United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

Covid-19
Online Worship Opportunities in Dublin & Glendalough.

Events

15th March

Resources for Sunday 15 March

The Third Sunday in Lent. For those unable to attend church.
Resources for Sunday 15 March - The Third Sunday in Lent. 
For those unable to attend church.

Welcome to the first week of Sunday Resources which have been prepared to cater for those who feel unable to attend services at this time of Coronavirus concerns or whose regular service has had to be cancelled.

Morning Prayer

You may choose from one of the following services which are available in both rtf and pdf formats.  Each service includes the lectionary readings, hymns and prayers. Links to online readings and hymns are provided. You may need to skip ads which come up on YouTube.

 

Morning Prayer 1

 

 

English in rtf format

English in pdf format

 

Morning Prayer 2

 

English in rtf format

English in pdf format

 

Sunday Morning Prayer

 

English in rtf format

English in pdf format

 

Urnaí na Maidine 2

 

Gaeilge i bhformáid rtf

Gaeilge I bhformáid pdf

 

Commentary on the Readings

Canon Patrick Comerford produces a weekly blog commenting on the Sunday readings. The current week’s commentary may be found at: https://cmelimerick.blogspot.com/2020/03/readings-hymns-and-sermon-ideas-for_9.html

Fr Kieran O’Mahony, a former ecumenical Canon of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin also produces a weekly written commentary and a related podcast. These may be found at: https://www.tarsus.ie/resources/PDF-2020/A20-Lent-3.pdf  and https://soundcloud.com/user-679942596/len3a20

Livestreaming Services

The Dublin cathedrals each provide live web streams of services. These may be found at:

https://christchurchcathedral.ie/worship/video-stream-1/ 

https://www.stpatrickscathedral.ie/worship/video-stream/

This Sunday Christ Church Cathedral has a service at 11.00am and St Patrick’s Cathedral has services at 9.15am, 11.15am and 3.15pm.

[From Monday to Friday, while Christ Church Cathedral is closed to regular operations, Morning Prayer (at 10 am) and Evening Prayer (at 5 pm) will be said each day (with the exception of the St Patrick’s Day bank holiday) and may be viewed on their webcam.]

RTE Sunday Service

This Sunday’s RTE Service on RTE One television is at 11.10am.

It is a bilingual service with Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise Rev Tony Murphy, Celebrant; Canon Gary Hastings, Preacher; Choir from Ashton School, under the Musical Director, Mary G O Brien and Antoinette Baker, Accompanist.

RTÉ Seirbhís an Domhnaigh an 15 Márta 2020 ag 11.10am

Seirbhís dhátheangach le Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise An tOirmh Tony Murphy, Ceiliúraí  An Canónach Gary Hastings, Seanmóirí Cór ó Scoil Ashton, Corcaigh, faoi stiúir Mary G O Brien agus Antoinette Baker,  Tionlacaí.