Solemn Novena to St Gerard Majella
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Welcome to the website of the Redemptorists at St Joseph’s, Dundalk

On behalf of the Redemptorists and our co-workers at St Joseph’s, I welcome you to our website. Here we share with you who we are and what we do, our call, our mission and our life.

At the heart of who we are and what we do is Christ the Redeemer, whose love and sacrifice for all people we seek to give witness to. It is our hope that this website will be another means of drawing you closer to the friendship of Christ, to experience the joy of Plentiful Redemption.

Our call to be proclaimers of plentiful redemption finds different expressions. Our church is a centre of welcome and comfort, a place of devotion in particular to our beloved brother St Gerard Majella, as well as Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Special ministries of note include our Parish (since 1976), various aspects of the training (formation) of Redemptorist students, and the availability each day of a Redemptorist for people seeking confession, a blessing, prayers, or a chat. From time to time, Redemptorists and co-workers from the community continue join our national team to preach the Gospel throughout Ireland on parish missions, novenas and retreats.

Through our website, we invite you to explore more fully our life and work. You can send us your prayer requests, light a virtual candle and also support our missionary work. You are warmly welcome!

Fr Michael J Cusack CSsR



Bread4Today Daily Reflection

Daily Reflection

~ 22 October ~

We pray for all those in our world

O God, we pray for all those in our world who are suffering from injustice:

  • For those who are discriminated against because of their race, color or religion;
  • For those imprisoned for working for the relief of oppression;
  • For those who are hounded for speaking the inconvenient truth;
  • For those tempted to violence as a cry against overwhelming hardship;
  • For those deprived of reasonable health and education;
  • For those suffering from hunger and famine;
  • For those too weak to help themselves and who have no one else to help them;
  • For the unemployed who cry out for work but do not find it.

We pray for anyone of our acquantance who is personally affected by injustice.
Forgive us, Lord, if we unwittingly share in the conditions or in a system that perpetuates injustice.

– Saint Teresa of Calcutta