Ministry at the Capuchin Friary

Raheny Friary has been used for many years as a house of formation and is currently our Provincial Postulancy. The Capuchin friars based there are involved in a variety of ministries, including:

  • Chaplaincy to St. Francis Hospice Raheny and St Francis Hospice Blanchardstown
  • Dublin Port Chaplaincy,
  • Archdiocesan Office for Evangelisation & Ecumenism
  • Blanchardstown Centre Oratory
  • Formation
  • Spiritual Direction

The friary also provides a base for many visiting students who come to pursue studies in Dublin. The Oratory is open each day from 6.30am until 8.50pm with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament all day.

NEW TIMES OF COMMUNITY PRAYER AT THE FRIARY

AT THIS STAGE OF RESTRICTIONS (WEF: May 2021)

 

Mass

ONLY 20 PEOPLE CAN ATTEND MASS BECAUSE OF THE SIZE OF OUR CHAPEL

Monday to Friday        12 noon

Saturday : 12 noon

Sunday: 9.30am

Confession

Monday                         3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm

Tuesday                         3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm;   7 pm  –  8  pm

Wednesday                  3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm

Thursday                       3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm;   7 pm  –  8  pm

Friday                            3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm

Saturday                        10.30 am  –  11.30 am;  3.30 pm  –  4.30 pm;

7 pm  –  8  pm

Morning Prayer

Monday to Saturday   8.30 am

Rosary and Evening Prayer

Monday to Saturday   5.30 pm

Rosary and Benediction

Sunday                          5.30 pm

New Office Opening Hours

(These times may be affected by COVID restrictions – please contact the Friary before travelling to the office. The phone number is 01 831 3886). 

  • Monday to Friday : 9.30am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm to 5.00pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 12.00pm & 12.45pm to 1.00pm
  • Sunday and Bank Holidays:  The Office is Closed

Lectio Divina Group: Tuesday at 11am and Wednesday at 3.30pm

Christian Meditation Group: Monday at 8pm

Padre Pio Prayer Group: Every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 8pm.

Capuchin Friary, Raheny Road, Raheny, Dublin 5.

Telephone: 01 8313886 e-mail: ofmcapraheny@gmail.com

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