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Fr-Tom-Kai-e1394748524996-229x300Welcome to Parish of Christ the King. The parish has two churches Christ the King & Our Lady of Lourdes and St Augustine’s.  The parish history can be found under ‘About’ in the menu at the top of this page. Christ the King church is open everyday from 7am until 8pm. Please try and pop in. This website has information about what goes on in the parish as well as information about our schools.  Also welcome to those joining us over the internet watching our services live at Christ the King and St. Augustine’s. Any comments or feedback please call or email.
Canon Tom Farrell. Parish Priest. 

Parish Prayer

God our Father you call us together to make our Parish a sign of the heavenly kingdom. Help us through this Church and our lives To be a fountain of faith, a beacon of hope And a haven of charity and prayer. We ask these prayers through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

A Course on the Catholic Faith

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2015-2016 Wednesdays 7.00pm—8.00pm

  1. Baptism and Confirmation – 18th November 2015
  2. Eucharist and Penance – 2nd December 2015

 Christmas Break

  1. Marriage and Priesthood – 13rd January 2016
  2. Our Lady and the Saints  – 27th January 2016
  3. Sacrament of the Sick and the Ministry of all Christians – 10th February 2016
  4. The Kingdom and the Call to Justice  – 24th February 2016


  • Reception of New Catholics into Church
  • Easter Vigil Mass on Saturday 26th March 2016

Mass Times


Newsletter 22nd November 15th November.

Parish Summary report for 2014/15

Christ the King Open Weekend 20th-22nd November  Come and See

Finance meeting minutes:24th September, 18th June26th March

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Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary – Ebola Appeal update from Libera

This week we pray for…..

Father Aengus Donlon, Helen Abbey, Christopher Egan, William Masterson and Bridget Regan.  May they rest in peace.

Those preparing for Baptism: Franco Lewie Janew and Charlie James Bayton.

Catholic News


Bread4Today Daily Reflection

Daily Reflection

~ 28 November ~

Seeing and loving in others what you see and love in them

God our Father, the qualities I see lived out so well in some people  are a reflection of your own goodness,  and I know  that I have much to learn from other people  who reflect your image and likeness (Gen 126)  in different ways.

Inspire me to respect others fully as my equals,  seeing and loving in them what you see and love in them.

– De La Salle Brothers in Great Britain

Today is the first day of Advent