Those intending to get married (over 18) must give a minimum of three months notice to their respective parishes and present to the register of marriages.

Pre Marriage Courses
Contact accord-exchange hall Belgard Square North, beside entrance to Tallaght hospital Tel: 459 0337



"For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother 
and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh,
So then, they are no longer two but one flesh.
Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate."
(Matt 19: 5,6)



 

Matrimony is a holy sacrament, officiated by a priest, of uniting a man to a woman.  Through this holy sacrament, the man and woman become one, for as the Lord Jesus said.
The union of a man and a woman is natural. The natural language of the human body is such that the man gives to the woman and the woman receives the man. The love and friendship between a man and a woman grow into a desire for marriage. The sacrament of marriage gives the couple the grace to grow into a union of heart and soul, to continue life, and to provide stability for themselves and their children. Children are the fruit and bond of a marriage. 
The bond of marriage between a man and a woman lasts all the days of their lives, and the form of the rite consists of the mutual exchange of vows by a couple, both of whom have been baptized. 
Sacred Scripture begins with the creation of man and woman in the image and likeness of God, and concludes with a vision of the "wedding-feast of the Lamb" (Revelation 19:7, 9). The bond of marriage is compared to God's undying love for Israel in the Old Testament, and Christ's love for his Church in the New Testament of the Bible.