serving Catholic families and the community of Navan

Welcome to Navan Parish!

church_and_house_oct_2015Welcome to our parish webpages. 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. Our parish Facebook page might also be of help to you in discovering various items of news through the week. You might also like to follow us on Twitter.

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.

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.

The priest on duty celebrates the weekday Mass in St Oliver’s church and provides pastoral care to patients and staff in Our Lady’s Hospital.

Please contact us by phone or by email if we can be of any help to you.

Beannachtaí oraibh uile!

Facebook Updates

Happy St Joseph's Day to all Josephs, Joes, Josephine's and Joeys in our parish! Tag a Joe to remind them they have a day off Lent today! Say a pray to St Joseph for Husbands, Fathers, Men, Carpenters, Immigrants, Workers, Those close to Death, Our parish Primary and Secondary School dedicated to St Joseph, the sisters in St Joseph's Convent, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean Catholics! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Feastday to every Joseph, Josephine, Seosamh, Joe, Josie, Joey in our parish and beyond! Good wishes also to all foster-fathers!
We will light a candle tomorrow* for you all before his statue and remember you in prayer. The feast of St Joseph (like that of St Patrick) is another opportunity for us to take a joyful "pause" from the discipline of Lent.
*This year the Solemnity of St Joseph has been transferred from 19 March (due to Sunday taking precedence) to Monday 20 March.
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A quiet gathering of joy, faith and prayer last night in honour of the life of our National Patron.
Thanks to the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal for their preparation, to Bishop Michael for his homily and to Fr Joe Deegan for his welcome in St Patrick's Church, Slane.
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Light the Fire 2017 Eucharistic Adoration in St Patrick's Church, Slane.

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This evening's gathering in Slane has moved from the Hill to St Patrick's Church.
All welcome. Críost linn!
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Pilgrims are advised that this evening's Mass will be celebrated (due to the inclement weather) in St Patrick's Church at 5:30.
Please join the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal and Bishop Michael fr...

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