The Parish of Hannahstown lies to the
west of Belfast in country Antrim
With a parish of around 2,500 scattered
over the area, the church services are
divided between St Joseph’s Church on
Hannahstown Hill and St Peter’s Church,
“The Rock”, near Stoneyford.
There is a large Community Hall at
Hannahstown which provides a great
range of activities and facilities for the
ST JOSEPH’S CHURCH
ST PETER’S CHURCH
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EACH WEEK A PIECE OF POETRY OR SPIRITUAL WRITING FROM CLAIRE MURRAY, A PARISHIONER OF HANNAHSTOWN.
The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday.
In order to accommodate working members of the parish who would like to attend an extra mass during the week as part of their Lenten sacrifice, the Wednesday Mass in Hannahstown will be at 7.30pm following the Stations of the Cross at 7.00pm, beginning Wednesday 12th March.
Last Year, as part of our efforts for the Year of Faith, the two parishes of Hannahstown and St Oliver Plunkett joined together to present the first five (of 10) episodes of the excellent TV series “Catholicism” by Fr Robert Barron. Those who attended were very positive in their feedback about the series and how it helped to deepen their appreciation of the richness and depth of our Catholic Faith. The remaining five episodes of “Catholicism” will be presented on the Mondays of Lent beginning Monday 10th March in St Oliver Plunkett’s Church Hall at 7.00pm. The course will once again be presented by Josephine O’Neill. All are welcome.
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Do you feel we live in a drinks culture? Are you concerned about alcohol abuse?
Are you thinking of giving up alcohol for Lent?
If so, we invite you to take a Temporary Pledge with the
Pioneer Association, say a short prayer daily and offer up
your decision not to take alcohol for the sake of someone
else, perhaps someone who is living with addiction.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Register your pledge with local Pioneers or the Down
and Connor Pioneer office-
Lenten Pledge Prayer
I promise in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and with the
help of the Blessed Virgin Mary to abstain from all alcoholic
drink until the end of Lent.
Thank you for joining us in prayerful sacrifice
for the period of Lent