Paschal Triduum at St Saviour’s, Dublin

The Holy Week ceremonies express the core of the Christian faith, and the whole drama of the Christian life is contained in the drama of Holy Week. Join the Dominican friars of St Saviour’s Priory for our celebration of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our ceremonies are much like those at any other Catholic Church, but they are enriched by the participation of our Polish, Slovak and South American communities, and also by the inclusion of specifically Dominican elements, like the very moving ceremony of Tenebrae where the ancient Lamentations of Jeremiah are sung. All are welcome.

Holy Thursday

9am – Tenebrae

7pm – Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper

(8.30pm – Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper [Polish])


Good Friday

9am – Tenebrae

11am – Stations of the Cross

3pm – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

4pm – 5pm Confessions [English]

(7.00pm – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion [Polish])


Holy Saturday

9am – Tenebrae

11am – 6pm Confessions [English]

9pm – Easter Vigil


Easter Sunday

Masses: 7am (Polish), 9.30am, 10.30am (in St Catherine’s Chapel), 10.30am (Polish), 11.30am, 1pm (Polish), 5pm (Slovakian), 7pm (Polish), 8.30pm (English)


Easter Monday

11am (Mass in English)

12noon (Mass in Polish)

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