Sacraments and Funerals
Celebrating the sacraments is at the core of our parish life. Our big moments in life are marked in a solemn way from womb to tomb.
Here we provide all the details for the celebration of the sacraments in our parish.
To arrange a funeral ceremony please contact one of the priests. Click here for Priest contact details.
In order to help you plan your funeral liturgy, we have made our updated Parish Funeral Readings and Reflections Booklet available for download. Click here to download a copy.
Naas Parish Church, (Sallins Rd): The 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month at 1pm.
Church of the Irish Martyr’s, Ballycane: Every Saturday at 12.30pm.
St. Peter’s Church Two-Mile-House: The Second Sunday of each month at 11.45am
Our Lady and the Guardian Angels, Sallins: 1st Saturday of each month at 5pm.
Congratulations on your decision to get married. For details on all aspects of your Church marriage arrangements and preparation please click on the link below
Confirmation ceremonies take place from March until May. A programme of preparation takes place throughout the year. For dates and details please click below.
Eucharist and First Communion
First Communion ceremonies take place in the month of May. A programme of preparation takes place throughout the year. For dates and details please click below.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) takes place:
Parish Church,- Sallins Road:- Every Saturday:- after 6.30 pm Mass.
First Friday of the month:- Thursday & Friday 9.30 am – 10 am & after 10 am Mass
Ballycane:- Every Saturday after 11.00 am Mass.
First Friday:- Penitential Service takes place during the 7.30 pm Mass
Sallins and Two-Mile-House:- Confession available upon request.
Housebound and Sacrament of the Sick
Every First Friday of the month, the priests visit the housebound with Holy Communion. If you are unable to attend Mass due to illness or frailty and would like to be visited by a priest on the First Friday, please feel free to contact Mary in the Parish Office, Tel: 045 879 730, to be included on the First Friday visits.
Holy Communion is also brought to the housebound by our team of Extraordinary Ministers, who visit homes immediately after the 9am Mass on Sunday mornings. If you or a family member would like to be added to this visitation rota, please contact Sabrina McCarthy on 0857175536.
Holy Orders – Ministry of the Priest and the Permanent Deacon
The ongoing life of the church depends on vocations to the priesthood and to the permanent diaconate. Our diocese has a director of vocations and we’d be delighted to make an introduction for any interested candidates. Talk to any of the priests to get more information. The Diocesan website may also have useful information about Vocations in our diocese.