Parish & Community Life


The group was set up at the end of 2015 with the aim of:
Providing activities to involve members of both parishes

    • Providing social events to offer the opportunities for meeting new people
    • Offering ‘safe’ events for women who would not usually be able or feel safe doing the same things on their own
    • Offering members the opportunity to suggest activities they would like to take part in
    • Offering afternoon sessions for just sitting and chatting

Events will be advertised in BE Alive or the weekly bulletin. The Women's Group produces a regular newsletter. If you want to know more contact 


RedsLayAssociatesThere is currently a group in the parish on a journey to discern if they should be Lay Associates of the Redemptorists

Redemptorist Lay Associates are those who:

  • Live the values of the Gospel
  • Share in Redemptorist spirituality
  • may be involved in work within the mission of the Redemptorists
  • are attracted by the Redemptorist charism
  • Have a special concern for the abandoned, the poor, those in the periphery, the wounded in our world
  • Offer themselves and are welcomed by the Redemptorist community to a group.
  • Are linked to a local Redemptorist community or other Redemptorist organisation
  • Are accompanied by a Redemptorist religious or duly prepared layperson
  • Have followed a process of formation in the Redemptorist Charism

Being a Lay Associate is not about doing more but rather doing those things in a way consistent with the Redemptorist charism.

If you think you may be called to be a Lay Associate contact Fr Maurice O'Mahony CSs.R by email on