serving the parish community of Navan

Welcome to Navan Parish!

We hope that you will accept this online invitation join with the parish community of Navan in the heart of the Boyne Valley.

While we are glad that you have joined us online, we would love to hear from you if you are able to help us in building up the parish community. We hope that you can explore and join in aspects of the life of Navan parish not just by following us online but by accepting our invitation to join us to celebrate “The Lord’s Day” every week!

We are providing you with times for Mass and confessions in St Mary’s Church and in St Oliver’s Church.

Every generation brings a different medium for Christian communities to express their faith. The joy of the Gospel has been shared since Pentecost through words, actions, music, art, architecture, pilgrimage, stained-glass, metal-work and silent meditation. Some of these treasures are admired by tourists, scholars and visitors to the monastic sites, the libraries and museums of Ireland.

A modern way of connecting with the expression of faith has become apparent through our online broadcast of daily Mass and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Every day the residents in the Nursing Homes of the parish join us for the Mass which is broadcast from St Mary’s at 10:00am while we are often contacted by people in other countries asking us to reset the webcam so that they can join in prayer across different time zones!

The priest on duty celebrates the weekday Mass in St Oliver’s church. He is also available for parishioners and for also for patients and staff who appreciate some sacramental strength or pastoral support in Our Lady’s Hospital.

Beannachtaí oraibh uile!

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An early start for World Youth Day pilgrims. Safe travels from #Navan to Niamh, Jessica, Megan, Eoin & Tony; Fr Kevin, Ciarán, Barry & Conal! Go n-eirí an bóthar libh! ... See MoreSee Less

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Out and Devout!! The wonderfully talented Hoey Family visiting St Mary's Church. Bryan (R) sang in our church and musical society many times and Mary(L), whom many people remember representing Ireland at the Eurovision in Madrid in 1969, and their beautiful daughter Barbara who brought them down to Navan today ... See MoreSee Less

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Safe travels to all our World Youth Day pilgrims! ... See MoreSee Less

Our World Youth Day pilgrims are pictured this morning in Dublin Port with our two bus drivers from JJ Kavanagh & Sons. John drove us to WYD 2000 in Rome & Robert is delighted to be driving us through...

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