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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

Fr. Joseph Apust
Tel: 041 9827384

Email: mgtparish@eircom.net

Fr. Denis McNelis  P.P.
Laytown (041 9827258)
www.sacredheartlaytown.com

Mornington
Parish Office Hours
Mon/Wed/Fri:  9.30am- 2.00pm

Mass Times

Please note that all public Masses have been suspended

(Masses are still being celebrated daily by Fr. Denis and Fr. Joseph in private)

Saturday Night Vigil:

6.00pm

Sunday:

10.00am
11.30am

Monday:    

8.45am

Tuesday:    

8.45am

Wednesday:

8.45am

Thursday:    

8.45am

Friday:      

8.45am

All public Masses have been suspended until further notice.
However, Bishop Tom reminds us that, while Masses are suspended, the voice of prayer should not be silent.  

Masses are still being celebrated in private for your intentions by Fr. Joseph and Fr. Denis.

Parishioners are also asked to join in prayer at this time.

Mornington Church is still open to the public for private (non organized) prayer from 10.00am to 5.30pm.

Feel free to drop in to spend some time with the Lord.


St Mary's Parish Drogheda celebrates Mass via webcam at 10am each morning which can be accessed via their website
www.stmarysdrogheda.ie  and then Click on live stream to view.


Click here for Prayers for an end to the spread of Coronavirus

Eucharistic Adoration

Parish Finances

Wednesdays
from 9am to 6pm


Confessions

On Request

Mass Cards

Mass Cards for the Dead, Birthday Remembrance, Special Occasion, Get Well & Christmas Mass Bouquets etc. are available in the Parish Office Mon/Wed/Fri 9.30am-1pm and in the Sacristy after Mass.

 

We kindly invite people to consider maintaining or making a donation to the Parish during this critical time.  As you will be aware, for the duration of the restrictions on attendance at Mass, the Parish will be at a financial loss.  While we will be saving on heat and electricity, other bills remain.

There are three ways of supporting the parish:

  • Weekly envelopes:  Continue to drop in the weekly envelope for the Church, through the letterbox in the Presbytery Door.


  • Cheque (made payable to Mornington Church) or Cash Donation in Envelope marked ‘Mornington Church’:  Donations can be left in an envelope into the Presbytery.  Please include your name and/or envelope number (if you have one) as a reference so we can acknowledge your donation.


  • If you would like to set up a standing order with the Church or to make a one-off payment, you can do so by electronic transfer to our Church account.  Details are as follows:- A/C:  Mornington Church, BIC:  BOFIIE2D,  IBAN:  IE93 BOFI 9033 2287 6798 44.


Please let us know that you have made a donation or set up a standing order, so we can track your donation.  

We very much appreciate your support.

 
 

Our Lenten Effort for 2020

 
 

Trócaire :  There will be a basket available in the Church on Saturday 5th April from 6pm-6.30pm  and Sunday 6th April from 11.30am to 12 noon for anyone wishing to drop off their  Trócaire Box, Trócaire Envelope, Church Envelopes and Easter Dues for the Priest.  
These can also be given in to the Secretary in the Parish Office on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10am - 12 noon.

 
 


 
 

Meath Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2020

 
 

Will take place from September 14th-19th and will be led by Bishop Tom.
The fare is €765 for full board (sharing) and inclusive of insurance and travel taxes.  
If you are interested in travelling, contact
The Parish Office on Mon/Wed/Fri 9.30am-1.30pm on  041-9827384.


 
 
 
 

Corona Virus Precautions:  
How can I help to stop the spread of infection?
• Do not attend Mass if you feel in any way unwell
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue – always carry tissues
• Dispose of used tissues in a waste bin after use.
• Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or an alcohol based hand gel
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth – germs spread this way
• Avoid sharing water and other drinks
• Consider setting up a standing order for Church collections

Health and Safety in Reilig Mhuire Cemetery

We have recently received advice informing us that people should not place any items in the cemetery that create a heightened insurance risk.  This was on the foot of numerous complaints that have been made regarding a number of seats have been introduced into the cemetery without permission.  As this has been identified as a heightned risk, we would kindly ask people who have placed seats in the cemetery to take them home as soon as possible.   Perhaps you could have them as a memorial of your loved ones in your garden or in another appropriate place.  Please also remember in placing flowers or other items on your plots, to keep them within the area of your plot. Items that are outside the area of a plot will have to be removed.  
Guidelines regarding headstones and surrounds are to be found on Laytown Church website at www.sacredheartlaytown.com


Mornington Parish / Do This In Memory
Parish based preparation programme for First Communion
Next preparation Mass is on Thursday 9th April 2020 at 7pm (Holy Thursday)
Preparation Meeting for Parents (date to be confirmed) in Parish Rooms.

 


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

Donacarney Schools Confirmation took place on Thursday 5th March 2020.


 
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