CHURCH of ST. CRONAN
NEW CYCLING & WALKING INFRASTRUCTURE ON ST CRONAN’S ROAD
If you have been to the Church lately you may have noticed a new layout on St Cronan’s Road. New cycle lanes and footpaths are being installed by Fingal County Council. When they are complete it will allow children to cycle and walk to school safely as well as improving safety for those coming to and from the Church.
These changes mean there is limited space for parking or stopping on the road. The school is working with Fingal County Council to encourage parents to walk or cycle their children to school and leave the car at home when possible. If you are driving to the Church please be mindful of residents and do not block footpaths or drives. You may need to allow a few extra minutes to get used to the new layout when coming to the Church. The area directly outside should be completed by end of September.
Stay Connected & United in Prayer
We sympathise with and remember in our prayers the families and friends who have recently lost a loved one. Please see below two links to booklets that may be of help to you when organising a loved ones funeral.
Tap to Donate
The Diocese has installed a Tap and Donate machine inside the main door of the Church, This is for the First and Second Collections ONLY. Your donation will be split 60% 1st Collection and 40% Second Collection.
If you use the white envelopes for the Mass collections so that we can record your offering, please continue to do this instead of using the Tap and Donate as this machine cannot record your details.
ALONE is managing a national support line for older people with concerns regarding the Coronavirus and COVID-19. ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary.
The support line is open seven days a week, 8am - 8pm
by calling: 0818 222 024