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We hope that all residents, visitors and especially those new to the catholic parish of St. Cronan's will find something of interest and take a few minutes to explore our site.

We are striving to ensure that the site evolves into a useful and used resource containing information on all aspects of our parish life and community and we welcome your views.  Check out our News & Events page to find out what's happening.

We encourage you to provide your own input and ideas so that we can be certain that we're meeting the needs of our community.

We love to welcome new parishioners into our Church, and hope that you would make yourself known to us if attending Masses at St. Cronan's Church.

Fr. Paul Thornton Adm.

Click on the Diary to view all upcoming dates for St. Cronan's Church and Parish Pastoral Centre events.
Please note the webcam in the Church is only switched on when a Mass/Service is happening in the Church.  This is due to the new Data Protection regulations. 


Refurbishment of the Sanctuary

Over the past few months our Architect Colm Redmond and Gavin Duignan from Irish Contract Seating who will make the furniture, have taken our basic ideas and worked them into something worthy of our Church.

A display of all the elements and prices is at the back of the Church. If you would like to make a donation towards the new furniture envelopes are available. Already the Scripture Group have fundraised the cost of the Ambo. Other pieces of furniture are credence table, offertory table, sanctuary lamp. A cover will be put over the radiator that runs along the wall.




In January 2020, 36 people will  commence our 11 week study of St Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. The Scripture Study group meets from 7.30 to 9pm on Monday nights in St. Cronan’s Pastoral Centre.  New members are always welcome even if it is just to attend for a week or two to see if it might suit you.


St. Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians addresses many of the same topics in the news headlines today: scandals, promiscuity, debates and controversies, and issues related to prosperity versus poverty. Clearly, the struggles faced by the early Christians are in many ways similar to our own.

First Corinthians: The Church and the Christian Community explores the key elements of the gospel message that Paul introduced to a new and growing Church. Presenter Tim Gray examines Paul’s advice for living an authentic Christian life in a pagan culture, as well as his teachings about the nature of grace, the Church as the body of Christ, and the most powerful gift of all—the Eucharist.

The Parkinson's Support Group for the North Dublin area meet on the

First Tuesday of Every Month in

St. Cronan's Pastoral Centre at 11:00am - 1:00pm

to provide information and support to people and their families with Parkinson's

Exercise Class with Sielbleu

Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month from 12 noon - 1pm


Tea & Coffee available from 10:30am


Contact Noel on 01-8405351