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Welcome to the Parish of
Duleek & Bellewstown

The Parish Priest Welcome Message

I would like to extend a warm welcome to you, to the Parish Website of Duleek & Bellewstown. I hope you find it enjoyable and informative.

Should you have any queries about our parish, please do not hesitate to get in contact. Please visit as frequently as possible, so that you can keep up to date with all the activities in our great parish.

In Christ,

Fr. Mark English.


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Special Mass Times

Christmas Mass Times 2021

ST. CIANÁN’S, DULEEK 24th of December – Christmas Eve 5pm – Missa pro populo (Mass for the people) 9pm – Missa pro populo (Mass for

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Memorial Mass

As we commemorate our deceased loved ones in these November days, we celebrate our Memorial Mass for those who died this past year.   Due

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Cushinstown NS


An example of the beautiful harvest displays found in our parish schools. A special thanks to the 6th class of Scoil Naomh Cianain, Cushinstown for

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St. Ildephonsus

St. Ildephonsus Feast date: Jan 23 St. Ildephonsus was the Archbishop of Toledo, and died 23 January, 667. He was born of a distinguished family and

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St. Marianne Cope

St. Marianne Cope Feast date: Jan 23 St. Marianne Cope was born in western Germany in 1838. She entered religious life in Syracuse, N.Y. in

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St. Vincent

St. Vincent Feast date: Jan 22 St. Vincent was Deacon of Saragossa, and a martyr under Diocletian in 304. This most renowned martyr of Spain is

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Quick Info


  • 9.00 Sunday Morning Mass9:00 am - 9:30 amSt. Cianans Church Duleek
  • 10.00 Sunday Morning Mass10:00 am - 10:30 amSt Thérèse Church Bellewstown
  • 12.00 Sunday Noon Mass12:00 pm - 12:30 pmSt. Cianans Church Duleek
  • Duleek Adoration4:00 pm - 6:00 pmSt. Cianans Church Duleek

Mass times are subject to change, check the latest bulletin for more info – Latest Newsletter 

Today's Feast

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Pontiff Tweets

I am following with concern the increase of tensions that threaten to inflict a new blow to peace in Ukraine and call into question the security of the European Continent. Therefore, I propose that next Wednesday, 26 January be a day of prayer for peace.

The Word of God is the beacon that guides the synodal journey that has begun throughout the Church. As we strive to listen to each other, with attention and discernment, let us listen together to the Word of God and the Holy Spirit. #Synod

Current Parish Priest

Fr. Mark English
2021 – Present

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