I am new to the parish, how do I get involved?
Firstly, Céad Míle Fáilte – One hundred thousand welcomes to you and/or your family. We are delighted that you are taking an interest in the life of the Church in this parish. It is our sincere wish that you will be able to participate as fully as possible in the sacramental life of the Church. Please browse the information on the website. In particular, have a look at the many groups active in the parish and decide if they might offer you a means of deepening your Christian faith.
Please inform us of your arrival by making contact with a priest or parish secretary. You will find contact details under the section on ‘Parish Team’. Do not hesitate to email the website for help with queries.
I have arrived in the parish from another country, will I fit in?
The Catholic Church is truly universal and is present throughout the world. When you move here from another land we hope you bring your faith with you. We extend a warm welcome to our brothers and sisters in Christ who have joined us from overseas. If you have particular needs or suggestions please make contact with a priest or parish secretary. Alternatively, feel free to email us at the website.
Fr. Donal Bennett, who resides in our parish, has been entrusted by Archbishop Brady with the special responsibility of ministering to people from the Philippines who are living in N. Ireland. Remember that Sunday Mass in the Church of St. Patrick occasionally features the special participation of the local Filipino community. Mass in the Polish language is also celebrated in the Church of St. John the Baptist. Please check the bulletin and website for more information.
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