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Dominican/St Saviours Triduum Parish Celebrations of Our Lady of Limerick

Dominican/St Saviours Triduum Parish Celebrations of Our Lady of Limerick

The Dominican/St Saviours Triduum will celebrate the parish having the beautiful statue to Our Lady of Limerick in the Church and for the three days of May 25, 26, and 27 hey will be celebrating Our Lady of Limerick by hosting a Dominican/St Saviours Triduum.

 The Dominican/St Saviors Parish have expressed how fortunate and blessed they are to have the four Dominican Sisters here in Limerick who have really helped to revive the St. Saviours Parish. The St. Saviours Parish believe that the Dominican Sisters have no only kept the Church open but have breathed new life into the parish and brought so many people back to their church. Donal Maye spoke about this stating “There have been more Christenings and bookings for weddings in the past 9 months than in the preceding 3 years cumulatively”


The Dominican/St Saviours Triduum celebrations of Our Lady of Limerick will proceed with the following schedule:

Thursday, May 25th & Friday, May 26th

1:00 pm – Mass followed by Devotion with Fr John Harris (OP)

7:00 pm – Reflection and Compline – Reflection, Night Prayer and Procession to Our Lady with the Dominican Sisters

Saturday 27th May

1:00 pm – Closing Mass and Procession with Fr John Harris (OP). 

2:00 pm – FAMILY FESTIVAL – We are having a Party on The Plaza in front of the Church. The surrounding streets will be closed to traffic for safety where we will have lots of activities & games for the young and the young at heart. There will be Food Stalls, Live Music, Face painting, etc (all supervised). Thankfully, the local business community and Gardai have really got behind this event.

If you wish to get involved and help out, please contact the Parish Office on 061 – 311728 

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