Mass is broadcast on 98.5FM

St. Mary’s Parish Church Dungarvan

in the 

Roman Catholic Diocese of Waterford and Lismore


Events in the Parish



Having being crucified for our sins, died and buried, Jesus rose from the dead on the third day. By conquering death Jesus gave us hope for eternal life. Jesus would once again meet his friends and disciples in the upper room, on the road to Emmaus, by the Sea of Galilee and many other places until his ascension into Heaven to be seated at the right-hand of the Father. The Resurrection gives us all hope for ourselves and for those who have passed on.



Divine Mercy Sunday

Sunday April 16th, the Second Sunday of Easter is Divine Mercy Sunday. Ceremonies here in St. Mary’s Parish Church, begin at 2.30pm, followed by Mass. These will be broadcast on 98.5FM.




The Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help will begin on Monday week, April 17th at 7.30pm and will continue for nine Mondays at 7.30pm each Monday. No 9.30am Mass on Mondays during the novena.




The word ‘Advent’ means ‘Coming’.

We recall a past event. When we hear of Advent, we think of the coming of God among us in the Child of Bethlehem on that first Christmas night.

We celebrate a present reality. In the present, we focus on God’s coming into our lives each day. He is God with us each day.

We look to the future. As we look to the future, we look to the second coming of Jesus at the end of time, to judge the living and the dead.

Advent has a past, a present and a future.