Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption – Ballyfermot, Dublin 10

In the Care of the Redemptorists

Registered Charity Number 20016166
Revenue Number CHY7424

Welcome to Our Parish Website

“They said to each other, ‘Were not our hearts burning within us while he was talking to us on the road, while he was opening the scriptures to us?” Luke 24:32

Sharing Responsibility on the Journey of Faith

The Parish Pastoral Council aims to promote a parish with Jesus at the centre of its mission; making welcome searchers and believers. We strive to reach out to all in our community, sharing responsibility on the journey of faith.


Our Sunday Masses times are as follows:

Vigil on Saturday at 7pm, and 9.30am & 11.30am on Sunday mornings.

Weekday Masses, Monday to Saturday, are at 10am.

Beginning Ash Wednesday, additional Mass at 7am, Monday to Friday, for the duration of Lent

(Masses on Ash Wednesday at 7am, 10am & 7pm)


Holydays – Vigil Mass for the feast at 7pm on the evening before & 10am on the day itself (However, if the holyday falls on a Monday there will not be a 7pm Vigil Mass on the Sunday evening before but there will be two Masses at 10am & 7pm on the Monday itself).

Funerals in our church are initially arranged via the undertakers, and  will normally be at 11am. However, in the rare event of two funerals needing to be held on one day, the regular 10am Mass may be cancelled, and the funerals could be at 9.30am & 11.30am. Please check beforehand, or ring the parish sacristy to be sure. 

All our Masses can also be viewed live, online, via our webcam at

Webcam Difficulties – If you ever have difficulty accessing our webcam through our parish website, try this link, via the Church Services site, for an alternative way of also accessing our live webcam at Assumption Church.

Baptisms are held on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays, and the 2nd & 4th Sundays, of the month, normally at 1pm or 1.30pm. Please contact the sacristy at least a month in advance to check availability.  Parents, or legal guardians, are the only people who can request and book baptisms. A copy of the civil birth certificate of the child is required when making the booking. People are encouraged to celebrate the baptism of their child in the parish where they presently live. If living outside the parish, a letter of recommendation is usually required from the parish where you live.

Weddings are by arrangement and a minimum of six months notice required. Please make contact with the priest in the parish where you live to begin the preparation process as early as possible. Couples are expected to partake in an ACCORD Pre-marriage Course as part of their preparations

The church is open most days from about 8.30am to 6pm. It closes earlier on Friday afternoon for cleaning.

If people wish to donate towards the maintenance and upkeep of our parish and church, there is a facility to do that via a link on our website.  Just press on the ‘Donate’ button and follow the instructions.  Otherwise, people can post, or drop a donation in via the letterbox, to The Parish House, 197 Kylemore Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin D10 P659.


Notices & News

Referendums on March 8 Statement of Archbishop Farrell

Irish Bishops Statement on March Referendum


Beginning Ash Wednesday at Assumption Church, Ballyfermot, there will be Mass at 7am, Monday to Friday, for the duration of Lent. Just a minute or two of reflective silence after the Gospel replaces the spoken homily, and we guarantee you’ll be out and on your way by 7.20am.  Perhaps something people might like to commit to for Lent this year.


This year the Office of Mission & Ministry is inviting you to use the Just Lent Resource with a strong focus on social justice. This initiative is in conjunction with the emphasis at the moment, in parishes and partnerships of parishes, on the Social Justice quadrant of the Building Hope Framework for Renewal. The Just Lent Resource can be used for individual reflection, as a parish leaflet and for small group reflection.

Each week there is the same prayer and a connection with the Sunday scriptures, with a short reflection. There is also a key quote connecting to the theme. This is followed by questions for reflection following the method of see, discern and act.

The resource also includes a guide page on how to use it.

This resource be found by clicking here


Click here to register your child for First Holy Communion at Assumption Parish 2024

Click here to register your child for Confirmation at Assumption Parish Ballyfermot 2024


Click here for access to Information and Resources for the Universal Synod


1st Dublin Diocese Synod Newsletter including Archbishop Dermot Farrell’s Letter on the Universal Synod

2nd Dublin Diocese Synod Newsletter

3rd Dublin Diocese Synod Newsletter

4th Dublin Diocese Synod Newsletter

5th Dublin Diocese Synod Newsletter

Letter from XVI Universal Synod to the People of God

A Synodal Church In Mission – Synthesis Report in English

A shorter summary of the Synthesis Report


Click here for Vatican News

Click here for Irish Bishops Conference News

Click here for Archdiocese of Dublin News

Click here for Synod News

Click here for Building Hope News



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ACCORD Dublin has launched a new website.  For Sacramental Marriage Preparation Courses or for Marriage and Relationship Counselling please visit

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Parish Contacts

Fr. Adrian Egan, C.Ss.R. (PP);
Tel: 01-6264789

Pariah Secretary:
Mildred Healy;
Tel: 01-6264646 (9am to 1pm, Mon-Fri)

Martina Killeen & Margaret Killeen;
Tel: 01 – 6264691 (8.30am to 12 Noon everyday, & before and after all masses)

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