Below are various resources that may enhance your lenten journey

Covid Conversations with Bishop Donal McKeown

6 guests over 6 weeks on the following topics Medical Profession – Homelessness – Young People – Pastoral Ministry  – Music industry  -Poverty.  Starts tuesday 23rd February – streaming from cathedral hall.

The conversations will explore a

different theme each week and guest speakers will discuss some of the important questions we all face in living out our faith. The talks will be streamed at 8:30pm each Thursday during Lent, beginning Thursday, 18th February

Journey through scripture – Where is The Mass in the Bible.

An excellent video based program – 10 part series presented by Scott Hahn and the Saint Paul Centre.

TSS for Lent and Easter 2021 –

Easter: Weaving the Tapestry of Death and New Life

9 pre-recorded lectures; 1 webinar; 1 meditation (€30)

We have provided a variety of resources for prayer and faith projects children can engage in at home, during this period of coronavirus confinement

St Eugene’s Cathedral will be hosting a series of well-being talks via Zoom during Lent. The topics include recognising and strengthening resilience, tips for a better sleep, anxiety, managing setbacks and getting a good night’s sleep. If you are interested in participating in these talks please contact or contact the parish office.

Monday at 8:30 pm – Book Club: Why not join St Eugene’s Cathedral Book Club beginning on Monday, 22nd February as we journey through Austin Ivereigh’s latest book on the writings of Pope Francis: ‘Let us Dream: The Path to a Better Future’