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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FOR MORE INFO AND A QUOTE CONTACT ANDREW ON
02890 292 140 or
0771 8282 81 6
OR eMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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PARISH OFFICE 02890 614 567
COMMUNITY CENTRE: 02890 309 795
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In order to arrange a Baptism please call at the Parish Office with the child’s long birth certificate. It must be one of the parents who makes the arrangement for the child’s Baptism.
To book a Month’s Mind Mass or an Anniversary Mass
for either St Joseph’s Church or St Peter’s Church,
please contact the Parish Office
on 02890 614567.
The Novena prayers will be prayed at all the Sunday Masses next weekend.
MASS TIMES –
St Joseph’s Church – Monday, Wednesday & Friday @ 9.30am. Vigil Mass Saturday @ 6pm. Sunday @ 11.30am.
St Peter’s Church – Tuesday @ 9.30am. Sunday @ 10am
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES– UPDATESRegistration for all WMOF2018 events is open via www.worldmeeting2018.ie. Individual pilgrims and families can now register for the main three-
ROSARY AT THE MASS ROCKS FOR LIFE AND FAITH– Join us on 18th March at 2.30pm in the grounds of St Peter’s Church, The Rock for the recitation of the Holy Rosary. It is being held between the great saints St Patrick and St Joseph’s feast days. We are living in critical times in our history. “The Rosary is the weapon of our times (St. Pio).”
HANNAHSTOWN HERITAGE AND CULTURAL SOCIETY– On Sunday 18th March an Irish night in Stoneyford at 6.30pm followed by music song and dance and of course Irish Stew. All are very welcome. Reverend John Farr says there is a big ‘Cead Mile Failte’ for everyone.
LENTEN PIONEER PLEDGE– Many people choose to abstain from alcohol during Lent. Why not take this opportunity to perhaps help yourself or someone you know with an alcohol or drug problem by offering your sacrifice for freedom from addiction? Please consider taking the short term Lenten Pledge and make a difference to someone’s life.
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.”