal: Monday after 10 am Mass
• Rosary: Daily after 10 am Mass
• Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament: Tuesday to Friday after 10 am Mass till 11.30 am


Sacrament Of Penance (Confessions):
Saturdays after the 10 am Mass

Communal Celebration of Sacrament of Penance (Rite II):
As announced


Second Saturday of each Month at 12 noon.

One Month's Notice required.

Please contact the Parish Office in person for Arrangements.

Telephone 01-2804969.

Marriages and Funerals

By arrangement with the Priests of the Parish. Contact the Parish Office. 01-2804969 or the Priest on Duty.


If you are visiting St Michaels for any of these services kindly note we are serviced by the following bus routes - 111, 45A, 46A, 46N, 46X, 59, 63, 7, 75, 7A, 7N. We are a few minutes walk from Dun Laoghaire Dart Station.

Easter Dues can be dropped off in the Church or posted for the attention of the Parish Priest, St. Michael's Church, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire. Thanking you for your continuous support. 

The priests of the Parish wish you and you families a happy and peaceful Easter. Alleluia

Paul Tyrrell, P.P.

Martin Daly, C.C.


We regret that all public Masses will be suspended, until further notice from December 26th due to Level 5 Restrictions which have been reintroduced by the government. The Church is open daily from 9.30 am to 4 pm for private prayer.

The number attending funerals is 10 people.


The Parish Office is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. If you wish to contact the parish office please email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or telephone 01 280 4969.



We are concerned for the safety of everybody and it is important to remember that the obligation to attend Mass in person was lifted at the start of the pandemic and will continue for some time to come.

Face masks are highly recommended, please bring your own.

The dispensation, issued by the Irish Bishops Conference, from attending Mass on Sundays and holydays remains in place. You don’t have to attend Mass on Sundays and holydays but you might like to attend the weekday Mass (Monday to Saturday) at 10 a.m.

Physical Distancing:The capacity of the church has been reduced, numbers attending have to be restricted. Please enter & leave the church in an orderly manner. Do not cluster in aisles or doorways. Follow the instructions of ushers & signs around the Church. Pews have been marked to facilitate physical distancing. Please remain in your pew throughout Mass. Those in the same household may enter and sit together. All others please maintain a distance of 2 meters (6ft). There will be no Offertory Procession or Sign of Peace. Holy Communion will be distributed to the congregation in their seats and may only be received in the hand.

Hygiene: Always cough or sneeze into a tissue/elbow. You are encouraged to carry & use hand sanitiser. The Celebrant, Eucharistic Ministers & Ushers, will wear face masks if they approach the congregation.

If you are feeling unwell please do not attend church services.


Important Notice: Covid-19 Outbreak

Dear Parishioners of St. Michael's, this is a difficult time for all of us. We pray that with God’s help and by helping one another we can get through this crisis together.

Those who have booked masses can re arrange them through parish office. Please refer to our website for further updates. We entrust each of you to the loving care of God our Father. 





















Exposition of the Most Blessed

Sacrament: Tuesday to Friday after

10 a.m. Mass till 11.30 a.m.