Sruleen Parish, Clondalkin Co Dublin

St John's Drive, Clondalkin, Dublin 22Pearse MullanMichael Ruddy
Tel: +353 (0)1 4570032

Fr. Pearse Mullen sscc Co-PP 
Fr. Vincent Fallon sscc Co-PP
Fr Michael Ruddy sscc (In residence)


SruleenSruleen is a fast growing area in West Dublin bounded by the original parish of Clondalkin and the outer ring road, the N7 and the river Camac from which the parish gets its name (little stream). Fr. Brenmdan Kieran sscc (RIP) was the first Sacred Hearts priest to serve regularly in the main Clondalkin parish and sowed the seeds for Sruleen to develop as a parish. The land for the parish was purchased as early as 1977 but only formally became a parish of the Dublin Diocese in 1991. The first PP of the parish was Fr Fintan Crotty SSCC.  As with many housing developments Sruleen initially suffered from social challenges and high levels of unemployment. However, the area has matured over the years and today the parish boasts a population of over 2,000 households some of whom are recently arrived immigrants. The parishioners are very active with a parish pastoral council and various ministry groups meeting on a regular basis. The parish is part of the Combined parishes of Clondalkin (Moderator Fr. Damien PP of Clondalkin) while Fr. Pearse and Fr. Vincent serve as Co-PP's. Fr Michael Ruddy sscc is in residence.


scschoolSacred Heart primary school is the local parish school which has over 430 pupils both boys and girls from the area. The school was recently awarded a green flag for its environmental achievements in Sruleen.

Click for Sacred Heart School Website 






masstimesAdoration at Sruleen

A strong emphasis is placed on Eucharistic Adoration and the parish has exposition and Benediction every Saturday after the 10am morning mass until noon.


Mass times:
Weekdays: Mon-Fri - 9.15am Sat - 10 am (Check times for the week after Christmas and Easter)
Sunday 10.30pm & 12 pm noon

Click here for link to 2013 Sruleen Silver Jubilee Pilgrimage to Holy Land