Parish Mission Statement
St. Columba’s parish is a vibrant and welcoming community of faith, continuing to give practical witness to the Good News of Christ, through worship and reflection, and through Christian service to the community.
Welcome to the website of the parish of St Columba, Iona Road, Dublin in the Glasnevin grouping with the parishes of :
Our Lady of Dolours, Glasnevin, Corpus Christi, Drumcondra,
Our Mother of Divine Grace, Ballygall Road East,
Our Lady of Victories, Ballymun Road, in the Archdiocese of Dublin.
This website provides information of the Mass times and on parish activities. It tells of the history of the parish since it was constituted in 1902 from Berkeley Road parish and of its parish church, St Columba’s, opened on 15 October 1905.
Glasnevin Cemetery chapel serves as a chapel of ease for Sunday Mass.
Fr. Patrick Jones
or contact the
Parish Office at (01) 830 8257 /
(The Office opening hours are: Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm)
To download the PDF of the latest newsletter click here
Lenten talks by Kieran O'Mahony
The MARGARET AYLWARD CENTRE
Mondays @ 7.30 PM
Jeremiah: the great spiritual master (March 27)
Isaiah: the Suffering Servant Songs (April 3)
Kieran J. O’Mahony, OSA
THE LEGION OF MARY
The Legion of Mary, is an organisation for lay people which was started by Frank Duff in 1921. It has both active and praying members, covering 10 million people in over 170 countries. The active members meet once a week and undertake a variety of parish works including the visitation of homes, the sick and the elderly, and discussion groups for young adults.
The first meeting of the Legion of Mary, met in St Columba’s Parish on
Thursday 11 February 2016 and named the new praesidium
“Our Lady of Lourdes”.
The weekly meetings of this group now take place after the 9.30 am Mass every
Monday morning at 10.15 am in the Parish Annex, behind 87 Iona Rd.
If you are interested in learning more please come along.
Contact Mary at 086 2640168 or Parish Office at 01 8308257