Sunday, 25 February, 2018  
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Welcome from Fr Brian Daly





The parish has installed a webcam in the church to broadcast Mass over the internet. This service will be beneficial for the parishioners abroad and for the sick and elderly at home. The service can be accessed on and NOW can be accessed through the parish website on CLICKING THE HYPERLINK ABOVE. Please also note a set top box is needed for those parishioners who wish to view the services on their televisions; however internet is still required. The webcam can be viewed on laptop, PC, smart phone, kindle etc. For further information on the above please contact Seamus McNichol, MCN Media on 07732329066.



LENT 2018

Each Mon. Tues. Wed. + Thurs. of Lent there will be

an extra Mass in Ballycastle @ 7am


Trocaire Boxes are available in church porches - please take one.



Lenten Parish Course - A Biblical Walk Through the Mass

As Catholics, the Mass is the centre of our Faith. We celebrate it every Sunday, and indeed many of us do so daily. We are familiar with all the responses and gestures. But do we know what it all means?

In A Biblical Walk Through the Mass, Dr. Edward Sri takes us on a unique tour of the liturgy of the Mass, exploring the biblical roots of the words and gestures we experience in the liturgy and explaining their profound significance. This intriguing look at the Mass is sure to renew your faith and deepen your devotion to the Eucharist.

Join us again for A Biblical Walk Through the Mass in the crypt of

St. Patrick’s and St. Brigid’s Church on Thursday 1st March at 7.30pm

and the next three Thursday evenings. All welcome, even if you missed the first night.



Ballycastle Church Action

in association with Cross & Passion College and Ballycastle High School

are delighted to welcome RISE Theatre, a professional faith-based theatre company,

who will be performing their original play

‘Romero – Heartbeat of El Salvador’

at Cross & Passion College, Moyle Road, on Wednesday 28th February at 7.30pm

The production tells the true story of Archbishop Oscar Romero, his struggle to live faithfully in the midst of harsh social conflict and his heart for the oppressed people of El Salvador. Romero chose to challenge those in power and stand up for social justice. He demanded respect for human rights. Assassinated in 1980 while saying Mass in the Cancer Hospice where he chose to live, he has been honoured across the world. Romero is one of the 20th Century martyrs whose statues stand above the main doors of Westminster Abbey. The Catholic Church has named him Blessed Oscar Romero and he is expected to be canonised as Saint Romero this year. Many continue to draw inspiration from his life, particularly when considering and responding to injustice and oppression taking place in our world today. For tickets (£10 or £5 concessions) contact Cross and Passion College, or phone Rachel Quinney Mee on 07849250183. Tickets also available online at

The performance is suitable for adults and children 11+ and lasts approximately 75 minutes.




 Dates for your Diary

Confirmation, Monday, 21st May @ 4pm

First Holy Communion, Saturday 2nd June @ 10.30am




Recently Deceased

Denis McIntyre (Loughguile),

Daniel Woods (Drumsurn)




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