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Welcome to the website of Star of the Sea Church. The church is one of two churches in the parish of Laytown-Mornington.
We hope that you find the site useful for information on masses, sacraments and other church events as well as keeping up -to-date with what's happening in our community and parish.

Priests of the Parish

Welcome Fr. Joseph

Fr. Joseph Apust
Tel: 041 9827384

Fr. Denis McNelis  P.P.
Laytown (041 9827258)

Parish Office Hours
Mon & Wed:  9.30am- 2.00pm
Friday:  8.30am - 1.00pm

The diocesan changes announced by
Bishop Tom took place on Monday, 17th June.  
Fr. Joseph Apust has been appointed as curate in Mornington.  
Fr. Joseph is a native of the diocese of Minna in Nigeria and was ordained a priest there in the year 2000.  Since then he has worked in parishes in Minna and served on the formation team of Good Shepherd Major Seminary in Kaduna.  He was later appointed Rector of the St. Paul Spiritual year Seminary.  At the request of his bishop, Fr. Joseph is currently pursuing further studies in Maynooth.  
We welcome Fr. Joseph to the Diocese of Meath and particularly to our Parish and wish him many happy years among us.

Mass Times

Mornington Church - 30th Anniversary

Saturday Night Vigil:




Monday:     Liturgy of the Word










Mornington Church was blessed and opened on 27th August 1989 by Bishop Michael Smith.  
To mark the 30th Anniversary of the new Church a special Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Michael Smith on Saturday 31st August at 6pm.  You are asked to make a special note of this and join with the Parish in the celebrations.  
The Mass will be followed by a Parish Social Evening in the Glenside Hotel.  
Buffet reception at 7.30pm.  
Tickets €15 are on sale after Mass and in the Sacristy and Parish Office.

Eucharistic Adoration

Eucharistic Adoration

from 9am to 10pm

Adoration takes place each Wednesday from 9am - 10pm
Adorers are urgently needed for the following hours:-
4-5pm, 5-6pm, 6-7pm & 9-10pm.  Please give your name into the Presbytery if you are available at any of these times.


Visitation of the Sick & Housebound

On Request

The sick and the housebound in the Mornington Church Parish area are visited during the first week each month.  If you have a family member or neighbour who is housebound and unable to come out to Mass please contact the Presbytery on 041 9827384.  


Mornington Parish / Do This In Memory
Parish based preparation programme for First Communion


Mornington Parish / Confirming Our Children
Parish Based Preparation Programme for Confirmation

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