Living the Hope of Easter: Archbishop Dermot Farrell, Pastoral Letter, Easter 2022 

Archbishop's Statement of Mission 

 
 
Prayer for Peace in Ukraine 
Risen Christ, as we remain in silence before you,  
we let this ardent prayer rise up: 
may the firing of weapons in the land of Ukraine cease! 
Welcome into your love those who are dying from violence and war, 
console the families in mourning, support those who have had to take the road of exodus. 
Faced with incomprehensible suffering, we still believe that your words of love and peace will never pass. You gave your life on the cross and you opened a future for us, even beyond death. 
So, we implore you: give us your peace. You are our hope. 
Br. Alois – Taize Dublin 
 
We are delighted that so many parishioners are staying connected to our Parish community by tuning in for Mass via the webcam and the Parish radio. 
 
A number of parishioners have enquired about how donations to the parish can be made during the crisis. We are grateful for these enquiries and we will be glad to receive financial donations. For more information please click on Find Out More 
 
 
Church Of The Holy Child  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Hope is the virtue of a heart that doesn't lock itself into darkness, 
that doesn't dwell on the past, 
does not simply get by in the present,  
but is able to see a tomorrow. 
Hope is the door that opens onto the future." 
 
Pope Francis, April 26th, 2017 
For people of faith, 
Easter is not just some date, 
but the meeting with Jesus that restores our lives and rekindles the hope every person needs. 
 
Archbishop Dermot Farrell 
Chapel of Blessed Margaret Ball 
 
We invite you to be with us as we  
celebrate Holy Week in our Parish. 
 
We hope and pray that this Easter 
will bring renewal in peace 
and joy to all. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 The Church of the Holy Child 

Whitehall 
01 837 5274 
 

 Blessed Margaret Ball 

Santry 
01 862 0792 
 

Welcome  The Parish of Larkhill, Whitehall, Santry is a community of two Church buildings; the Church of the Holy Child & the Chapel of Blessed Margaret Ball each different but both visible expressions of God’s presence among us and our response as God's people in worship and service. 

Mass Times 

MASS TIMES 2022  

Church Of The Holy Child 

Saturday Vigil 7.00p.m. 
Sunday 10.30a.m. 
12.30p.m. 
Monday to Friday 9.15a.m. 

Blessed Margaret Ball 

Sunday 10.00a.m. 
Wednesday 10.00a.m. 

Confessions 

For more information please contact us 

NOTICE: Live Streaming of Church Services 

Streaming from Church of the Holy Child started on Monday, 12th November 2018. This development means that parishioners unable to physically attend services for whatever reason, will be able to do so from their location. It allows those who have moved abroad to keep in touch with their home parish. 
 
Access is via the parish website http://www.whitehall.dublindiocese.ie/ and https://www.churchservices.tv/whitehall. 
 
The camera is focused on the sanctuary area with rows near the top of the church visible. 
Church Of The Holy Child services are streamed live and are available to view online HERE 
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