Recent Parish Priests

V. Rev. Fergus O’Connor Fr Fergus is a native of Dublin and was appointed parish priest in September 2008, when the Opus Dei Prelature was invited by Archbishop Martin to look after Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish. He is a former Cavalry Officer and retired in 1980 with the rank of Commandant. He has […]


 Finance Committee  Family Offerings  Collections at Sunday and Holyday Masses

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Collections at Sunday and Holyday Masses

The First Collection at Mass: Support of Priests The first collection at Mass supports priests currently serving in the diocese as well as those who are retired or sick. A scheme introduced in July 2010 has standardised the level of remuneration of all priests in the diocese, in accordance with position held and years of […]

Family Offerings

After Car Park rental income, the Family Offering is our most important source of income and we appreciate the generosity of all those who contribute. This money covers the day-to-day running of the church, which includes utility bills, insurance, small repairs and maintenance. While we are pleased to receive contributions in any form, we do […]

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee advises the parish priest in relation to financial matters. It oversees parish finances in order to support liturgical services, community activities and maintain parish property with full transparency and accountability. Members of the Finance Committee President: V. Rev. Fergus O’Connor, PP Chairman: John Halpin Members:

Hospitality Group

After the 10am Mass on Thursdays (Sept-June) a cup of tea and coffee is provided by a group of volunteers from the parish. Apart from parishioners, we are very happy to welcome visitors from other parishes and, as often happens, out-patients and visitors to St Vincent’s Hospital.

Flower Arrangers

A small group of parishioners looks after the flowers in the Church. Special floral arrangements are done for important liturgical occasions such as Christmas and Easter. Flowers add beauty to the church and enhance our celebrations. If you are interested in adding your skills to this group, please let us know in the parish office

Society of St Vincent De Paul

The Society of St Vincent De Paul, or the Vincents as they are commonly called, is a Christian voluntary organisation set up in 1833 for the purpose of helping those in need. Its founder, Frederic Ozanam was inspired by the French saint of the poor after which the society is named. The Society is an […]